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Jonathan Greenstein reviewed Delta Lake via Lupine Meadows Access
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the most challenging and rewarding hike of my life. not for novices as the final 2 miles or so are extremely steep and require passing through 2 boulder fields. but wow! the lake is so spectacular is makes every agonizing step worth it. got off trail on the way down and had to go through brush to get back to the main trail. be careful on the way back and retrace your footsteps.

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Taylor Pothast reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Erin Casellas-Kennedy reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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HikingSnow

The first part of the trail up to Taggart Lake is beautiful, not too hard in the winter because snow is mostly packed down. We did not have snow shoes and fell through the snow once or twice, but it was manageable. The lake is frozen and has gorgeous views of the Tetons. But MAKE SURE IF HIKING IN THE WINTER YOU GO BACK DOWN THE SAME TRAIL. We tried to take the Beaver Creek trail down, which is on the trail map at the base of the Taggart Loop Trailhead. Turns out, it is NOT really there when there is snow on the ground. We ended up following some snowshoe/crosscountry ski trails which we were though were Beaver Creek Trail, but it took us on an about 1.5 mile loop north of the lake, on basically unpacked snow. Needless to say, us in our snowshoe-less state, crawled about a mile on hands and knees as it was the only way to not sink up to our hips in snow with every step. If you're gonna go the crawling route, make sure you have snow pants and snow gloves. We did not have those things either. Eventually some crosscountry skiers told us the right ski path to get back to the parking lot, which was about 20% packed. Still not ideal but we made it. Bring snowshoes.

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Cory McKissick reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Cory McKissick reviewed Cascade Canyon Trail
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Nash Ditmetaroj reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Ally McDermott reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Absolutely gorgeous!! The lake is amazing

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Apryl Hsu reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Definitely go from the right. Didn’t need gear but we went the wrong way by going left

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Myranda Morgan reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Hiking

Very easy trail for beginners or those who are sore from other hikes/outdoor activities! The most beautiful picture you can find of this lake doesn't even begin to capture the magnitude of its beauty in person. I set up my hammock on two of the trees and found it to be the perfect journaling spot. I did this trail while traveling across the country in my converted minivan. Feel free to follow my instagram for photos of this hike and many more @myraninavan

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Sara McDougle reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Easy trail. Took me 1.5 hours to complete. If you plan to do the full loop you will need snowshoes.

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Lyndsay Coleman reviewed Hidden Falls Trail
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Zach Anderson reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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We went out to taggart lake. the trail was well worn. we didn't even need snowshoes. it was a lot of fun. no need to pay for the park pass the booth was closed for the winter since most of the park was blocked off. overall really worth it!

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Jim Cuny reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Snowshoeing

Was a beautiful loop and great for beginner snowshoers. We went counter clockwise to the lake and trail after the lake was less travelled and a little tougher. 6-8 inches of new snow made us have to choose between previous trails and a little trail blazin near the end. Snowshoes a must at this point Sun came out at the lake for great view of the Tetons

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HikingGreat!Scramble

Best hike I did all year, variety, views, a decent challenge.

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Lia Wise reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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New Years Day hike! Carried our snow shoes on our packs with us, but didn’t end up needing them. Several people were skiing. Another couple we passed ice fished and caught a few trout (although carrying their gear was the absolute worst they said). Trail was well packed. Spikes or good snow boots are enough for this trail right now. However, I’ve done this hike other times of the year when snow shoes were a must and you really had to have the trail downloaded to find your way. So check current conditions. DO THE FULL LOOP. We did it counterclockwise and loved every min. Would not call this hike “easy” for winter time. Definitely more moderate. Layer up. Very cold temps that dropped significantly as the sun got lower. Enjoy the views and pine tree magic!

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Atasi Titlow reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Aaron Perez reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Beautiful scenery and got lucky to have a clear day. Cold AF but once we were moving we were good. Did it in microspikes, ankle gaitors, and trekking poles but prolly could have been fine without. If doing in winter then jus follow the paved over trails which will likely differ from AllTrails map slightly. 5/5!

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Jacob Brandon reviewed Jenny Lake Trail
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Teton Park Rd. is closed just after the Taggart Lake Trailhead. The approach to the Jenny Lake trail head is 4.5mi. Once we got to the trail head, we bush whacked the Jenny Lake Trail with snow shoes until we hit Jenny Lake Lp. and we're exhausted.

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Logan Goldie-Scot reviewed Taggart Lake Loop
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Katrina Droski reviewed Jenny Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyRockySnow

This trail was tough. Very pretty scenery and had lots of elements. Snow, mud, rocks, sand and more. Even saw a moose. It was a long hike to the top, but worth the view. Be prepared and wear proper hiking attire and water if you get dehydrated easily.

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Neil Castelino reviewed Taggart Lake and Bradley Lake Loop
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HikingIcySnow

Hiked this trail when there was a bit too much of snow. The trail is easy to do till Bradley lake without snowshoes, but gets a bit scary after that since there's snow packed till your hip. Still managed to get the 6mile hike done but took longer than expected. Certainly would turn back the next time I saw so much snow. Unfortunately, the clouds had descended on the mountain and we couldn't see the Tetons from the lakes.

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HikingGreat!Off trailRocky

So beautiful. The last bit of the path up is not marked so you do have to go through a boulder field. Loved this trail so much. I’ll definitely be back.

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