Last Friday marked the end of Winter Grooming in Teton County. Some highlights of this year’s grooming program, run by Teton County Parks and Rec, were the addition of a new half mile track at May Park and 15 miles groomed on Teton Park Road in Grand Teton National Park.
Grand Teton Park Foundation found that there are enough funds to extend the grooming in the park by one more week. Friday, March 21 will be the final day for grooming on Teton Park Road.
Teton Park Road will be open for recreation until March 24th when the GTNP staff will begin snow removal. When the plowing is complete (in mid-April) the road will be open for pedestrians and cyclists only. The road will reopen to vehicles on May 1. Full Press Release
Friends of Pathways thanks the JH Nordic Alliance, Teton County Parks and Recreation, Grand Teton National Park, and Grand Teton National Park Foundation for their role in funding and implementing a weekly grooming program from Bradley Taggart Parking to Signal Mountain Lodge.