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 2017, TBCA is currently focused on maintaining winter backcountry use on Teton Pass, mitigating bighorn sheep-skier interactions, and educating stakeholders about proposed local ski area expansions.
TBCA welcomes your ideas, energy, and support.
Teewinot Institute, a Wilson, WY based 501 c 3 is currently acting as the fiscal sponsor of TBCA.
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The program: Michael Gardner & Sam Hennessey will present on modern ski alpinism in the Alaska Range, including their 2021 ascent (with Fabrikant) up Denali’s Cassin Ridge and ski descent down the Northwest Buttress. Nancy Bockino will report on whitebark pine, which was recently listed as a threatened species, and what we as backcountry skiers […]Learn more and buy tickets
TBCA, in partnership with Yöstmark Backcountry Tours, is pleased to offer a series of Snow Safety Clinics at the TBCA Coal Creek Beacon Park west of Teton Pass. The clinics will be held on January 18 and 24, with the third date TBA. A contribution of $20 per clinic is requested.Sign Up!...
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