Fire Danger Moderate

Fire Hire outreach begins September 30, 2016. Timeline is early and there is a quick deadline. Application announcements will activate Nov. 1 in USAjobs with a Nov. 15 deadline. Intermountain Region 2016/2017 Fire Hire Pre Outreach Announcement

Due to cooler temperatures and shorter days, Teton Interagency Fire Officials are lifting fire restrictions in on the Bridger-Teton National Forest and in Grand Teton National Park.

Restrictions have also been lifted in Teton, Lincoln, and Sublette County.

News Release: Fire Danger Lowered to ‘Moderate’
Interagency Fire Officials Lift Fire Restrictions on Federal Lands

Berry Fire Update Area and Road Closure for Berry Fire Rescinded

Highway 89/191/287 is open between Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The Grassy Lake Rd (Flagg-Ashton Road) is now open. All area and trail closures associated with the Berry Fire have been rescinded. While travel in the burned area is now allowed, visitors should be aware of the hazards that a recently burned area present.

Please use extra caution while traveling in the recently burned areas. Potential hazards include unstable dead trees (snags), burned-out stump holes, loose rocks and logs, heat and smoke.  Off trail travel poses the most risk.  Stick to trails when possible.


Communities working together in fire safey and fire adaptation

Everyone has a role to play in creating fire adapted communities. This includes homeowners, land managers, firefighters, business owners and community leaders. Collaboration and relationships are key to improving fire safety. Do you know your role? Learn more about your responsibility in becoming a fire adapted community member.

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Know Before You Go!
Please use caution when using fires in the backcountry
2016 TIDC Calendar
Grand Teton National Park Twitter Page
Grand Teton National Park Fire Information
Bridger Teton National Forest Fire Information