The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center relies on partners and collaborations to accomplish its goals. We are grateful for the support.

 
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Jackson Hole Mountain resort

A key partner of the avalanche center since the center began issuing backcountry avalanche hazard forecast in December 1976. JHMR offers financial support as well as on site resources including weather stations, ski patrol, access, and operations.

 
 
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Wyoming State Trails

Wyoming State Trails has partnered with the avalanche center since 2001 to obtain over $500,00 in
federal grant funding through the Recreational Trails Program. This
funding supports avalanche hazard forecasting and avalanche education
for winter trail users in Wyoming.

 
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Box Y Lodge

Partners with the avalanche center to operate remote weather stations that provide essential data for daily avalanche hazard forecasts.

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Brooks lake lodge

Partners with the avalanche center to operate remote weather stations that provide essential data for daily avalanche hazard forecasts.

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Grand Targhee Resort

Grand Targhee operates and maintains weather stations in partnership with the avalanche center. The data from those
stations is an essential component of the resort avalanche hazard mitigation program and a key element of the avalanche centers avalanche hazard forecast program.

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Grand teton national park foundation

The Foundation provided funding for the two new weather stations in Grand Teton National Park and the avalanche professional position that was created in the 2018/19 season.

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International Snowmobile Manufacturers association

Provides annual funding for
avalanche education to winter trail users.

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Grand Teton National Park

In addition to providing avalanche
observations, snow pit profiles and field observations from the park,
Grand Teton National Park (starting 2018/19) hired an avalanche professional on a seasonal basis who’s mission is to support the operations of the avalanche center in the national park. GTNP also installed, operates and maintains two new weather stations in September 2018 that provides essential data for the avalanche center’s Teton area daily avalanche hazard forecast.

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National Weather service

We have worked closely with our partners at the National Weather Service since we began issuing daily avalanche forecast in December 1976.


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Snow King Resort

Snow King operates and maintains weather stations in partnership with the avalanche. The data from those
stations is an essential component of the resort avalanche hazard mitigation program and a key element of the avalanche centers’s avalanche hazard forecast program.

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Teton gravity research

Provides financial support for the avalanche center and works in
partnership with the center to produce and disseminate avalanche hazard information to the public.

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Togwotee mountain lodge

Partners with the avalanche center to operate remote weather stations that provide essential data for daily avalanche hazard forecasts. Also provides facilities and support for avalanche education classes provided by the center.

 
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Wyoming State Snowmobile Association

Works in partnership with the
Wyoming State Trail Program and the avalanche center to provide avalanche education to trail users in Wyoming.