Explore the best trails in Wyoming with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking

views

nature trips

walking

birding

wildlife

wild flowers

forest

lake

trail running

river

no dogs

kid friendly

backpacking

camping

fishing

horseback riding

waterfall

fly fishing

hot springs

dog friendly

mountain biking

canoeing

scenic driving

dogs on leash

snowshoeing

rock climbing

whitewater kayaking

wheelchair friendly

beach

cross country skiing

road biking

skiing

off road driving

Wyoming Map
VIEW FULL MAP

Billy goated that bitch. Lost trail little over a half mile in. Steep and unmaintained. Lots of cows. Never made it to the end.

Unique views of hot springs. Can't see things like this anywhere else. Would be 5 stars but too crowded and backtracking instead of looping is necessary in many areas.

Nice views, but doesn't go to the falls. An overlook is available to see the falls, but is extremely crowded with people that don't want to hike but want good pictures. Obstructed views of the waterfall at the overlook. 1/2 mile trek down to the river is nice, but trail is unmaintained after this point. Saw a couple of people attempt the walk down to the river but they struggled.

Gorgeous hike with 360 degree views at the top of the Tetons and other mountain ranges. About half of the trail was covered in snow in late June; however, the trail was well trafficked and a trail was obvious over the snow drifts. Chittenden Road is easier, but Dunraven is well worth the trek.

Fantastic views. Easy hike over dirt road. Very secluded in late June. Road still not open to auto traffic, but great for a hike! Be careful in grizzly country - some "remnants" apparent along the trail.

Hard to truly rate this trail fairly as the trail was completely obscured by snow. Beautiful scenery. We had hoped for more and were prepared to hike in the snow, but simply couldn't cross the creek, which had turned into a raging river due to snow melt. Attempted hike in the last week of June.

Almost a five star hike, but trail was hard to follow because of recent snowfall. Beautiful iced over lake. We made it as close as we could! The tundra was flowering and beautiful as usual.

A 3-star hike, but rated as 4 because of the unique and meaningful history associated with the trail. Two Native American women were holding a ceremony at the top when we arrived. Great views.

Truly spectacular. Strenuous, short hike but completely doable. Approximately 400 foot elevation drop over about 1/2 mile made it tough on the way up, but every step is worth it once you see the waterfalls. We had a picnic on the rocks and were lightly sprayed with mist. One of the most beautiful little gems you can see anywhere. Would go back in a heartbeat.

Totally cool. Beautiful craggy rocks. Well maintained trail. Some wet spots due to snow melt. The top is spectacular. Look for the little outhouse for two near the top of the trail. Secluded - a great spot to get away from it all. Loved the wildflowers!

Trail was great - wonderfully maintained but very popular. Climbed the rocks to the yellow line (had this been on the trail, it would be 5 stars) as allowable for park visitors. Great views.

Loved it! Good, challenging hike! Beautiful view at the top!

Nice uphill on the way up, still quite a lot of snow in late June. The view of the lake is actually not from the top but about 2/3 of the way. The rest of the trail just went up and ended without a view, just dead end in the middle of the woods.

hiking
16 hours ago

Nice short hike. Seen three moose at ponds and elk up on the mountain side!

hiking
17 hours ago

Very crowded trail but one of my favorite geothermal areas. This can also be extended with a Falls hike that is a little less trafficked.

We left one car at Mammoth visitors center and drove the other to the trailhead. This was a great trail with amazing views. It dips down by the Uline Falls close to the top and then you essentially walk downhill all the way to the Gardener river where you cross on an extension bridge. This is where most would turn back but if you are going one way only, note that you need to walk around the construction area and through the Mammoth Campground.

So many portions of this trail are closed for construction and the portions that are not are swarmed with people. There is also no reason to do this trail over the lower rim. The lower rim also has some semblance of a trail while the north rim is all on boardwalks and built up along the road.