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Old 09-12-2013, 01:13 PM   #1
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Teton's/Yellowstone in early Nov?

Anyone experienced with staying in the Grand Teton's/Yellowstone area for the first week of November?

Is this a good time or a bad idea?

We would rather boondock, but open to campgrounds so open to any good suggestions.

We have a heater in the basement but of course if it's too cold we would have to change our plans, we are looking for first hand experience over what we can find on websites or books.

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Old 09-12-2013, 03:35 PM   #2
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There was snow on Sylvan Pass in October a couple of years ago. It didn't last long after they scraped it out, but that is a consideration that late in the season. I have been there later than that in a truck with no trouble at all - even with snow in the higher elevations
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All visitor centers, stores, etc. will be closed by Nov. 3. Roads will close for snow plowing as needed, then closed for winter at a later date.
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We were in West Yellowstone a year ago. The stores were all having "end of season sales" and the campgrounds closed up October 1. I'm told that it snowed Oct. 4.
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Thanks for the replies everyone. It's looking like we will wait until next Fall.
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We got "snowed in" at Yellowstone once in June. Can't imagine what the chances are of that in November.
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