Caribou-Targhee National Forest, west of Teton Pass, is the latest to announce the sale of Christmas Tree tags for those who wish to cut trees for the season. Those tags are on sale at a variety of vendor locations, and like the permits on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, these cost $10.00 for trees up to 12 feet tall, and $15 for trees up to 20 feet tall. Maps indicating areas where tree cutting is permitted are available online at the forest service site. Permits are available from the Gras River Ranger District in Afton, Bananas in Alpine, Teton Basin Ranger District or Peaked Sports in Driggs or Victor Emporium in Victor to name just a few. The Forest Service suggests Christmas Tree cutters should harvest their trees as soon as possible due to the weather conditions in the forecast.