Not one to sit around on a vacation? Looking for something a little more exciting than a facial? Grand Teton Lodge Company (GTLC) is hosting an opportunity to give back while getting away. The Conservation Vacation volunteer package provides guests with the chance to explore and enjoy the magnificence of Grand Teton National Park at a discount, while helping preserve its beauty for generations to come.
“Grand Teton National Park was founded on the Rockefellers’ vision that natural splendor should be educational, enjoyable and treasured for years to come,” said John W. Rutter, GTLC Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. “This package reinforces his sentiment, and gives guests a chance to learn while participating in the preservation of this national treasure.”
A variety of conservation projects are available to all fitness levels and anyone over the age of 16 can participate. Help maintain the grandeur of the Park by joining in brush clearing to reduce fires, trail maintenance and preservation of historical cabins at Colter Bay.
The Conservation Vacation volunteer package is available September 20 through 26. Participants receive a welcome reception, three meals per day, accommodations, work tools for projects, and educational presentations by guest speakers and GTLC management. The package price is $120 per person per night based on double occupancy and space availability at Colter Bay Village, and is inclusive of tax and gratuities. It is not applicable to groups or conventions. Advance reservations are required and can be made by calling 800-628-9988.
Experience the spectacular Grand Tetons and help preserve this natural treasure for the future!
Posted from Katie’s Corner