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Closing Dates for Visitor Services in Grand Teton NP

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Date: September 6, 2011
Contact: Jackie Skaggs, 307.739.3393

September 6, 2011


Visitor services at Grand Teton National Park will make the annual transition from fall to winter season during the next few weeks. The following list reflects the closing dates that will occur during September and October.

September Closures

Lizard Creek: September 5 Closed
Flagg Ranch: September 18 (Noon)
Colter Bay: September 25 (11 am)

Ranger Stations & Visitor Centers
Flagg Ranch Information Station: September 18 (Noon)
Jenny Lake Ranger Station: September 18 (5 pm)
Jenny Lake Visitor Center: September 25 (5 pm)
Laurance Rockefeller Preserve Center: September 25 (5 pm)

October Closures

Jenny Lake: October 2 (11 am)
Gros Ventre: October 9 (11 am)
Signal Mountain: October 16 (11 am)

Ranger Stations & Visitor Centers
Colter Bay Visitor Center: October 10 (5 pm)

Entrance Stations
Granite Canyon: October 31 (5 pm)
Moose: October 31 (5 pm)
Moran: October 31 (5 pm)

Road Closures
Moose-Wilson Road: October 31 (evening)
Teton Park Road: October 31 (evening)

Concessioner Lodging Closures
Flagg Ranch: September 18 (11 am)
Colter Bay Village: September 25 (11 am)
Jackson Lake Lodge: October 9 (11 am)
Jenny Lake Lodge: October 9 (Noon)
Signal Mountain Lodge: October 16 (11 am)
Triangle X Ranch: Mid October

For detailed information on facility closures, please phone 307.739.3300, or consult the park's newspaper, the Grand Teton Guide, online at www.nps.gov/grte. The winter operation schedule will be announced in December.

Did You Know?

Banded gneiss

Did you know that the granite and gneiss composing the core of the Teton Range are some of the oldest rocks in North America, but the mountains are among the youngest in the world?