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By Nick-R
From Woodbridge, Va
Mar 31, 2014

I'll be working in Yellowstone from mid-May to the end of September. I'll be about 45 mins from the Tetons. Looking for some climbing partners and suggestions on must -see places.


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By mark felber
From Wheat Ridge, CO
Apr 1, 2014

Presumably the Tetons are already on your list of must-see places. Are you working for NPS or the concession?

Lots of good scrambling and easy 5th class summits in the Teton range, along with harder alpine stuff and backcountry cragging . If you can get a long weekend or even a week off consider heading down to the Wind River range. Not as heavily regulated as GTNP, so the permit/quota rules aren't nearly as onerous. In fact, there are no permits or quotas. The rock in Yellowstone tends to be choss, so I would plan on leaving the park to climb.


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By Nick-R
From Woodbridge, Va
Apr 2, 2014

The Tetons are definitely on my list! I'll just be washing dishes there lol... I'll definitely check out the Wind River range.


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By Thomas Carson
From Frederick, MD
Apr 8, 2014
on the Grand, 2012

I'll be in the Tetons at Signal Mountain. It'll be my third summer in the park. Hit me up if you want to climb.


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By lucander
From Stone Ridge, NY
Apr 8, 2014
Lucander off the GT Ledge on p. 2 of Keep on Struttin.

What in the world jobs are there at Signal Mountain?


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By Thomas Carson
From Frederick, MD
Apr 10, 2014
on the Grand, 2012

^ Not sure what you're saying there, but there are all the typical hospitality jobs of a lodge if that's what you're asking.


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