National Register of Historic Places

Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin

Grand Teton National Park

Date Added to Register

Wednesday, August 19, 1998

Smithsonian Number

48TE1136

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The Upper Granite Canyon Patrol Cabin is located in the extreme southwestern corner of Grand Teton National Park, deep in Granite Canyon, and northwest of Teton Village. Like the cabins at Death Canyon, Cascade Canyon, and Moran Bay, this patrol cabin is significant for its association with National Park Service administration and development, and for its association with Park Service rustic architecture. It is thought that this cabin was constructed in 1935 by Civilian Conservation Corps crews as part of the larger backcountry trail/cabin network.

Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources