Teton Crest Trail work to resume

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Grand Teton National Park in partnership with the Grand Teton National Park Foundation are in their third year of working to improve sections of the Teton Crest Trail. The Teton Crest Trail is a 45-mile-long trail through the high country of the Teton Range.

Sections of the trail were built by the Civilian Conservation Corps dating back to 1934, and despite constant use, much of the trail has remained largely untouched by park maintenance crews since then. The work will cause intermittent 30-minute closures on a section of the trail near the summit of Paintbrush Divide between now and Tuesday, August 4ththrough 9th, and August 18th through 23rd.

Visitors planning on hiking over Paintbrush Divide during these dates should expect delays in both directions.

 

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