For decades people could drive, bike or walk through Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and pay a single fee good for both places. Those days could be running short. National Park Service officials released a proposal this week that would result in modest increases across the board for weekly and season passes.
If the proposal is adopted, next summer a motorist who passes from Grand Teton into Yellowstone could be on the hook for $50 instead of the $25 that is charged today. A stand-alone visit to either Grand Teton and Yellowstone would run $30, an increase of $5 over today’s rate.