Jackson Hole Total Solar Eclipse | Grand Teton National Park | Partner Spotlight

Jackson Hole Total Solar Eclipse | Grand Teton National Park | Partner Spotlight

Mark your calendar to attend Grand Teton National Park’s 2017 Solar Eclipse Across America Speaker Series. 

The 2017 Solar Eclipse Across America will be visible on August 21, 2017 across the continental United States. The center-line of the solar eclipse will pass over Grand Teton National Park placing it in the path of totality. Visitors will experience the moon’s shadow rushing toward them with the Teton Range backdrop. The mid-day darkness is stunning and the sun’s corona is awe-inspiring—observed only during the brief totality.

Grand Teton is anticipating its busiest day ever. On eclipse day, the park will alter traffic flow and parking to accommodate eclipse viewers and maintain safe access. The park will designate viewing areas where rangers will be on hand. Detailed event information will be available on this web page in the future. Area lodging is already booked. All park campgrounds operate on a first-come, first-served basis and have stay limits. Few if any campsites will be available on the day of the eclipse. Backcountry permits will be extremely limited due to high demand. During the eclipse event please help us ensure a successful day by respecting park resources, following all temporary routes and packing out all litter.