Best trails in Moose, Wyoming

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Looking for a great trail near Moose, Wyoming? AllTrails has 57 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. If you're looking for the best trails in Grand Teton National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like John D Rockefeller Junior Memorial Parkway or National Elk Refuge. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 27 hard trails in Moose ranging from 4.5 to 56.3 miles and from 6,387 to 12,798 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Moose, Wyoming
Top trails (57)
#1 - Cascade Canyon Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 9.7 mi • Est. 4 h 40 m
This is an unbelievable hike up into the base of the Grand Tetons via a boat ride across Jenny Lake. During the winter season when the boat transport is closed this route can be done by parking in the String Lake trail head parking lot and starting your journey there. This hike will bring you deep into the Teton Mountain Range. This popular hike will start from the shore of the lake and take you up to the 200 foot tall Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point which provides great views out over the National Park. Most people will stop at this point but this guide will take you a little further up into Cascade Canyon where you might spot a moose or two before heading back for the boat return across Jenny Lake.Show more
#2 - Taggart Lake Loop
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 3.8 mi • Est. 1 h 32 m
The Taggart Lake Loop is one of the most popular trails in Grand Teton National Park. There are beautiful views of the Teton Range from the Taggart Lake Trail. It is best to arrive early to hike to Taggart and Bradley Lakes because the parking lot fills up quickly. The trailhead is off Teton Park Road and the trail is located right in the parking area. Look for the Taggart Lake Trailhead. There are several routes to choose from starting at this trailhead, including the Beaver Creek Trail. The trail can be snow covered depending on when you hike in which case snow shoes are recommended. Show more
#3 - Delta Lake via Lupine Meadows Access
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 7.4 mi • Est. 4 h
The Delta Lake via Lupine Meadows Access trail is an unofficial, unmaintained trail. It is one of the most popular trails in Grand Teton National Park. The trail takes you up to Delta Lake and also gives you the opportunity to extend the hike to Amphitheater Lakes Trail, Bradley Lake, Taggart Lake and Surprise Lake. The trail begins from the Lupine Meadows Trailhead parking lot and follows the Delta Lake Trail. It is recommended that you hike with bear spray for tetons hikes. There are several boulder fields to navigate, fallen trees along the trail, and steep, loose dirt. This trail is not maintained by the park. Please be mindful of vegetation underfoot while hiking and help protect our natural resources. Show more
#4 - Jenny Lake Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 7.9 mi • Est. 3 h 11 m
To get to the trailhead, drive down Teton Park Road and turn at South Jenny Lake. Please remember to fully pull off the road if parking along the shoulder. Check out the Jenny Lake Visitor Center for more information before hitting the hiking trails. This is the perfect distance with phenomenal views of Jenny Lake and the Teton Range at different points. The route gives you the ability to stay near the lake or climb a little near the boat launch across the lake. This trail is relatively flat with little elevation gain but a great value for the distance. The beautiful waters flowing in from the Snake River watershed create a habitat for many aquatic animals. There’s also picture-worthy flora and fauna if you like to snap photos. The weather can change quickly so make sure to bring the appropriate gear. Users recommend bringing plenty of water, especially during the hot winter months. There is a boat ride shuttle service that can take visitors across Jenny Lake to the lodge for a meal or relaxation around the lake. Check-in with the boat dock for more information on Jenny Lake boating. Show more
#5 - Hidden Falls Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 2 h 22 m
The Hidden Falls Trail of Grand Teton National Park is a very nice trail with access to beautiful waterfalls and easy junction to Inspiration Point afterwards. This is a mostly easy hike, with a few steep portions closer to the top, with clear trail markings and not much need to worry about overgrown points of rocky areas. However, this trail is extremely busy as it is one of the best for families and it’s easily accessible as a short hike. Since this trail also offers users the opportunity to enjoy the views from the boat dock, and even to take the shuttle boat to either end of the trail, often the best thing to do on busy days is to hike both out and back. Since the falls are gorgeous and tucked away in the woods, users say that making the whole route on foot is the best way to thoroughly enjoy the area if able to. Of course, taking the boat means visitors can see even better views of the Teton Range, and would have more time at the Jenny Lake Visitor Center.Show more
#6 - Taggart Lake and Bradley Lake Loop
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 6.0 mi • Est. 2 h 56 m
An excellent loop hike with some uphill climbs and epic views of Bradley and Taggart Lakes. There is some shade along the trail, but make sure to bring plenty of water since you will be exerting yourself. Show more
#7 - Bradley Lake Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 5.1 mi • Est. 2 h 29 m
A beautiful hike with stunning views and pristine lakes. Do the hike counter-clockwise to have great views of the Tetons along the majority of your hike.Show more
#8 - Inspiration Point via Jenny Lake Boat Shuttle
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 1 h
Parking at South Jenny Lake is extremely limited during the summer season. Plan on arriving early, before 9:00 am, or plan to visit late in the day, after 4:00 pm to have the best chance of finding a parking space.Show more
#9 - Hidden Falls Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 1.1 mi • Est. 27 m
#10 - Lake Solitude via Lake Solitude and Cascade Canyon Trail
Grand Teton National Park
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Length: 13.7 mi • Est. 7 h 7 m
Parking at South Jenny Lake is extremely limited during the summer season. Plan on arriving early, before 9:00 am, or plan to visit late in the day, after 4:00 pm to have the best chance of finding a parking space. There is a ferry available to take across the lake. Prices are $18 for round trip and $10 for a one-way fare. Please call if you have questions. (307) 734-9227Show more
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