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5 days ago

Absolutely loved this hike! There are so many amazing views from so many stopping points that it can be a longer hike with all of the stops. But the highlight was the Mama bear and two cubs that appeared out of the forest 25 feet in front of us! Amazing! Got to see them cross the river and disappear on the other side! What a thrill! Didn’t make it to the waterfall because we ran out of water but will return!!

This hike is amazing! Unfortunately it is starting to become well known. The trail is usually full of people. The trail conditions are tough towards the end where the trail goes off the beaten path. I definitely recommend this hike to experienced hikers.

GTNP does an excellent job maintaining the full length of the trail. Several switchbacks on this are justified given the 3000 ft vertical gain over the 4.8 mile length. The views are spectacular all along the way. As mentioned, it is common to have wildlife sightings (grizzly, mule deer, marmot, etc). The lakes are pristine and there are several places to camp. I would totally come up here again.

well worth drive for a picture. close to airport so easy to do on way out.

Excellent trail !!!

An amazing hike from start to finish. Took my 10 and 11 year old boys and also my 2 year old girl on my pack. It wasn’t easy by was definitely manageable. Saw a buck and a doe with her baby. The views are amazing. A lot of people were on the trail but everyone was respectful. The water was cold but refreshing to get into.

Busy, came from the Hidden Falls Trail. Inspiration point was worth it. Nice day, beautiful weather.

I would have been completely lost if I hadn't gone with someone who showed me the way… The carins are so important once you get off the main trail. Saw two bears, tons of deer. No one was there at 5:30. It was awesome. Not ridiculously painful but worth the last climb to the top

Great reward at the end, but a grueling climb. Way too many people without a clue are skidding down steep dirt trails and ripping down pine trees so they can get their killer insta pic at the lake. Falls and injuries are common. The erosion has gotten bad on the unmanaged portion. This is a very difficult hike with bouldering and steep climbs up loose dirt, if you’re not an experienced hiker think twice.

The first 1.5 miles (thru Lupine) is really nothing to write home about, this all changes once you hit the switchbacks, the views and the valley and lakes below are breathtaking. The last half mile is no joke. Maybe the hardest half mile of climbing I’ve ever done, especially coming back down... but boy was it all worth it. Honestly this hike is not THAT challenging and the incline on the switchbacks aren’t too bad. We did lake Solitude a few days before and found that to be more challenging. Climbing the boulders was fun and gave some reprieve to your legs as you could use your upper body. DEFINITELY stay to the left of the last boulder field and follow the cairns.

Amazing!! stay right upon reaching end of third switchback where the trail veers toward amphitheatre lake trail. all trails app helpful to keep u on point. Our group of mixed hikers easily reached lake in 2 HR 15 min during midday. Moderately hard but the inexperienced in our group had no problem.

pretty, easy hike which is near airport. good one to do if you get in late and want to hit a quick hike. recommend continuing through the clearing and across a small stream through the dry riverbed toward the tree line to reach snake river so you can see all of the tetons

7 days ago

decent hike. pretty crowded but not overrun. recommend going clockwise (left) from visitors center if in mixed group that way those who don't want to complete second half (after hidden falls + inspiration point) can take ferry back across. second half past inspiration point will take you well north of the lake to cross the water before hitting the other side of the lake (have to go toward string lake parking lot adds an extra mile even without doing the string lake loop). overall fun hike our group enjoyed.

Wonderful hike on a lovely day. Far from strenuous. Wonderful views of the series of lakes with the Grand Tetons forming a breathtaking backdrop. Wouldn't have missed it for the world. Took me approx four and half hours with plenty of stops. Well worth pushing on to get to the end at Taggart Lake.

off road driving
8 days ago

Welcome to switchback central!! Challenging trail, very rocky. Great views of lakes at top. Was a little bit foggy when I arrived up top at 1 pm. There was a good amount of black bear activity, several encounters on trail and up at lakes.

Great hike with fantastic views of both lakes. If you can do a 10 mile moderate hike, then you can do this one.. it’s on the ‘easier’ side of a hard rating.

Not one of the best. Couple of nice views but essentially the majority of the hike is in trees which limits the views particularly of the lakes. Accept that I did this on an absolutely evil day in Sept when it rained all day which probably coloured my views a bit

scenic driving
9 days ago

Great place to view wildlife.

10 days ago

I did this hike on Sept. 2 2019 and started around 2PM. We went counterclockwise. The hike was ok but what made this hike special was the view of Targgart Lake and the Tetons. Me and my fiancé stopped to have lunch here and dipped our feet in the lake. After lunch we completed the loop. Make sure to stop and look around. We stopped a couple more times and gazed at the Teton range. It was a nice a easy hike.

10 days ago

I did this hike a week ago on September 1st 2019 and started at 8am. It took us about 4.5 hours. We stopped a lot to view wildlife and the amazing views. I enjoyed it very much and I would recommend it as your first hike at the Tetons. We started at the Jenny Lake Visitor Center and went counterclockwise towards Hidden Falls. (You can take a boat shuttle if you are trying to do more hikes afterwards.) Before getting to Hidden Falls we saw two female moose hanging out at the Moose Pond loop.At Hidden Falls we saw a mama bear with two cubs drinking water. We continued towards Inspiration Point and followed Cascade Canyon then String Lake to connect back with the Jenny Lake Trail. We saw a mama mule deer with three does. There was plenty of wildlife on this hike.

off trail
10 days ago

Shame about the weather but great trail

10 days ago

11 days ago

the trail was nothing special, but the lake is beautiful. Way too crowded to really enjoy it.

Awesome! Ended up being 12.4 miles but I walked along the lakes some. Took 5 hours 50 min with a lunch break and lots of photo breaks. Switchbacks aren’t too bad especially with good weather. Saw mama bear and cub within first 30 steps of the trail!

Even with some cloud cover, this was an awesome morning sunrise walk. Highly recommend getting there early because some folks were camped with cameras in the best spot and unmoving to let the rest of us in. We just went a bit further and still had beautiful morning color on the mountains.

Amazing trail ! Just total beauty from beginning to end. I didn’t do the boat ride, I just parked at a “boat launch “ trailhead about 1.5 miles away and walked to the canyon. Saw pikas , a deer family , lots of awesome bugs. One of the nicest hikes I’ve done , I smiled the whole way.

Gorgeous! But - once you get to the "end" of this trail where it forks left or right, you MUST continue right on the trail to Solitude Lake because that is by far the best part! The fork is a great place to stop for lunch to fuel you for the next leg of the trail. You don't have to go all the way to Solitude Lake, just get into the canyon because it is so amazingly beautiful. It's quite a haul up the canyon, but completely worth it. Once you get into the canyon you'll see what I mean, and you'll be able to tell once you get to the point where you've seen everything you are going to see, and don't need to continue all the way to Solitude Lake if you're feeling tired (we sure were). Also helpful to note - you can park at Jenny Lake and take the boat shuttle (bring cash) across the lake to cut off a few miles each way. We only took the boat shuttle on the way back because it didn't start running early enough in the morning, but were glad to cut off a few miles on the return.

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