A Teton Interagency fire effects crew is finishing the major part of its fuels reduction project Wednesday on Signal Mountain Summit Road in Grand Teton National Park. The park road is reopening for the public Wednesday afternoon and staying open seven days a week. The fire effects crew will still be working close to the road so visitors should be alert for fire trucks and crew members in the area
Nine disabled veterans are hiking the Grand Teton Wednesday after practicing on the lower levels yesterday, today and tomorrow. A Jackson based company Exum Mountain Guides is taking the crew up 13,700 feet. Local News 8 says the adventure was organized by a Colorado nonprofit seeking to involve people with disabilities in outdoor activities.
All 27 passengers riding in a commercial tour bus are recovering after wecking in Grand Teton National Park. Park Spokeswoman Jackie Skaggs says the bus’s front tire drove off the road and the driver overcorrected causing the bus to flip onto its side on North Highway 89 close to Colter Bay. Local News 8 says eight of the 27 passengers are still in local hospitals
A bus crashed on Highway 89 between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park Thursday injuring 26 people. Two of the victims were airlifted to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, 24 were taken to a hospital in Jackson. The highway was closed for several hours. The cause of the crash is under investigation
Grand Teton National Park firefighters are watching, but not interfering with a wildfire on the west side of Jackson Lake. Jackson Hole Daily says the fire will be allowed to burn and take its natural course as long as it doesn’t threaten people or property. Park spokeswoman Jackie Skaggs says the Eagles Rest Fire is about a quarter-acre wide and is burning slowly
A fire is burning in Grand Teton National Park and rangers are letting the blaze take its natural course. Teton Interagency firefighters boated across Jackson Lake and hiked up to Eagles Rest to control a quarter acre fire caused by lightning. Grand Teton National Park’s Fire Management Plan says naturally caused fires can be good for the ecosystem and are allowed to take their natural place
Two children made history last week after climbing to the top of Wyoming’s second tallest peak. 6-year-old Beo Charett and his 9-year-old sister Georgie were some of the youngest people to ever ski the Grand Teton. Jackson Hole Daily says the siblings trained for the more than 13,000 foot ascent by climbing Mount Glory, City of Rocks, Sinks Canyon and Blacktail Butte
Grand Teton National Park rangers rescued a weary hiker and fallen climber recently. 39-year-old Spanish man Xabier Aguirregoicoa (good luck with that one) was examined and released after the Teton Interagency helicopter found him in Granite Canyon. Jackson Hole Daily says 27-year-old Jackson woman Angela Lazarte was taken to St. John’s Medical Center with serious injuries after a fall in the Lake Ledges area
Grand Teton National Park rangers have been busy saving lives in the parks recently. Park officials say they rescued a 39-year-old Spanish man who hiked into Granite Canyon but didn’t have the energy to get out, a 27-year-old Jackson woman who fell while climbing Disappointment Peak and a 64-year-old man who fell off a horse in the Colter Bay area. Local News 8 says as tourist season peaks so does the amount of people who need to be saved by rangers
A lightning bolt ignited a blaze in Grand Teton National Park after striking a Douglas-fir tree in Stewart’s Draw north of Death Canyon. The fire is currently a quarter of an acre in size and is burning inside the Fire Use Zone in the park’s Fire Management Plan. Residents and visitors should report fire or smoke by calling 911 or Teton Interagency Dispatch at 307-739-3630
Improving Weather Expected For Friday & Weekend - September 12, 2014 We will see improving weather conditions today and this weekend as our latest cold front moves out of the area and higher pressure builds overhead. However, there could be a few more additional light snow showers in far southeastern parts of the state this morning and visibility could also be reduced at times along I-25 […]
Let’s go … skishing? - September 12, 2014 Many of us in Wyoming have braved the frigid waters of our state in a float tube in order to get into a better position to catch a big fish. But would you consider just jumping all the way in and swimming out to the deep water? Some crazy guy out in New York is […]
Colder Temperatures With Rain And Snow Expected - September 11, 2014 A strong Canadian cold front will continue to push south today, which brings significantly colder and well below average temperatures. Daytime highs in northern Wyoming will stay in the 30′s, 40′s in central and southeastern Wyoming, and lower 50′s in southwest parts of the state. Temperatures today will be around 30 to 40 degrees below […]
Use a decoy to get your goat - September 11, 2014 I don’t think I’d try it during the rifle season, but if your antelope area’s still open to archery only, a decoy might be just the trick you need. After the pronghorns have broken into their harem groups, the bucks get extremely territorial. Just sit back and watch them sometime. If another buck gets anywhere […]
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