The Bridger-Teton National Forest is located in western Wyoming.
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Welcome to the Bridger-Teton National Forest

Picture of the Snake River on a winter afternoon

 

Located in Western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton offers more than 3.4 million acres of public land for your outdoor recreation enjoyment. With its pristine watersheds, abundant wildlife and immense wildlands, the Bridger-Teton National Forest comprises a large part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - the largest intact ecosystem in the lower 48 United States. Offering nearly 1.2 million acres of designated Wilderness, over 3,000 miles of road and trail and thousands of miles of unspoiled rivers and streams, the Bridger-Teton offers something for everyone. We encourage you to visit this beautiful landscape and experience this unique piece of American Heritage.

Follow the links on the left to learn more about the Bridger-Teton National Forest and the opportunities that await you!

Recent News


Features

Intermountain Region BHS/Domestic Sheep-Risk Assessment for Region 4

Big Horn Sheep

Because population viability analyses for Intermountain Region forests under the 2012 planning rule may not be completed for several years, an Intermountain Region Bighorn Sheep/Domestic Sheep Framework was developed to assist the Region’s forests in assessing risks to bighorn sheep populations (Ovis canadensis, BHS).


Middle Greys Motorized Trail Project

Logo for the Bridger-Teton Trail Project

The Bridger-Teton National Forest is discussing potential changes to the motor vehicle use map the Middle Greys River area. The Overall goal of the project is to develop a proposal for changes needed to the current motor vehicle map to better manage motorized use within a “demonstration” area (Middle Greys). Focusing on this area is the first step to make real change happen on the ground as soon as possible. 


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Spotlights

Proposal to Manage Winter Use in the Cache Creek and Teton Pass areas

Jackson Ranger District is seeking public input to improve management during the winter months in the Cache Creek drainage and  Teton Pass by January 20th 2016.

Play Clean Go Invasive Species Partnership with the Forest Service

Play Clean Go Logo-Stop Invasive Species

Play Clean Go promotes awareness, understanding, and cooperation by providing a clear call to action to be informed for stopping the spread of terrestrial invasive species.

 




Bridger-Teton and GYC agreement to reduce bear/human conflicts

The five forests in the GYA executed an agreement with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition (GYC) concerning grizzly bear mitigation needs in Forest campgrounds.

Trail Crew Builds Bridges Without the Use of Mechanized Tools

Photo of an area along the Big Cow Creek Trail.

The Jackson Ranger District Trail Crew recently completed building two new bridges on the Big Cow Creek Trail in the Gros Ventre Wilderness area.  No mechanized tools were used.



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Key Contacts

In case of emergency, dial 911

To report incidents on the Bridger-Teton National Forest, call Teton Interagency Dispatch Center at 307-739-3301

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