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Bridger-Teton National Forest Releases Eclipse Interactive Map

Jackson Hole Total Solar Eclipse | Bridger-Teton National Forest | Partner Spotlight

As our friends at the Forest Service like to say – “It’s All Yours” and it is certainly with that spirit that they and we proudly share this incredible tool for totality exploration either for planning or engaging from your home far away from the line of totality. Have at it- #itsallyours!

*Access the Interactive Map here.


Welcome to the Bridger-Teton National Forest! On Monday, August 21, 2017 we will be experiencing a Total Solar Eclipse as it passes over a large portion of the forest. We would love for you to come join us and experience this phenomena during the summer of 2017. The main areas that will see a full view of the eclipse are: the surrounding Jackson Hole Area from the northern part of Jackson Lake down to the Hoback River Corridor and Snake River Corridor and most of the Wind River Range will be in full coverage.

While visiting the Bridger-Teton National Forest we would like you to be aware that the surrounding area is going to be extremely busy with many visitors. August is already a busy time of year for the area, but this once in a lifetime event for the area will have visitors from around the world coming to see the Eclipse.

Planning your visit: With the large amounts of visitors coming to the Bridger-Teton National Forest we suggest you have a plan before you show up. Finding out where you want to stay. What amenities are available in that area? Where do you want to see the eclipse from? Try to bring all the food and water you’ll need with you due to limited parking and difficult travel into town.

Visit our web page to find more helpful information on the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

By Kathryn Brackenridge

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