Best Time to Visit Grand Teton National Park

The best time to visit Grand Teton National Park depends on the type of activities you want to do.

Check out our Grand Teton National Park guide and use the list below to learn more about what it’s like to visit during various seasons and months of the year to help you plan your vacation.

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There are a ton of things you can do at Grand Teton, but certain times of the year are more ideal for traveling there than others.

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A Photo Tour of Grand Teton National Park

Take a visual tour through Grand Teton National Park to see the stunning landscape and wildlife you’ll find in the park!

The Best Time to Visit Grand Teton National Park

There are important things to know about visiting Grand Teton National Park during each season. Check out these lists of the things to do, and what to expect, at Grand Teton during the spring, summer, fall and winter and each month of the year!

Visiting Grand Teton by Season

Visiting Grand Teton by Month

Grand Teton Weather by Season

The Grand Teton National Park weather is dramatically different from season to season.

SPRING – falls between March and June, with temperatures ranging from 22 to 49 degrees Fahrenheit in April. Expect to see snow and rain during this time, and the snow won’t really melt until the end of May or the beginning of June.

SUMMER – the season for summer activities at Grand Teton is from June through August. The average daily temperature is a perfect 77 degrees with the lows around 30 at night. Even in summer, the higher you go in elevation, there still can be snow on the ground. There are also many afternoon thunderstorms as this is the season when the Grand Tetons experience the most rainfall.

FALL – is considered the months of September through November, with temperatures ranging between 23 to 54 degrees. There is also occasional rain and snow during this time.

WINTER – doesn’t officially start until Dec. 21, but the first snowfall can come as early as Nov. 1. From December through February, the temperatures range from 2 to 28 degrees Fahrenheit, and there can be up to 14 feet of snowfall!

Be sure to wear winter clothing for all outdoor activities at the Tetons.

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