hiking

views

wild flowers

nature trips

walking

wildlife

birding

forest

lake

no dogs

trail running

river

camping

kid friendly

backpacking

waterfall

mountain biking

horseback riding

scenic driving

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

hiking
1 day ago

We hiked around the lake counter clockwise and hit the waterfall. Great hike with sun and snow coming off the peaks. Well maintained Trail affords not having to look down for steps but enables you to take in the great views

I went to the summit and saw all kinds of wildlife. From Moose, mule deer and tons of chipmunks. The elevation is quick at first but starts to smooth out. The last 1 1/2 miles were intense especially because of the snow.

I'm not experienced hiker at all, that's why I chose moderate hike. It was amazing, but not so easy, I would put hard rank to this hike, because climbing through the rocks was not funny for me and my girlfriend at all:)) but no matter what never give up and the view was breathtaking!!! Just be ready to climb rocks. The last few meters of home was the most difficult but as I said it's all worth it! The view like in Switzerland, that's for sure! I did hike at the beginning of August!

hiking
5 days ago

Really quiet and beautiful. Easy hike we just went to the ponds and back after doing the hidden falls trail...nice peaceful place to rest.

hiking
5 days ago

Did with my two daughters (6, 3) and my wife, we really enjoyed this trail. Great views pretty much most of the way. Some places along the way to stop and eat/ enjoy the views. Falls were beautiful and we continued up to lower inspiration point (the higher one was closed). On the way back we sat by moose ponds for a bit and enjoyed the stillness. Great time!

hiking
5 days ago

walking
7 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Beautiful up and down. Saw a bull moose. Trail varies from smooth to rocky. Hard but worth doing.

on Christian Pond Trail

9 days ago

We took this trail to the Emma Matilda Lake and back. There was a good bit of snow on the ground, so it was lovely to look at. Unfortunately, the path became less maintained after a point and the trail became confusing and disappeared due to the lack of maintenance or the snow. There are no blazes, so we got a little lost and had to backtrack about a mile or so - thank you, snow tracks, for making that easy! (That’s a first for me; I never get lost, so new respect for those who have.) We did see an eagle and a beautiful male elk. The Emma Matilda was a great spot to meditate for a while, too.

on Moose Ponds Trail

9 days ago

Great varying landscapes with beautiful vistas. A good starter or in-between hike. It was quiet and secluded throughout almost the entire hike.

on Phelps Lake Trail

9 days ago

Phenomenal just barely moderate hike. We started at the LSR preserve, not the Death Canyon trailhead, and did the whole loop. We began around 8:45am and there was only one other car in the lot. When we finished around 1:00pm it was nearly full, though. It was a quiet, secluded hike up until the last few miles when we were on our way back down. Definitely recommend following the loop counter-clockwise for optimal views.