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Climbers Ranch Up for Bid

February 9, 2012 Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Teton County No Comments
Climbers Ranch

The National Park Service has issued a prospectus soliciting proposals to provide rustic overnight accommodations and other visitor services at the Climbers Ranch in Grand Teton National Park. The contract will be valid for 10 years.  Overnight accommodations and other visitor services at the Climbers Ranch are currently being provided by The American Alpine Club, Inc. doing business as The Grand Teton Climbers Ranch. The NPS has determined that the existing concessioner is the preferred provider for the new contract.  The new contract will provide for dormitory-style accommodations in small log cabins that sleep 4-8 people each at the ranch located about 17 miles north of Moose. The contract will also provide a cook shelter and shared toilet facilities and showers.  In addition, the contract    will authorize limited retail sales, laundry facilities, access to telephone and internet services for guests only, and showers for non-guests.  Interested parties should contact the National Park Service, Concessions Management Division in Denver, Colorado.

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