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2017 Total Solar Eclipse Info

Posted On
May 20, 2016
Category
Upcoming Events

International and national tourists already are booking reservations in Yellowstone Teton Territory for the August 21, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. For most people this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and offers a tremendous opportunity to add to your adventure in eastern Idaho.

Snake River Valley, Idaho

Duration of totality is 2 minutes, 18 seconds

Totality begins at 11:33 a.m. MDT

The Snake River Valley in eastern Idaho consists of farmland and lava fields. This area is an attractive spot for eclipse chasers because of fairly good weather prospects and many roads for evasive maneuvering in the event of local clouds.


Start of partial eclipse - 10:16 am

Start of total eclipse - 11:34 am

Maximum (Total) - 11:35 am

End of total - 11:36 am

End of partial - 12:59 pm

The map below provides locations in this region for optimum viewing opportunities and the time span for the Total Solar Eclipse.

Snake River Valley, Idaho

For more information, please visit www.yellowstoneteton.org/total-solar-eclipse; e-mail [email protected] or call 800-634-3246