Explore the most popular Walking trails in Grand Teton National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

well worth drive for a picture. close to airport so easy to do on way out.

Busy, came from the Hidden Falls Trail. Inspiration point was worth it. Nice day, beautiful weather.

pretty, easy hike which is near airport. good one to do if you get in late and want to hit a quick hike. recommend continuing through the clearing and across a small stream through the dry riverbed toward the tree line to reach snake river so you can see all of the tetons

hiking
1 day ago

beautiful, easy hike. mostly level. saw 2 bears, a few moose. ate lunch on the beach past the campsites. huckleberry point is a must. enjoyable hike for all takers.

Wonderful hike on a lovely day. Far from strenuous. Wonderful views of the series of lakes with the Grand Tetons forming a breathtaking backdrop. Wouldn't have missed it for the world. Took me approx four and half hours with plenty of stops. Well worth pushing on to get to the end at Taggart Lake.

Mixed a few of the trails. The path was great. Easy walking

hiking
4 days ago

Simple walk thru part of village. Cool amphitheater there.

hiking
4 days ago

Beautiful view from historic spot easy walk

Even with some cloud cover, this was an awesome morning sunrise walk. Highly recommend getting there early because some folks were camped with cameras in the best spot and unmoving to let the rest of us in. We just went a bit further and still had beautiful morning color on the mountains.

Had so much fun; so rare to find a hike like this that’s so easy but with such high return in the form of beautiful views. Lots of people were swimming in the lake but it was too cold for me. 1 bear sighting in the distance. We went on a Saturday morning and arrived at the trailhead at 10:40 (I know I know, but I *had* to check out a particular French bakery in Jackson first!) We ended waiting til 11:15 to get a parking spot. (NPS rangers were there ensuring order and preventing people from making up parking spots so there really wasn’t any way around the wait at that point). So go early or go late! (We returned to our car around 3pm and there wasn’t a wait anymore). The parking was really the hardest part of this hike. :) good tree cover, I didn’t need sunscreen. No issues with mosquitoes either. Such a magical place.

hiking
7 days ago

This trail is beautiful! We did the Lake Creek Trail to the lake, and the Woodland Trail back. I would say this section of the trail was easy, not moderate. We saw a deer and a black bear!

on Moose Ponds Trail

hiking
7 days ago

Nice trail especial 1st mile. Saw two moose one in pond and one in aspen woods. Rest of trail not much to see.

Awesome!!! Most beautiful place I’ve ever seen. Sorry Yosemite.

hiking
8 days ago

Did this yesterday with a trip up to the Overlook which I recommend. That is the only section with elevation and even this is not much. Nice “off day” hike with several spots to stop for lunch and enjoy the views.

hiking
10 days ago

Nice trail with spectacular views of the Grand Tetons reflecting off the lakes. The hike to Taggart is fairly easy and the hike up to Bradley is steeper. Once you get to Bradley BE SURE TO WALK AROUND THE EAST END OF THE LAKE TO THE BRIDGE! There are numerous places where you can get down to the lake for more spectacular views. I saw so many people get to Bradley, climb the hill to get an obstructed (never the less beautiful) view, then head on. Big mistake!

hiking
rocky
10 days ago

We are middle-aged obese hikers with bad knees. We did the whole loop and for us it was a strenuous hike. The steep elevation change about a third if the way into the hike was almost too much for me. We did the loop in the counter-clockwise direction, which seems to be how most people do the loop. I wonder if it might have been easier going in the clockwise direction, as the elevation change is more gradual. The scenery was stunning and there is a nice variety in vegetation that you travel through. We saw lots of red squirrels, some chipmunks, and what I think were Mountain Chickadees. The first part of the trail (in the counter-clockwise direction) is flat and relatively rock-free until the first bridge. It’s also the most scenic part. You could do that out and back if you want an easy, flat walk.

hiking
10 days ago

Outstanding - beautiful vistas of the Tetons and back towards Jackson. We clocked it about 3.99 miles for the whole loop.

Couldn’t make it here for sunrise, but sunset was amazing as well. The sunsets behind the Tetons so they get dark quickly. Great reflection photos and was not crowded at all (Monday night).

Get there early! We got on the 7:30am boat shuttle and left right away, it wasn’t crowded at all. Came around a corner and were luck enough to catch a glimpse of momma black bear and her cub (probably too close for comfort, but she was just enjoying her morning like we were). Coming back down around 12 both inspiration point and hidden falls were over crowded. Great hike all around!

hiking
13 days ago

Not hike, easy walk, shade, look out to the lake. Nice for relaxing. Also good for young children.

hiking
13 days ago

Easy and nice trail. Beautiful lake with great opportunities for swimming. Did not see any wildlife today. Would do it again.

Easy trail. Takes about 4 hours to complete and that’s with stopping to cliff jump along the north side of the lake. Hiked early September and the water temperature was awesome.

Very good trail but a bit too much for the family of adults. I loved it. Longer than 11 miles as we clocked in at just over 12.

hiking
14 days ago

Beautiful, easy hike. Lake and mountain look out. Most trail is in the shadow. No too crowded. One of the most beautiful hike in my life.

on Lost Lake

hiking
14 days ago

hiked in Oct 2018. Beautiful scenery

hiking
14 days ago

We hit these ponds on the way to Hidden Falls and was not disappointed. We saw a young moose eating in the first one around 1pm. We just watched and listened to him eat. Highly recommend if you're having a hard time finding a moose.

Beautiful and picturesque view of the Tetons. We looked and saw no evidence of beavers. I was disappointed about that. However, we did stumble across a female moose feeding near the stream just past the most trafficked path (past the last bench where the turn to go it to the Snake River).

beautiful lake views

Not sure why this was moderate. Pretty easy trail for the most part.

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