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Best Trails of Wyoming

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#1. The Grand Teton Loop (Backpacking)
A classic circuit around the high peaks of the Teton Range. This hike, along with the Teton Crest, offers up the real stuff. It’s difficult to really capture the true essence of the Teton Range in a d...
From the guidebook "Best Backpacking Vacations in the Northern Rockies"
Hiking Trails
Jackson, WY - Hiking - 32.6 miles


#2. The Teton Crest (Backpacking)
A multi-day adventure starting from 10,450 feet elevation. It really doesn’t get any better than this. The Teton Crest and the Grand Teton Loop represent the two truly classic backpacking trips in Gra...
From the guidebook "Best Backpacking Vacations in the Northern Rockies"
Hiking Trails
Jackson, WY - Hiking - 35.4 miles


#3. Black Canyon of the Yellowstone (Backpacking)
An unusual trip along the majestic Yellowstone River nearly the entire route. The Black Canyon of the Yellowstone is one of the classic backpacking trips of the northern Rockies. It seems to offer eve...
From the guidebook "Best Backpacking Vacations in the Northern Rockies"
Hiking Trails
Mammoth, WY - Hiking - 18.5 miles


#4. Lizard Head (Backpacking)
A long circuit through the southern Wind River Range. This route takes you through the prime scenery of the southern Wind River Range. However, the trip may be frustrating because even though you hike...
From the guidebook "Best Backpacking Vacations in the Northern Rockies"
Hiking Trails
Pinedale, WY - Hiking - 42.5 miles


#5. Sky Pilot (Backpacking)
A spectacular loop through the northern heart of the Wind River Range. This route makes a nice loop through the heart of the northern Wind River Range from the ultra-popular Elkhart Park Trailhead. Mo...
From the guidebook "Best Backpacking Vacations in the Northern Rockies"
Hiking Trails
Pinedale, WY - Hiking - 37 miles


#6. The Teton Crest
It really doesn’t get any better than this. The Teton Crest and the Grand Teton Loop represent the two truly classic backpacking trips in Grand Teton National Park. This trip is the longer and easier ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Grand Teton National Park"
Hiking Trails
Jackson, WY - Hiking - 35.4 miles


#7. Bearpaw and Trapper Lakes
A scenic and flat hike along the shorelines of four beautiful lakes. If you like to hike to lakes, this is the best hike in the park. It’s very rare to be able to visit four low-elevation lakes (witho...
From the guidebook "Hiking Grand Teton National Park"
Hiking Trails
Moose, WY - Hiking - 8.8 miles


#8. Cascade Canyon
A classic hike into the main canyon below Grand Teton. The mouth of Cascade Canyon around Hidden Falls is perhaps the most heavily used spot in Grand Teton National Park. Thousands of park visitors ta...
From the guidebook "Hiking Grand Teton National Park"
Hiking Trails
Moose, WY - Hiking - 9.8 miles


#9. Wind River Range Fly-Fishing (Wyoming)
Even though I live a thousand miles away, I consider the Winds my home range. I made my first western backpacking trip to this range, in 1973, and I’ve made far more trips here than in any other area—...
From the guidebook "Fly-Fishing the Rocky Mountain Backcountry"
Hiking Trails
Pinedale, WY - Fly-Fishing


#10. Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point: Cascade Canyon
Jenny Lake sits at the base of Cascade Canyon. The hike includes a boat crossing towards this canyon. The trail follows cascading waters to a waterfall and Inspiration Point, an overlook of 400 feet a...
From the guidebook "Day Hikes in Grand Teton National Park"
Hiking Trails
Moose, WY - Hiking - 5.8 miles


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