Climbing in Grand Teton National Park
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The Teton Range has some of the nation's most diverse general mountaineering. Excellent rock, snow, and ice routes abound for climbers of all experience levels. Unless you're already a pro, it's recommended that you take a course from one of the area's climbing schools before tackling the tough terrain.
Outfitters and Expeditions
Exum Mountain Guides. The oldest guide service in North America leads a variety of climbing experiences, including one-day mountain climbs, weeklong clinics culminating with a two-day ascent of the Grand Teton, and backcountry adventures on skis and snowboards. Grand Teton National Park, WY, 83012. 307/733–2297. www.exumguides.com. One-day climbs $255–$395.
Jackson Hole Mountain Guides. Jackson Hole Mountain Guides instructs beginning to advanced climbers. Grand Teton National Park, WY, 83002. 307/733–4979 or 800/239–7642. www.jhmg.com. 1-day guided climbs $250–$400.
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