hiking

views

wildlife

wild flowers

forest

walking

birding

lake

nature trips

river

no dogs

trail running

kid friendly

camping

backpacking

fishing

fly fishing

waterfall

horseback riding

hot springs

dog friendly

mountain biking

scenic driving

canoeing

snowshoeing

rock climbing

dogs on leash

whitewater kayaking

road biking

beach

cross country skiing

skiing

wheelchair friendly

trail locations for Wyoming

Great trail. Fun , great river location at top of waterfalls to soak your aching feet. There are two stream crossings that require balancing over logs or wading through stream. The lake is gorgeous.

Lovely hike with great views of the two lakes, the Tetons beyond, and back into the valley. Note that the southern part of the Bradley Lake lopped is currently closed. I hiked this on a sunny day and went counter-clockwise, so hit Bradley Lake first, continued around it, climbed up a ridge (I didn't find it long or especially hard climb) then down to Bradley Lake and back the northern leg to trail juncture and parking lot. Although it is a popular trail, the only congestion is really at the lake sides. If you have time to wander a bit around the lakes you shoul find a quiet spot for a break.

For the one day I had at Grand Teton, and hiking on my own with DH as my taxi service, this was seemed like the top choice for a good workout with great views. Most other trails are either easy, or the strenuous ones take more hours than I had.

hiking
2 days ago

Nice trail after the boardwalk.

It's some of the most beautiful scenery I've ever encountered but DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE ITS DIFFICULTY!! This is not an easy hike but all this considered it is absolutely 100% worth it! I would recommend going up the face (the shorter steeper trail) and down the huckleberry ( the longer trail), this will help conserve time, allow you to see new scenery both up and down, and save your knees ( as opposed to going down the face, which I do not recommend)! Start early because you will want all day to hike and will want time up top to take in the view and take a break. Note that it is often very windy and cold up top, regardless what time of year. Also pack your bear spray! 10/10 WOULD RECOMMEND!

The payoff is great! This is a long and very difficult hike for people who are not accustomed or ready for it.

Steep climb but big reward in a short amount of time.

backpacking
7 days ago

Hiked from Wapiti Lake to Mist Pass.
Pros: amazing thermal features, no mans land, wildlife, scenery
Cons: not much shade, trail can be hard to follow in the valleys, especially difficult to follow trail across pelican valley to mist lake trail

backpacking
7 days ago

Pros: easy to moderate hike, great campsites, lots of wild life, s clouded
Cons: lots of meadows that can expose you to the sun

Absolutely loved this trail. Lots of uphill and rocky in parts. Ended up around ten and half miles, a little over 4 hours.

backpacking
7 days ago

Pros: good fishing, nice views, lots of buffalo
Cons: too busy, poor campsites

Beautiful hike. Hiked from Heart Lake down to South Entrance. The section from HL to Sheridan Lake is amongst the most beautiful parts of the park. Lots of bear sign, saw one grizzly on South Boundary trail n ar the scree field. Don't pass up this hike even though the guide book says it isn't that great.

backpacking
7 days ago

Pros: moderately strenuous, great views
Cons: can hear the road noise, over used, trash in campsites, low lake level

hiking
7 days ago

A great hike. We did this trail on a Sunday. Once away from the crowds in the main parking area we saw only four people, awesome! There are a few ups and downs, but nothing too strenuous, even for a flatlander.

backpacking
9 days ago

This trail takes you to the Shadow Lake and the North Side of the Cirque of the Towers and the views are stunning. Can climb up the very steep Texas Pass and see the Cirque of the Towers from the south, even more amazing and return back to the Big Sandy trail-head

Access to many trails in the Wind Rivers. View of Squaretop Mountain are Spectacular.

backpacking
9 days ago

Camped at these Lakes many years ago as a loop backpack trip from Boulder Canyon up to the Freemont Trail to Cook Lakes and returned to Boulder Canyon on the Highline trail. Great multi-day Loop

The Hike up this trails is amazing. The view of Squaretop Mountain in the distance near both Green River Lakes and along the beautiful Green River is amazing.I Hiked from the trail-head to the Vista Pass junction this year as part of the Wind River High Route between Green River Lakes and Big Sandy Openings. Hike From Summit Lake to the trail-head on a Big Sandy Openings hike to Green River Lakes year ago.

backpacking
9 days ago

Hiked from Lake 10542 up to Photo Pass on the Continental Divide as part of the Wind River High Route between Green River Lakes and Big Sandy Openings

backpacking
9 days ago

Certainly not the easiest hike in the park but certainly way up there on the scenery chart. Camp as close to the BMA as possible since it is a long hike to the next campsite.