Fire History Audio Tour

A park ranger talks to three visitors about a fire visible on distant peaks.
A ranger talks with park visitors about the Waterfalls Canyon Fire (1974), which is visible on the mountains in the distance.

Courtesy of the National Park Service, Grand Teton National Park archives (GRTE-00552)

This audio tour, "Fifty Years of Fire History," discusses the rich fire history of northern Grand Teton National Park. Interviews with park fire staff illustrate past fire events, as well as how management goals and values have changed over the years.

Listen in the park app as you travel north from Colter Bay toward Yellowstone, or explore on the website and follow along on the map below. Each stop is roughly five minutes.

Last updated: October 23, 2019

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