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Teton Pass Parking At A Premium

January 15, 2013 Jackson Hole, Teton County No Comments
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As skiing moves into its peak, parking at the summit of Teton Pass continue to become more of a challenge.  Pass Ambassador Jay Pistono says consequently, skiers need to maximize what space is there and show thoughtfulness for their surroundings and their fellow skiers. Pistono says when the entire skiing community commits to parking well; it makes a huge difference in the number of people able to access the pass. On a particularly bad parking day, only 42 cars fill the lot where as many as 63 cars can fit.  Additionally he says cars should be parked within the boundaries, perpendicular to the road. Pass skiers may also consider carpooling to the summit to conserve the available space.

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