Just the the title asks, does anyone know if any melt/freeze water ice is forming yet on the Grand? Thinking the north side, otter body chimney, or on the west face? I am headed there in two weekends and every spring is different than the one before. Thanks for the beta if you have any.
Staring this summer backcountry permits will no longer be free. Beginning summer 2014, backcountry campers will be charged a $25 fee for each walk-in permit. Climbers planning an overnight stay in the backcountry of Grand Teton National Park are required to have a backcountry permit which can be obtained at the Jenny Lake Ranger Station or the Craig Thomas Discovery Visitor Cen