The Bridger-Teton National Forest reminds visitors that fireworks are not permitted anywhere on the Forest by a Special Order signed by the Regional Forester..
Keeping some roads closed beyond the scheduled opening dates substantially reduces maintenance and limits early season damage to many roads as we prepare for summer season. If you have any questions, contact the District of the area you are visiting to get the latest updates or check periodically on this webpage for more updates.
Greys River Ranger District Updates-July 9, 2014
Willow Creek Road #10080: is washed out above the North Fork Trailhead for about 150 yards: it is dry but still has a trench crossing down the middle of the road and is passable only to OHVs or high clearance trucks.
Dry Creek Road # 10079: CAUTION: remains closed to all motor vehicles above Quaking Aspen Hollow due to washout; an avalanche and broken trees cover the road above the washout between Mill Hollow and Gomm Hollow.
Strawberry Creek Road #10083: is impassable due to an avalanche approximately 1.8 miles up from the Forest Boundary.
Pinedale Ranger District Updates- July 9, 2014
Porcupine Trail is impassable due to an avalanche of snow and debris.
RIVER REPORT June 2014:
As visitors are getting ready to enjoy their water activities, please be aware that due to high waters the river might be flowing faster and more aggressively than usual. It is advised that kids and pets do not go near these fast-moving waters. We recommend you do not recreate by yourself as well as to let people know about your location and when your expected time of return will be. If you have any question please call the offices of your desired river adventure.
No Fire Restrictions are currently in place.
TEMPORARY & LONG-TERM CLOSURES & RESTRICTIONS
#KnowBeforeYouGo! There are several regulations that visitors are required to follow while visiting the Bridger-Teton National Forest. These are typically noted by a Special Order or a specific closure. Examples of these include the Bear Food Storage Order or our Winter Closures for wildlife. Go to our list of Special Orders and temporary closures to ensure you are complying with regulations.
ANIMAL TRAPPING INFORMATION
Trapping "furbearing animals" and "non-furbearing animals" regulations are strictly enforced year-long in Forest Lands.
CAMPGROUNDS and RENTAL CABINS
The opening of the campgrounds and rental cabins across the Bridger-Teton can be delayed due to weather conditions. Due to the unpredictable nature of the weather, visitors may encounter delayed openings or early closings at the begining or end of the season. You can check with the Forest if you are making early season or late fall travel plans for the latest information. 307-739-5500
Annually, the Bridger-Teton provides fall color information that visitors can see throughout the area. Colors change annually on the Bridger-Teton from the first of September through the first of November.
Current weather conditions from the National Weather Service are updated continually.
Weather information is derived from National Weather Service data. Please see our weather disclaimer.
Avalanche Conditions on the Bridger-Teton Nationsl Forest are updated daily from November through April.
ONGOING FIRES AND EMERGENCIES
Current Fire Information
WINTER WILDLIFE CLOSURES
Winter closures are in effect December 1st through 12:00 am May 1st of each year.
Don't Poach the Powder!
WINTER CLOSURE AREA MAPS (.pdf files)