Looking for a great trail near Teton Village, Wyoming? AllTrails has 10 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. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 5 hard trails in Teton Village ranging from 7.4 to 43.3 miles and from 6,332 to 10,692 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
6 days ago

Awesome!!! Hiked with my wife and she is not the most experienced hiker. She loved it!!

hiking
9 days ago

Just finished our hike. Started at the top of the mountain at Tram drop off, hiked to Death Canyon shelf for the first night. Hiked over Meek pass and Hurricane Pass the second day. Camped at bottom of South Fork Cascade Canyon on the second night. Third day, hiked up North Fork Cascade Canyon to Lake Solitude, over Paintbrush Divide and camped at Holly Lake for the 3rd night. 4th day hiked out to String Lake parking lot. Weather was incredible, sunny with highs in the 70’s, night time lows in the 40’s. When folks say this is the best backpacking trip in the lower 48, I’d say I believe it. We saw coyote, mule deer, moose, black bear, and mountain goat. It is challenging! Had to hike over some snow in Paintbrush Canyon, trekking poles were good enough to make it across. My wife and I had the time of our lives!

hiking
9 days ago

Just posted our Trip Videos of the TCT last month. Amazing hike, check em out. https://youtu.be/cyH4ODXSr88 https://youtu.be/kLaof_BHyaQ

Nice challenging hike with beautiful vistas of the valley below. Great wildlife. A snake nearly made me jump out of my boots. And I came upon a doe resting beside the trail. We startled each other but she didn’t run. Had a good old fashioned staring contest. She won. It’s a pretty straightforward hike and I give it four stars because of the challenge and the decent workout out but other than that, it’s pretty much your typical resort ski mountain hike to the top. You cross the ski runs and a lot of it is in the sun. Go in the morning and you get a great view of the hot air balloons and paragliders!

Holly and i did this hike up and down. On the leg murder scale, its a solid 3.9 out of 5. About 4.1 miles up with 2650 feet of ascent.

hiking
15 days ago

We did this hike on a Thursday at the tail end of August. First know that you will have to pay a $35 vehicle fee to enter the park to reach this trail head. Second, note that the trail head at the beginning is very specific as far as the direction of the Granite Canyon Trail. I mention this because the locator dot in the All Trails app does not coincide with the trail for the first half mile or so. After that it links up and is on the trail. Many of these reviews comment on how buggy it was. We had almost no bugs at all, just a few flies at the top, perhaps because the temp has gotten down to 40° twice in the last week or so. The 1st mile or so was in the sun, through a forest of scrub brush 2 to 3 feet high. After that you enter the forest and mostly shade for the rest of the hike there are some sunny patches. The path is mostly hard packed dirt, though there are many rocky areas, so many that you will be much happier in hiking boots than in tennis shoes. There are several patches of wild raspberries along the path, though it was just a bit too early for them to be ripe. Near the top we saw two beavers at the adjacent stream clamoring over a rock. Then we realized that they were next to a dam they were building across the stream. The trail is immediately adjacent to a wonderful stream, often 30 to 40 feet wide . There are no breathtakingly spectacular views on this hike but all the views are wonderful and it is well worth your time.

This hike was beautiful with plenty of water and no bugs! Get permits ahead of time otherwise your itinerary will be limited to camping outside of the park. This caused some short days and a long day. We just finished today and the weather was a little windy up top but the rest was perfect.

horseback riding
17 days ago

Starting from the north end with our horses the trail initially was very doable but it became increasingly narrow and rocky to the point that our horses refused to proceed up a narrow rocky section following a section of wood stairs. We abandoned our ride and returned. The access to the north end trail head was a straight road with no turn around and very congested. We ended up spending an hour backing our horse trailer up over a quarter a mile between parked cars on both sides. A terrible situation.

hiking
no shade
18 days ago

Enjoyed this hike, great for my sisters in our twenties and parents in their fifties. Views were incredible, hike was equal parts challenging and rewarding. Definitely worth doing if you’re in the Tetons! Felt longer than 1.8 though that’s for sure.

backpacking
21 days ago

Best view of Tetons. So much closer than Table Mountain

hiking
22 days ago

I did a version of this. Starting at Granite Canyon instead of taking the tram and ending down painted brush canyon. Granite Canyon is definitely worth the gains and Lake Solitude is worth a detour down Painted Brush. All in all, amazing trail.

hiking
22 days ago

Did the TCT a week ago, it was amazing. Here’s link to our trip video Trail Perspective on YouTube: https://youtu.be/kLaof_BHyaQ

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scramble
22 days ago

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22 days ago

We did several trails in our almost two weeks touring of Glacier, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton. This trail was the very last day before flying home today so we were tired and worn from the road and exploring this section of the country, therefore we took the tram up to the summit of Rendezvous mtn. Then hiked down the not quite 2 mile route. From there we took the gondola the rest of the way down....after enjoying a few slices of pizza and a beer at the cafe first! This ended up being one of our favorite hikes of the trip mainly because of the elevation change and the rocky descent in the first .75 mile. The first arm of the trail was closed so it began almost straight down amongst the rocky face. Lots of four points of contact as you lower yourself down. Had a great time and would love to go up the entire thing.

I’m glad I did this trail once but probably wouldn’t do it again. Was definitely challenging st spots. Completed it in just under 2 hours going at a pretty good clip. Nothing particularly picturesque about the hike, but it was easy to get to from Teton village and it was a challenge. Lots of direct sunlight made it pretty brutal at times.

hiking
26 days ago

Hiked in Mid August- started at the Phillips Canyon Trailhead, hiked to Phillips Pass to meet up with the beginning of the Teton Crest. Camped at Middle Fork then South Cascade. Took the Cascade Canyon trail to exit - about 35 miles total. Conditions were perfect- wildflowers up to my waist all over. Spectacular is the only word I can think of.

hiking
26 days ago

Wonderful trail with great views and lots of wildflowers. We also so a Marmot and Pika.

My friend and I did this hike today. Parked a car at Teton Village and then started from Granite Canyon parking lot. 6 hrs 20 min to the tram. Great hike. Steady climb all the way up with a few steeper switchbacks. We are two ladies in our 50/60’s and we did it no problem. One of the nicer less traveled hikes in JH

hiking
30 days ago

Amazing first backpacking trip! We started at Teton Village Aerial Tram and ended at Jenny Lake with the boat transfer. Stayed one night at Fox Creek Pass and one night at Sunset Lake, both gorgeous spots in the National Forest (couldn't get permits for inside the National Park). The entire trail seemed in excellent shape and easy to navigate, with absolutely breathtaking views and abundant meadows of wildflowers. We must have hit the peak of wildflower season (our trip was August 12-14). Weather was beautiful, clear days into the 70's with some wind and cold nights (low 30's). As a first time overnight backpacker, I was nervous about the distance and the weight of my pack (35lb on my 135lb frame), but other than some sore feet the last day, the trek was doable and entirely enjoyable. Already planning the return trip.

hiking
bugs
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scramble
1 month ago

Just have to say I think I was the oldest person on the trail and the slowest. I’m 64. Just finished up 11 operations two years ago. . One foot operations, three knee operations. Full knee replacement, four stomach operations two shoulder operations. I was a wreck because of an accident. After refusing the drugs after two years, started walking, lost 65 pounds. Regained use of limbs the doctors said I would never be able to do and a friend inspired me because he just finished the Appalachian trail last November start it in April . The Teton Crest was one of the life changing events of my life. I would tell you about how wonderful the trail was and all of the wonderful sites I saw but that’s not something I have to explain. The beauty of my time on the Teton Crest were the wonderful people I met on the trail. Can’t tell you how many wonderful people I met along the trail. You can go to Facebook and search for “ danifer delaughter” I will friend you if you would like to see my hike. It was priceless. Merritt Dan DeLaughter

hiking
1 month ago

The trail starts just to the right of the waffle house. It's a bit steep and rocky at first but mellows out for the final three quarters. Great hike to the gondola, with amazing views and lots of wildflowers.

backpacking
1 month ago

Lived up to expectations. We tried to get walk-up permits, the ranger told us the day before to show up 1 hour before they opened. Obviously, that morning when we showed up there were 20 people in front of us in line! We didn't get permits, so opted for the two-day version where you take the tram up and stay overnight in Alaska Basin near Sunset Lake (lots of campsites). Certainly doable, but made for an intense hike. Still, totally worth it. Pretty much non-stop five star views from start to finish. The pictures don't do this hike justice.

hiking
bugs
1 month ago

well worth every step. lots of water along the way. just plan your camping ahead. if you want to stay in the NP you need permits. but you can make it so you sleep out side the park and hike through it during the day

hiking
1 month ago

First real mountain hike and absolutely loved it.

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