Snowshoe Walk, Grand Teton National Park

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Snowshoe Walk

Are you curious as to what the park looks like in the winter? Want to know more about the science of snow? Then join a park naturalist for a Ranger Led Snowshoe walk down Antelope Flats Road, Colter Bay, Taggart Lake and Flagg Ranch.

  • Free with a donation for snowshoe rental
  • Starts at the Craig Thomas Visitor Center in Moose
  • Enjoy the park covered in snow

Overview:  Take advantage of winter int he park and join a ranger naturalist for a guided snowshoe walk through the park. Learn about wildlife winter habits, and winter ecology. the best way to enjoy the park in the wintertime. The roads of Grand Teton National Park stay groomed most of mid December to late March.

When: The walks take place during the winter season in GTNP. As snow and conditions permit. Late December to mid March.

Where: Starting at the Craig Thomas Visitor Center in Moose and may include Antelope Flats Road, Colter Bay, Taggart Lake and Flagg Ranch.

Fees: The walk is free. But a $5 per adult and $2 per child donation is suggested for use of snowshoes.

Details: All tours begin at the Moose visitor center and can range from an easy to moderate walk. Weather permitting, some walks may be canceled due to visibility. Bring sunscreen, cold weather clothes, water and your sense of adventure! You can borrow snowshoes from the rangers for a donation price or feel free to bring your own. They can be rented nearby in the town of Jackson at several locations.

Call the Craig Thomas visitor Center for information and reservations. 307-739-3399.

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