About the Skiing
The allure of the Grand Teton is unmistakable. Visible from the valleys on both sides of the Teton Range, it calls both ski mountaineer and climber alike. To ski the Grand Teton in winter is a challenge unlike any other. The intrepid ski mountaineer must be versed in snow and ice climbing as well as an advanced backcountry skier capable of skiing in control in variable conditions. Although the terrain on the upper mountain is never too steep, the exposure is unforgettable, and often equated with “skiing on the moon.”
February through May
Trips in Grand Teton National Park are run through Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. Contact Elevated Guiding for current rates.