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National Park Service

Grand Teton National Park

A trip into the backcountry requires advance planning. Download the backcountry trip planner for more details. Park-approved bear canisters must be used in the backcountry. The park provides canisters free of charge for use in the park. Visit the backcountry reservations page to learn more about…

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$45 for advanced reservations, booked through Recreation.gov $35 for walk-in permits

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Requests for advance reservations are only accepted beginning January 6, 2021 through May 15, 2021. All reservations are processed through Recreation.gov in real-time. To facilitate your reservation experience, please establish an account on Recreation.gov prior to the advance reservation…

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Location

Cascade Canyon - North Fork is located in Wyoming

Coordinates

43.76810541 N
110.81952936 W

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About This Campground

A trip into the backcountry requires advance planning. Download the backcountry trip planner for more details. Park-approved bear canisters must be used in the backcountry. The park provides canisters free of charge for use in the park. Visit the backcountry reservations page to learn more about the reservation process and submit a reservation. To learn more about current conditions visit the Jenny Lake Climbing Rangers blogspot. When planning a backcountry camping trip in Grand Teton National Park, backpackers should expect to travel no more than 2 miles per hour. Add an additional hour for every 1,000 feet of elevation gain. Trip planning that requires going over more than one pass in a day is not recommended. All backcountry camping requires a permit. Backcountry camping permits are issued on a first-come, first-served basis no more than one day before the start of your trip. Apply for a permit at the Colter Bay Visitor Center, the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center, or the Jenny Lake Ranger Station. Climbing permits are NOT required, but backcountry camping permits are required for all climbing that involves overnight camping. Backcountry camping permits while climbing or mountaineering must be obtained at the Jenny Lake Ranger Station during the summer. https://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/upload/grte_backcountry.pdf

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  • Fair- 3Mbps-10Mbps

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  • Poor- 0Mbps-3Mbps

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