MOOSE, Wyoming (AP) — Crews have begun plowing roads in Grand Teton National Park in preparation for the spring and summer seasons.
The park says crews have begun plowing the Teton Park Road between Taggart Lake Trailhead and Signal Mountain Lodge. The plowing operations mark the end of over-snow access on the 14-mile stretch of road for the season.
Visitors may continue to use other areas of the park for winter recreation such as cross-country skiing, skate skiing and snowshoeing until snow conditions are no longer favorable.
Teton Park Road is anticipated to be accessible to activities such as cycling, roller skating, skateboarding, roller skiing, walking, jogging, and leashed pet-walking within the next few weeks. The road will open to motor vehicles on May 1.