Grand Teton Climbers Ranch

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Climbers' Ranch

The Climbers' Ranch in Grand Teton National Park provides visiting climbers and mountaineers basic hostel-style accommodations at the base of the Teton Range, with easy access to trails and climbing routes. Book Online.

With dormitory style accommodations, the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch is similar to a hostel, with quaint log cabins providing lodging for four to eight people. There is a nearby cook shelter, as well as showers and washrooms, a library and a lounge. You must provide your own bedding, cookware and towels, etc. No pets are allowed.

Where is the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch located?

The Teton Climbers' Ranch is located along the inner park road, just 4 miles from the park visitor center in Moose and 3 miles south of Jenny Lake. GPS: 43.70944861808096, -110.72952210903168

How can I make a reservation?

Reservations are necessary. Book a room online or call 307-733-7271.

The Climbers' Ranch offers free accommodations to volunteers during their spring Work Week. For more information, give them a call.

Tell me more about the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch.

  • Season: Early June to Mid September
  • Rates (per person): Approximately $16 for AAC members and $25 for non-members (call ahead to confirm)
  • Amenities: 
    Dorm-style lodging in small log cabins (bring your own sleeping bag and pad)
    Cook Shelter (bring your own food and stove)
    Communal Toilets
    Hot Showers (bring a towel)
    Library and Loung
    Great views of the Teton Range
  • Historic Facts: The Climbers' Ranch sits on the site of an old dude ranch (Double Diamond Ranch) that was in operation from 1924 through the late 1960's. The American Alpine Club opened the Climbers' Ranch in 1970.

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