Teton Valley Solar Eclipse
August 21st 2017
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Total Solar Eclipse - August 21st, 2017.
The path of the eclipse enters the United States at the mouth of the Columbia River in Oregon and leaves via South Carolina.
*Teton Valley is right on the line of totality and is considered to be
one of the best places in the US to view the eclipse, according to NASA.*
We have an outstanding combination of major advantages:
our 6,000'+ elevation, clear skies, low humidity, and historically low chance of cloud cover.
The time of day, 11:36 MDT, puts the sun high in the sky,
with decreased atmospheric refraction.
We have beautiful mountain scenery and higher vantage points for viewing
the breathtaking 1851 mph race of the moon's shadow from the NW.
Please see https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/idaho/
People regard a total solar eclipse as one of the most awe-inspiring events one can see with the human eye. With the unique features of the Teton Valley, we hope to make this occasion a very special community event for all Valley residents, our guests and visitors. Come and join us!
We will be providing information about the area, its amenities and local events over the coming months.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or suggestions.
Disclaimer: This is not an official website for Teton County. For all questions of public health and safety, sanitation, emergency management services, traffic management and law enforcement, please visit www.tetoncountyidaho.gov.