Teton Pass North

The North and South sides of Teton Pass are divided on this site because they’re considered to be in two different ranges. The North side of the highway is in the Teton Range, and the South side is in the Snake River Range. The terrain on the North of the pass is incredibly dangerous. Some slide paths run above the highway, and causing an avalanche on them could bury and kill innocent people down below.

Never go into the backcountry without experienced partners, safety gear, avalanche training, knowledge of the area and of the terrain you plan to ski, a first-hand familiarity with the current snowpack, and an expert proficiency in skiing or snowboarding. Check the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center’s daily forecast, familiarize yourself with the dangers, and remember that even a low-danger day can be deadly.

Click Here for Teton Pass South.

All Mapped Areas Are Approximations

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