Seasonal road closures in effect
Seasonal road closures are in effect for motorized vehicles. The Teton Park Road is closed from the Taggart Lake Trailhead to the Signal Mountain Lodge. The Moose-Wilson Road is closed from the Granite Canyon Trailhead to the Death Canyon Road. More »
Avalanche hazards exist in the park
Avalanche hazards exist in the park, especially in mountain canyons and on exposed slopes. A daily avalanche forecast can be found at www:jhavalanche.org or by calling (307) 733-2664. More »
Grand Teton National Park is located in northwestern Wyoming; north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming and south of Yellowstone National Park.
From Salt Lake City, Utah
1) I-15 to Idaho Falls. 2) US 26 to Swan Valley. 3) ID 31 over Pine Creek Pass to Victor. 4) ID 33 to WY 22 over Teton Pass, through Wilson to Jackson. You will see a sign in Swan Valley directing you to Jackson via US26 to Alpine Junction, ignore the sign and follow the signs to Victor/Driggs, Idaho.
If you would like to avoid the 10% grade of Teton Pass: 1) US 26 from Idaho Falls to Swan Valley. 2) Continue on US 26 to Alpine Junction. 3) US 26/89 to Hoback Junction. US 26/89/191 to Jackson.
1) I-80 to Evanston. 2) WY 89/UT 16 to Woodruff, Randolph, and Sage Creek Junction. 3) US 30/WY 89 to Cokeville and then Border. 4) Continue on WY 89 to Afton, and then to Alpine Junction. 5) US 26/89 to Hoback Junction. 6) US 26/89/191 to Jackson.
From Denver, Colorado
1) I-25N to Cheyenne. 2) I-80W through Laramie to Rock Springs. 3) US 191 North through Pinedale. 4) US 191 to Hoback Junction. 5) US 189/191 to Jackson.
1) I-25N to Fort Collins. 2) US 287 North to Laramie. 3) I-80W to Rawlins. 4) US 287 to Muddy Gap Junction. 5) Continue on US 287 to Jeffrey City, Lander, Fort Washakie, Crowheart, and Dubois. 6) US 26/287 over Togwotee Pass to Moran. 7) US 26/89/191 to Jackson.
Shuttle services to and from Jackson are available from Salt Lake City, Utah; Pocatello, Idaho; and Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Did You Know?
Did you know that Grand Teton National Park was established in both 1929 and 1950? The original 1929 park protected the mountain peaks and the lakes near the base. The boundaries were later expanded in 1950 to include much of the adjacent valley floor.