- 10 Year Anniversary of Grand Teton National Park Human Waste Pack Out Program
- Abbey Smith on the Hueco Rock Ranch Celebration
- Rockies Region Live Your Dream Grant Winners Announced for 2012
- From Cleated Boots to Ski Descents—December 8, 2011
- Mark Synnott Show at Teton Theater—October 19 TNF Speaker Series Event
Any introduction to this area would be severely understated. The Tetons are spoken of in hushed tones and live up to their awe-inspiring reputation. A trip up the Grand is a rite for any aspiring alpinist, and the hundreds of other routes and peaks are equally incredible. The skiing ain’t bad either! And of course, the Tetons are home to the Grand Teton Climbers' Ranch. If you visit, be wary... you may never leave.
Contact & Volunteer
It's easy to get in touch with your Regional Coordinator, or the Club.
Email your Tetons Section Chair at email@example.com
Email Rockies Regional Coordinator Jenn Flemming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Email the Club's offices in Golden at email@example.com
Give the Club a call at (303) 384-0110
Tetons Section Chair
Brenton Reagan has been climbing in the Tetons since the age of 14. His mother, Lyn Reagan, first climbed the Grand Teton in 1981 and soon thereafter brought her son to the mountains and he never left. Now guiding and climbing all over the world, he continues to train at Mountain Athlete and search for new peaks all over. He still climbs with his mom to this day, including a one-day ascent of Teewinot for her 60th birthday. Brenton is an Exum Mountain Guide and former U.S. Marine Corps member. He’s led mountaineering expeditions throughout the U.S., including ascents and ski descents in Tetons and Wind Rivers, ascents in the Canadian Rockies, an expedition to Mt. McKinley, and big trips to the West Ridge of Khan Tengri, Tien-Shan in Kazakhstan.