Looking for a great trail in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming? AllTrails has 93 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 35 moderate trails in Grand Teton National Park ranging from 1.4 to 55.5 miles and from 6,332 to 10,672 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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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.

Amazing lake views, well worth the hike.

hiking
snow
1 day ago

Made it to the summit today. From switchback number six (where trail breaks off) the snow is deep. The boulder field is completely buried. Broke through butt deep twice on the climb and chest deep once on the descent. Suggest strong climbers only in the near term. We had five people in our group today. Have all proper gear including multiple socks and be prepared for total soak through anyway. 3 hours to get up and two down. The lower trail (switchbacks down) has several areas of significant snow that are very slippery due to foot traffic.

hiking
muddy
rocky
snow
1 day ago

A little tough, but the views are incredible throughout.

An easy loop with great views of the lake at the end. Currently has snow melting, so it’s a bit slushy & muddy for the last 30% of the hike. Poles are helpful, but crampons not needed.

Only made it to lower inspiration point, still blocked off to cascade canyon. Took the boat over, nice short hike. Brown bear on the trail, lots of traffic, he ran off quick.

hiking
2 days ago

Hiked today, some patches of snow near Taggart, and a few feet of packed snow coming down from Bradley and heading back. Manageable in just hiking boots but slow moving for a bit. Had to pay attention to stay on trail and followed previous hikers tracks. Didn’t spot any bear, one moose.

hiking
2 days ago

We tried this trail on mon 5/20/19. We made it up 4 switchbacks but lost the trail at that point due to significant snow and had to turn back. We were probably very close to the junction of garnet canyon trail and amphitheater lake trail but could not make out the trail due to heavy snow at that point. Snow needs to melt before this trail Is accessible.

A great trail to experience Grand Teton. The lake is a nice stopping point

hiking
2 days ago

Hiked on May 20, 2019, and while it was still pretty snowy, it was an easy hike with great views of the lake. Part of the trail is closed due to bear activity, I believe, but you can still get to the lake.

hiking
3 days ago

Great trail with unbelievable views. Hiked on May 19, 2019, and there was still quiet a bit of snow, which, to me, made the difficulty level on the higher end of moderate. I highly recommend this trail as the views are fantastic and the elevation changes aren’t too bad.

on Taggart Lake Trail

hiking
snow
3 days ago

great views at the top. not too difficult.

hiking
snow
4 days ago

Still a couple feet of snow on May 17. Difficult to follow the trail at some stretches.

hiking
muddy
snow
4 days ago

Trail was partially closed on May 17 due to bears in the area. Followed the north path and picked up the Bradley Lake trail. Snow wasn’t too bad until we hit the other trail.

hiking
4 days ago

This was beautiful! We did it in hiking boots and had no problem with the snow. We had yaktracks but didn’t even put them on our boots. Be aware that you need to climb over and under a couple of trees that have fallen on the trail. Also make sure that you follow the all trails app because it shows you exactly where to go with the trail closures! All in all - definitely recommend!

very beautiful trail but would avoid hiking if there is any snow on the ground. trail was completely invisible by grandview point and struggled very hard to make it back towards the trail head.

hiking
closed
muddy
rocky
snow
5 days ago

I can imagine this hike being a easy difficulty once all the snow melts. We only did the southern part of the hike to see the falls and it was quite difficult in the snow. Make sure you go left at the closed trail sign otherwise you'll take the path near the lake which is difficult to find. The snow was well packed in some areas allowing easy climbing but some areas exposed to the sun could easily give way and result in sinking. As more snow melts the risk of falling through increases.

Tough hike with the snow! Had to turn back after 3 miles due to snow almost waist deep. Pretty steep inclines but def do-able. Beautiful views going up of the valley. We really want to try again later in the year when snow is melted!

hiking
snow
5 days ago

Very snowy, a lot of trudging. I would rate it moderate during the snowy season! We did walk all the way down to the lake but not around as it was getting too late.

hiking
closed
muddy
rocky
snow
5 days ago

May 2019 Beautiful! Snow covered in some places but mostly clear, just muddy. We even saw 2 moose! Part of foot path was closed but able to use horse trail.

hiking
5 days ago

Due to heavy snow on the trail, we were sinking to our hips as after the first 0.25 mile the snow wasn't packed at all, we only made it about a mile in before turning back due to the increasingly heavy snow. We still had a good time even though we didn't quite make it all the way. We'll be returning in summer to finish!

hiking
6 days ago

As regular (leisurely) hiker, this trail was great! In clear weather I’d give it a solid “easy”, but with the snow it was “moderate”. At times (perhaps 50% of the trail if you do the whole loop - or much higher if only hiking to the lake) the snow was knee-deep, but packed and marked with footprints. The snow made it frustrating and slower going at times, but was also exciting and refreshing on a warm day. Was comfortable in tank top, leggings, and hiking boots. Overall, the hike took us about 3.5 hours, or 4 hours after snacking and taking in the views. I would recommend the hike, snow or not, as it has diverse terrain and is moderately hilly, but never steep around the lake.

Still heaps of snow. Muscled it out until about 6km and I was falling in as far as my waist constantly. Still nice views of the lakes below but didn’t make it far enough to get within the mountains.

Still heaps of snow. Muscled it out until about 6km and I was falling in as far as my waist constantly. Still nice views of the lakes below but didn’t make it far enough to get within the mountains.

Still heaps of snow. Muscled it out until about 6km and I was falling in as far as my waist constantly. Still nice views of the lakes below but didn’t make it far enough to get within the mountains.

hiking
muddy
snow
6 days ago

Super snowy conditions especially on second half of trail. Had to traverse a couple of avalanche snow masses to stay on the trail. If you’re wanting to keep it easy, plan I’m doing the first half and turning back.

hiking
snow
6 days ago

A ton of people on the lakeside & near picnic areas but everyone began to drop off on the second half of the loop on the mountain. Trail was difficult to find due to snow and avalanches but AllTrails app made it possible to not turn around. No wildlife spotted, although backpackers from paintbrush said they saw fresh kill on that trail not to far from string lake loop. It is a relatively easy trail but sinking in the snow added some difficulties.

hiking
rocky
snow
7 days ago

Unbelievable views. We went counter clockwise. The traffic thinned out heading toward Bradley lake. We only encountered a few people at tagart lake but then as we continued along the loop we didn’t run into anyone. The elevation changes are easy, the large amount of snow along both lakes was challenging, But do-able. Recommend hiking boots, poles and plenty of water. Definitely worth it! We saw a moose, a coyote, & a fox. There were plenty of bear tracks but no bear sitings. My husband rates this as his #1 hike!

hiking
muddy
rocky
snow
7 days ago

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