well, the roads, at least...in april it is only open for non-motorized traffic. With such a huge year we have had, they managed to open the roads early for bikes. COOL.
Subject: Teton Park Road Opens for Annual Spring Activities
According to a press release from Grand Teton National Park, the Teton
Park Road in Grand Teton National Park has been plowed and is now open
to non-motorized activities such as hiking, biking, and inline skating
from Taggart Lake parking area to Signal Mountain. Rotary plows are
still working on the Jenny Lake scenic loop portion of the inner park
road. For safety reasons, visitors are cautioned not to approach any
snow plows that may be working on the scenic loop roadway. Visitors are
also reminded to be alert for park administrative vehicles that may
occasionally travel the Teton Park Road. The Moose-Wilson Road has also
been plowed and opened for non-motorized use.
The annual springtime opening of the Teton Park Road is a much
anticipated event because it provides a unique and excellent
opportunity to access the roadway before vehicle traffic begins for the
summer. Both the Teton Park and Moose-Wilson roads will open to vehicle
traffic on May 1.
Leashed dogs are permitted on the Teton Park, Antelope Flats, and
Moose-Wilson roads, as well as other park byways. Dogs are restricted
to roadways and turnouts - they are not permitted to travel beyond
fifty feet from roadbeds or into the park's backcountry. Owners failing
to keep pets on a leash (six foot maximum length) may force the
prohibition of dogs on park roads during this popular time. Mutt Mitt
stations are in place at the Taggart Lake parking area; pet owners are
reminded to use waste disposal bags to pick up after their dogs.
Reports have been circulating that the crust is up! Don't miss the
opportunity to skate-ski valley wide this spring!
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