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Just got back from Yellowstone/Grand Teton...

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ssmith39

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Yellowstone:

(nothing heard on these freqs.)

Channel 1 166.375 North area simplex
Channel 2 166.375 North area repeater
Channel 5 167.150 Special (Scene of Action)
Channel 6 167.150 SOA Repeater
Channel 8 166.875 Fire Hole Repeater
Channel 10 172.500 Fire Cache

(light traffic on these freqs.)

Channel 7 166.875 West Simplex
Channel 9 166.875 West Repeater
Channel ? 164.800 South Repeater

Grand Teton:

(very busy, Ranger units using Motorola XTL 5000)

Channel 11 171.675 Grand Teton Ch 1
Channel 12 171.675 Grand Teton Ch 2
 

akuter

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I was hiking in the northwest corner, and was up about 9,900 ft with a portable. I was able to pick up West and South in Analog. Interesting codes they use.
 

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Just spent over a week there. Here you go................

166.325 (NOT .375, may have changed) = North repeater and simplex, analog and some digital.

165.59 and/or .5875 = South repeater and simplex, analog, some digital, and (unfortunately) some encryption.

166.875 = West repeater and simplex, only heard analog.

172.5 = Fire Cache, only heard analog.

155.28 = EMS 1, only heard analog.

171.675 = Teton Nat. Park Main, repeater and simplex, only heard analog.

168.55 = Teton Nat. Park Channel 5, simplex, only heard analog.

152.42 = Xanterra Ops

153.905 = "Gold", did not verify, but heard Rangers switch to this.


The rest are verified and I heard traffic on all.
 
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