Looking for a great trail in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming? AllTrails has 102 great hiking trails, trail running trails, views 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. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 38 hard trails in Grand Teton National Park ranging from 4.3 to 56.3 miles and from 6,332 to 12,053 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.

hiking
19 hours ago

Was able to catch oxbow bend overlook at sunset. Spectacular views. Rumor has it that there is regular bear sightings here. We weren’t that lucky but still enjoyed our time

Pretty easy trail that opens to beautiful views of the Grand Tetons. We only rand into one other group on the way back. Wonderful views, highly recommend

Beautiful hike! Saw very few people.

hiking
20 hours ago

This is a gorgeous easy to moderate hike. Great views! Much more enjoyable as you get further from the trail heads!

Hiked Oct 14th- great, easy trail with about 0.5 mi total of mild elevation when coming back to the parking lot after the lake! Spotted a bull moose on the way to the lake- the highlight of the trip! Taggart lake deserves at least 10 minutes of quiet observation, it’s beautiful. Total time ~2 hours with several stops.

The feeling when taking a swim in the lake while watching the snowy mountain tops is breathtaking.

Would do it again! Beautiful, changing landscape. Something for everyone.

hiking
muddy
4 days ago

Did it clockwise on Oct. 14th. Very snowy starting just before solitude lake and persisting over 2km past Holly lake. Given wind loading tracks are hard to follow at times and poles were a necessity. Snow shoes would have been great for the paintbrush divide after the initial descent.

hiking
5 days ago

Beautiful easy trail! Gorgeous views along the way. It was about 6 miles to and from the waterfall. We did not do the loop around the lake. The only incline is a little up to the falls. My kids didn’t even complain!

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

Great trail! Consider the weather before choosing to cross the boulder fields. I made it half way through before turning back due to the danger of the snow and ice.

hiking
rocky
6 days ago

Did this trail from the string lake Trailhead 10/13/19. Tiny bit of snow in some of the forested area but vast majority of the trail is clear. Beautiful falls and gorgeous overlook. Some elevation gain towards the end but not bad at all. Saw several children who completed the trail. Definitely worth the climb to inspiration point

Some (2 or 3) very short slightly steeper uphill sections, but overall pretty easy (saw lots of kids on the trail) and many fantastic views along the way with several awesome break / picnic spots.

hiking
muddy
rocky
6 days ago

hiking
7 days ago

Beautiful lake, nice easy hike

hiking
7 days ago

nice lake, too crowded

hiking
off trail
snow
7 days ago

Completed this trail on 10/12/19. I did it clockwise. The hike up to Lake Solitude was great especially with the sun out. Then the snow deepened quickly when I started up the paintbrush divide. It was manageable, tried my best to walk on the rocks on the edge but it took me close to 2 and half hours to get to the top of the divide with a lot of frustration in between. The views are spectacular and make you forgot your pain and misery until you realise your you have to hike down. The hike down to paintbrush valley is tricky, there are some switch backs that are barely visible through the snow about 100m or so from the sign but I choose to drop in and cut into the trail which I thought was dangerous due to the depth of the snow, but following the trail seemed more dangerous, beware of the snow ledge as well you don't know how stable it is. Discerning the trail is not easy, I ended up following someone else footprints down to Holly Lake. The snow is about 2-3ft deep down to Holly Lake and sometimes you punch though a gap in the rocks so be careful! Past Holly is fine as the trail is clear to see and reasonably firm but it is long. Snowshoes would be really helpful, do it on a sunny day and leave plenty of time, it took me about 9.5hrs. Would love to see this in the summer!

Get far enough along the trail to get away from everyone and it turns into a great little loop. Great views and tons of wildlife. I would rate this more easy, I took my three old a good portion of the way without any complaints.

hiking
8 days ago

Great, straightforward hike to the overlook. Little bit of snow left on the trail but nothing major. Saw a few deer, no other wildlife. Took ~45 minutes out and back.

(10/12/19) Amazing hike with beautiful views at the top. Total mileage was just under 11 miles, took about 5 hours. Not technical at all. Some snow and mud on the trails and we were happy we brought our yaktracks for the descent but not a must. Very worth it but would recommend starting early to avoid crowds.

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