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Grand Teton National Park is a United States National Park located in northwestern Wyoming, south of Yellowstone National Park. The park is named after the Grand Teton, which, at 13,770 feet (4,197 m), is the tallest mountain in the Teton Range.The name "Tetons" originally was intended to describe several hills near the town of Arco, Idaho. They were named by a French trapper who thought that they resembled a very specific part of the female body. Many years later the name was mistakenly applied to the mountains of present day Grand Teton National Park due to the poor map-making and map-reading standards of the time.

2 days ago

Camped two nights at jenny lake, did this trail the first day then cascade canyon the next. Two awesome hikes.

Hiked to the junction in early July, spectacular views the entire way up. Looking back i wish i continued on to lake solitude, but still one of my all time favorite hikes!

Beautiful hike. I did it in about 8 hours round trip. Once you get to the Garnet Canyon, the trail gets real steep and technical. A quarter mile from the lower saddle, there's an incredibly scary rope to climb, but it's definitely manageable. Overall a great hike.

20 days ago

We hiked along the north shore of the lake, jumped off the big boldery rock into the lake, and hiked back down the trail at the southeast end of the lake to the highway. My husband hitchhiked back up to the car while the kids and I hung out at the visitor's center.

23 days ago

Perfect introduction hike to this beautiful National park. Not super hard gets really hot in the summer but worth every step.

23 days ago

Something about this lake it is soooooooo pretty.

Strenuous hike with a well-earned reward of two lakes and beautiful scenery at the top. We had a real surprise at Surprise Lake when a mama black bear and her two cubs joined us at the lake for their afternoon drink!

Absolutely wonderful experience. Quite the challenge in certain areas, but to each challenge, the reward is tenfold.

2 months ago

went last saturday.. pretty easy hike and stayed for about an hour. I still smell like sulphur but totally worth it

2 months ago

Was dark when we finished. Lot of fun. Beautiful trail

Did this trail for the total eclipse 8/21/17. Incredible!

The scenery is unbeatable. We saw a mother and baby moose. If you are in Teton you HAVE to do Jenny Lake and Cascade Canyon trails!

We hiked to the fork in late September. The weather was perfect - mid 60s and sunny. A lot of folks head back after seeing Hidden falls. Don’t! At the very least walk about a mile past and into the canyon. The mountains looming over all is an astounding sight! Highlight of Teton!

2 months ago

We did this on our way to Cascade Canyon and I highly recommend going in the spring, when the falls are really going!

Favorite Trail so far in the Tetons! Absolutely beautiful in the Spring

2 months ago

Water was freezing!

2 months ago

Did this spectacular hike to the junction. Next time to lake solitude. Inspiration point is good and fine, but it’s the canyon that’ll keep us coming back. Going in/out of forested patches only to be hit with the breathtaking mountain views again and again is something I’ll never forget. Crowds blissfully thin out once you get into the canyon.

Easy trail. We went on a cloudy day so we didn't really have a great view. I assume if it's not cloudy you'd have pretty good views of the Tetons however they will be behind you while hiking on the way in. We didn't do the entire route as we didn't feel the view would have been any different at the 'summit'.

3 months ago

We started at the south lot and went clock wise. If you go counterclockwise you will actually get better views of the mountain while hiking. We had to keep turning around to view them. Part of the trail was closed for reconstruction but they give you an alternate route which is very similar. Saw a bald eagle, no bears.

There was a bit of snow but nothing you can't do in boots.

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