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Grand Teton National Park

Wildlife-Human Intersection On The Moose-Wilson Road In Grand Teton National Park

Why is Grand Teton National Park staff investing so much time, energy, and money on a management plan for the Moose-Wilson Road corridor? In large part because the road is a wildlife-human intersection, one that presents a management dilemma as park staff try to protect both wildlife and humans.
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Avalanche Kills Backcountry Skier At Grand Teton National Park

Spring skiing in the Rockies can be sublime, with warm daytime temperatures and "corn" snow conditions, all set against incredible scenery. But it also can be risky, as melting snow can be prone to avalanches, and squalls can make conditions dicey. Such was in the case in the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park this past weekend, as a slide killed one skier and seriously injured another. A third skier sustained minor injuries while a fourth was uninjured.
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Temporary Route Detour For Hikers Heading To Inspiration Point At Grand Teton National Park

A little detour will be required this summer for Grand Teton National Park hikers heading to Inspiration Point. Trail work in the area above Jenny Lake requires the detour so crews can replace bridges and work on the steep and rocky ledge trail section that leads to Inspiration Point.
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Summer: A Great Season To Find Yourself In A National Park

National Parks. They are places of wonderment. They spark our curiosity, help us relax, and can keep us in shape. They offer thousands of miles of hiking trails, majestic vistas, deep woods, rushing streams, and quite literally an open-air zoo of wildlife that relies on these landscapes to thrive and, in some cases, merely survive.
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