A climber from Utah had to be rescued by helicopter after falling while climbing the Grand Teton Sunday. Grand Teton National Park Rangers said the 39-year-old Tomasz Misiewicz fell on the Lower Exum Ridge and suffered a leg injury. His climbing partner was able to lower him to a ledge and call 911. High winds slowed the rescue but rangers were able to get him off the mountain and he was flown to St. John’s Medical Center in Jackson. Rangers say climbers should expect winter conditions in the Teton highcountry this time of the year. In addition, all seasonal climbing rangers are now off duty for the season and Teton Interagency helicopters will no longer available after Oct. 21 making any mountain rescue more lengthy and challenging. Climbers are urged to use an abundance of caution.