Grand Teton National Park:
The Teton Park Road between the Taggart Lake and Signal Mountain Lodge parking areas, as well as the Moose-Wilson Road between Granite Canyon and Death Canyon trailheads, are closed for the season. The Moose, Moran and Granite Canyon entrance stations are closed and scheduled to reopen on December 15. The Teton Park Road is not plowed, but visitors are free to use the road for non-motorized recreation such as jogging and biking. Once the snow begins to accumulate on the road, activities such as cross-country skiing, skate skiing and snowshoeing will be possible. Grassy Lake Rd. will close for the winter season with the first major snowstorm.
Yellowstone National Park:
From early November through late April, all roads south through the park are closed to motorized vehicles, including the road to Old Faithful. They will reopen on December 15 to commercially guided snowmobile and snowcoach tours. If you would like to explore the park during the winter, check out our listing of Yellowstone snowmobile and snowcoach tours.
Granite Hot Springs:
The gravel road leading to Granite Hot Springs and Campground is now closed. This road is groomed throughout the winter and access is limited to snowmobiles, dog sled tours and skiing.