Moose, WY, to Rockefeller Parkway: the North South Hwy

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Moose, WY, to Rockefeller Parkway: the North South Hwy is a 38.7 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Jackson, Wyoming that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until November.

38.7 miles 2171 feet Point to Point

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly





nature trips

road biking

scenic driving






Grand Teton National Park P.O. Drawer 170 Moose, WY 83012-0170 Information (307) 739-3300 More information:

scenic driving
22 days ago

Great drive through the middle of the the valley east of the Tetons on the North-South Hwy, takes you by Ansel Adams famous shot at the Snake River Overlook. See bison, pronghorns, elk, moose, deer, coyotes and if lucky a bear. This is wide open country on the road between GTNP and YNP. Arrive at Jackson Lake, where you can overnight in style. Enjoy the ride.

scenic driving
1 year ago

scenic driving
3 years ago

I like staying closer to the mountains even though its a slower road

scenic driving
3 years ago

Probably the most photographed mountain peaks in the US. You just want to stop and take another photo. We drove this from north to south, and then did it again from south to north. Great drive!

scenic driving
4 years ago

This was a beautiful drive. Definitely have to stop at Oxbow Bend for that classic reflective view of the mountains! So much to see and do. We will go back!!!

scenic driving
6 years ago

What can you dislike about a road that starts your day in the Grand Tetons and ends in Yellowstone? It was even peaceful on the way north since we traveled out of season and early in the morning. The return was after schools let out, and later in the morning, so it was busy. The mountains, the forests, streams and lakes. Lots of bison. This was our first exposure to the area north of Jackson, and it was amazing! I regret that we won't be returning in December when we visit further north in Yellowstone.