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Old 05-03-2009   #1
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Boating in Grand Teton NP Question

I am thinking about taking the family on a float trip in the Grand Teton NP any one have and sugguestions or advice

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Old 05-03-2009   #2
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Float from Deadman's Bar to Moose. Its a beautiful stretch, no whitewater, but it is braided and there is a lot of wood that you have to watch out for. You have to get a boat permit at the Moose visitor center so you can do that when you set your shuttle. For whitewater, run the Snake River canyon from West Table to Sheep's Gulch. The put in is about 25 miles south of Jackson on the way to Alpine.
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I agree their are a lot of strainers on this stretch, but not a problem for those who know their danger and avoid them. I believe it's $10 for a boat permit for a week or $20 for the year. Hitchhiking from Moose after dropping off vehicles is easy with a PFD on.
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