Plan a January Vacation to Grand Teton 

Wondering what it’s like to visit Grand Teton National Park in January? The winter months are a unique time for visiting Grand Teton National Park.


Services at Grand Teton in January

Grand Teton is open 24 hours, every day of the year. In January, some roads and most of the park services are closed.

Teton Park Road in January

Enjoy skiing, snowshoeing and walking along the Teton Park Road from Taggart Lake Trailhead to the Signal Mountain Lodge.

Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing in Grand Teton in January

Enjoying cross-country and snowshoeing in January. It’s a wonderful way to enjoy nature in a quiet setting.

Wildlife at Grand Teton in January

You may see eagles, coyotes, foxes, bison, deer, wolves, trumpeter swans and more as you tour or drive the roads and trails that are open in the park.

Grand Teton Photography in January

The winter landscape at Grand Teton is amazing! The jagged peaks of the snow-capped mountains are a photographer’s dream!

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