Teton Backcountry Alliance (TBCA) is a grassroots organization dedicated to Teton-area winter backcountry recreation and recreationist effects on our environment, wildlife, and other people. Our mission is to promote public safety, community, stewardship, and sustainable access for Teton-area winter backcountry users. TBCA addresses these goals through dialogue, public information, problem solving, and advocacy. Launched in 2018, TBCA is currently focusing on access issues facing winter backcountry uses of Teton Pass and bighorn sheep-skier interactions.
As TBCA launches its efforts, it welcomes your ideas, energy, and support.
Teewinot Institute, a Wilson, WY based 501 c 3 is currently acting as the fiscal sponsor of TBCA.
We are VERY fortunate to have access to such incredible open space, fresh air, and room to explore during this stressful time. Let’s do what we can to practice social distancing and not create an additional burden to an already stressed system.Read More
3/24/2020 – The installation of these life-saving community resources was spearheaded by Teton Pass Ambassador and Teton Backcountry Alliance steering committee member Jay Pistono.Read More
February 20, 2020 Teton Backcountry Alliance (TBCA) is hosting its second All-Day Teton Pass Free Shuttle Service on Saturday, February 22. Shuttles will run on the hour from 9am to 2:30pm with stops at… Old Pass Road trailhead Phillips Bench parking area Teton Pass Coal Creek trailhead Returning with those stops in reverse In partnership […]Read More
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