Moose-Wilson Road use levels, types, patterns and impacts in Grand Teton National Park
This report presents an initial data summary on an interdisciplinary study designed to understand visitor use levels, the types of visitors, and visitor impacts associated with use in the Moose-Wilson corridor. The overall study includes multiple data collection seasons, the first of which took place between July 1 and October 31, 2013. This report includes a summary of descriptive findings from this Summer/Fall 2013 data collection season. Limited data for October is reported here, but it should be noted that the Moose-Wilson corridor was closed to visitor use during the first two weeks of October due to the shutdown of the Federal Government.
Monz, C., D’Antonio A., Heaslip, K. 2014. Moose-‐‐Wilson Road use levels, types, patterns and impacts in Grand Teton National Park. 125p.