Outdoor Programs General Information

General Information for Outdoor Programs

Hike, Snowshoe and Cross-Country Ski Ratings

Use the following guide to help select outdoor programs that best fit your abilities. Times and distances may vary.

LEVEL 1: Moderate. Walking/skiing surface typically developed (paved, gravel, groomed or other) although uneven surfaces, hills or stairs may be encountered.

LEVEL 2: Moderate to difficult. Surface is typically maintained/ groomed, but with occasional obstacles. May be rough, steep, involve un-bridged stream crossings and may take place at high altitude.

LEVEL 3: Difficult to strenuous. Outings typically in more remote and rugged locations. Hiking/ skiing may take place on trails not well maintained or off trail. Conditions may be very rough, steep and at altitude.

Accessibility Information

Teton County / Jackson Park and Recreation values inclusiveness and works to reduce barriers to our programs, facilities and services for people with disabilities.

For information regarding requests for accommodations with outdoor programs please contact the outdoor programmer Cory Connett at 307-732-5762 cconnett@tetoncounty.wy.gov


TCJPR staff will contact you if a program is cancelled or rescheduled. Activities that do not meet minimum registrations levels will be cancelled, and refunds provided. Please do not wait until the last minute to register, or activities may be full or cancelled.

Teton County / Jackson Parks & Recreation is an equal opportunity recreation provider under Special Use Permit with the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Questions? Contact the Outdoor Programmer:

Cory Connett

Outdoor Programmer


(307) 732-5762