Looking for a great trail in Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming? AllTrails has 26 great hiking trails, trail running trails, dogs leash 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 14 moderate trails in Shoshone National Forest ranging from 3.9 to 22.4 miles and from 4,576 to 11,811 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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views

wild flowers

wildlife

dogs on leash

forest

nature trips

bird watching

lake

walking

camping

river

running

backpacking

kid friendly

waterfall

fishing

hiking
11 days ago

I loved this hike... did the 10 mile loop, challenging with mud and wetness, would still say it’s moderate. All the lakes were gorgeous, and the fields of wildflowers were just beautiful . I’d recommend doing it counter clockwise because the dissent down the mountain was easier than those doing it clockwise coming up that steep steep almost 3 miles of mountain.

hiking
17 days ago

Mom grizzly and 2 cubs are hanging out around the top/tower August 31 2019

Road is closed due to road damage from tree

hiking
21 days ago

Not sure why the road was closed. There was a big flat road all the way to the top. Could smell elk but never saw them. Beautiful views from the top with a well maintained lookout. Cannot go in unless during certain hours when staffed. No camping at the top. Nice little outing.

hiking
bugs
29 days ago

You have to immediately cross a creek. Took off shoes and socks to cross as it’s calf deep in some areas. Otherwise crane and beauty lakes are stunning views. Lots of bugs late August.

hiking
29 days ago

I might have shit my pants on this trail.

hiking
1 month ago

Very nice trail, started at Brooks Lake campground, near lodge. about 5.5 miles, in loop around both lakes. Not very hard, after initial climb is fairly level. Beautiful views and nice mix of forest settings and open fields. A few creek crossings, easy to cross.

Trail was beautiful. The lake at the end was not as exciting. I believe the trail is mis-named. The final lake on the trail is named Claw lake. There's a Beartooth lake a few miles away on 212.

hiking
1 month ago

Took some guests from California hiking yesterday. So beautiful, and trail was in great shape. Love this lake. Fishing is excellent!

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

If you're coming from Jackson / Yellowstone, Google will take you on a route with a temporary road closure due to bear activity. (Horse carcass on road). That section of the road is really rough anyways. You're better off entering Brooks lake road from the Dubois side.

hiking
1 month ago

did trail nearby unlisted on alltrails. fun but challenging because you remain at Alpine. it thunderstormed at our 10500 elevation camp during the night which was quite spooky

backpacking
bugs
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
snow
1 month ago

We made this a short two night backpacking trip. Our objective was to hike up to the Beartooth Plateau and look over to glacier lake. plus a little fishing. We made camp between Mutt and Jeff lake. Nice spot with a campfire. I forgot to take my power pack to keep my battery charged in my phone so I did not get all my trail recorded coming back down from ansary lake.

hiking
1 month ago

Went to upper Silas. Not too many people on a sunday. Good hike bugs are dying down.

off road driving
1 month ago

Made it more than half way onto the trail driving a Ford F-250 pickup truck. Was told not to drive any further because it gets gnarly. It was already gnarly driving a pickup, so I heeded the advice and turned around. Good thing. I drove into a thunderstorm. Next time I’ll hike in unless I purchase a side-by-side ATV (with tracks in winter). Luckily my cabin is only 5 miles away from the “trail head.” Looking forward to hiking it. Only a few bugs in early July 2019.

hiking
muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Pretty at the end

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Beautiful short hike! Great spot to sit next to the falls for a quick bite to eat. We ended up walking another 1.5 miles up past the falls- more elevation and gets hot during the day as there is little shade.

hiking
1 month ago

this trail is absolutely beautiful. so many lakes and crystal clear ponds...wildflowers galore. went yesterday and you have to cross 2 creeks to get to the final lake. they are higher than average I would guess so all the rocks are under water, making it a bit tricky to cross both. the mosquitoes were ok but a good solid bug spray would be a must. a good portion of the trial is muddy or wet as this year has been high for rain. It is well worth it.

We didn't summit but made it to high camp after a two day approach on the Glacier trail (Day 1 made it ~15 miles to camp half mile away from the Dinwoody river, Day 2 made it to high camp). I got sick (caught whatever my kid came down with four days earlier) late on Day 2 and had to take day 3 as a rest/sick day instead of summiting. Day 4 we hiked out to Double Lake (great place to camp with beautiful views!) and finally back to the car on Day 5. It's a killer hike especially loaded down with mountaineering gear. Gannett Creek was the only crossing where you have to be especially cautious crossing the logs (and take your time to find a good way across, it was a bit of a puzzle). We forded Klondike to cool off but I heard there was a log if you prefer to keep your feet dry. Mosquitoes were occasionally annoying enough to use headnets and we liberally used DEET and Picaridin.

hiking
bugs
2 months ago

Always a great hike! Unfortunately it’s getting a little crowded. I hiked it on a Monday and passed 20 people and 4 lamas. But, it’s still worth a hike.

hiking
2 months ago

Falls are pretty but they are at the beginning of the trail. don't be fooled by this map. the trail continues for an unknown distance, still a pretty hike.

One of my favorites. You’ll cross a few cold streams, some got up to my mid-calf; I wore my tevas and was fine. Got pretty muddy at the field opening. Not too many wildflowers this time of year (mid July) but in about a month it’ll be a beautiful trail for those. I love bringing my journal up to sit and write at the end there. Hardly see anyone when I hike it.

backpacking
2 months ago

Killer trip. Did not summit first try. Headed back end of July 2019.

Fishing for some trout at Fantan Lake

hiking
2 months ago

Nice morning hike. The drive there and the hike are surrounded by beautiful views.

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