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Amphitheather Lake Trail Grand Teton National Park Amphitheater Lake Trail, located on the northeast side of Disappointment Peak, offers a strenuous 9.6 mile roundtrip hike.
Artist Paint Pots Trail Yellowstone National Park Artist Paint Pots Trail, located near Norris, offers an easy one mile roundtrip hike.
Aspen Creek - Mt. Leidy Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to Mt. Leidy area and the northern part of the district. It begins at the Carmichael Fork of Slate Creek near the mouth of Aspen Creek and ends at a jeep road near Leidy Lake.
Avalanche Peak Trail Yellowstone National Park Avalanche Peak Trail, located near Lake Village, offers a strenuous 5 mile roundtrip hike.
Bacon Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the mouth of Bacon Creek and ends at this description ends at the district boundary. The trail continues on to Buffalo Meadows area.
Bailey Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Bailey Lake is the largest lake on the district (35 acres), fishing is good and waterfowl can be viewed around the lake.
Bear Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail crosses the scenic Salt River Range, from Bear Creek over to Willow Creek.
Bear Paw Fork Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to the Green Mountain area and connects with trails in Spread Creek drainage via trail down McMichael Draw. It is accessed by the Slate Creek and Dallas Fork Trails.
Beauty Park Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the North Fork of Fish Creek at the mouth of Beauty Park Creek and ends at the junction with Spruce Creek.
Beaver Ponds Loop Trail Yellowstone National Park Beaver Ponds Loop Trail, located near Mammoth, offers a moderate 5 mile loop that climbs 226 feet through Douglas-fir trees.
Big Sandy Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Big Sandy Trailhead is located about 60 miles southeast of Pinedale on the Big Sandy River. Several trails lead into the Bridger Wilderness.
Big Spring Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the end of Little Greys River Road. It offers scenic views of the surrounding mountain ranges and canyons from Grayback Ridge.
Black Canyon - Blind Bull Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from Black Canyon, on Greys River Road, to Blind Bull Lake, on Blind Bull Road.
Black Canyon Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail provides excellent views of Jackson and Sleeping Indian. It begins at the Teton Pass parking area.
Black Sand and Biscuit Basin Trails Yellowstone National Park Black Sand and Biscuit Basin Trails, located near Old Faithful, offers an easy and less than 0.5 mile hike.
Blacktail Deer Creek-Yellowstone River Trail Yellowstone National Park Blacktail Deer Creek-Yellowstone River Trail, located near Mammoth, offers a moderate 12.5 one-way hike.
Blind Canyon Cut - off Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This is a rarely used trail that connects with Red Creek Trail. It has nice views of Blind, Open and Wolf Creek Canyons from the ridge.
Blind Canyon Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This is a rarely used wild area that connects with Red Creek Trail. It has nice views of Blind, Open and Wolf Creek Canyons from the ridge.
Boco Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads into the scenic Wyoming Range, with access to the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail.
Bondurant Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from the Cliff Creek Trail, up Bondurant Creek, and over to Kilgore Creek in the upper Hoback River drainage.
Boulder Lake Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Boulder Lake Trailhead is located east of Pinedale, on the east end of Boulder Lake. Several trails lead into the Bridger Wilderness.
Box Creek Trail (to Gravel Mountain and the Teton Tornado) Buffalo Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the Box Creek Trailhead and leads to Gravel Mountain, for a view of the 1987 Teton Tornado site. A 15 mile loop can by made by connecting to the Clear Creek Trail.
Bradley Lake Trail Grand Teton National Park Bradley Lake Trail, located located south of Garnet Canyon beneath the South Teton, offers a moderate four mile roundtrip hike.
Buck Creek #091 Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This very steep trail accesses the scenic Wyoming Range, with access to the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail.
Buck Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the mouth of Buck Creek and ends at Hackamore Creek Trail.
Bunsen Peak Trail Yellowstone National Park Bunsen Peak Trail, located south of Mammoth Hot springs, offers a gradual 1,300 foot climb to the summit of Bunsen Peak.
Burnt Lake Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Burnt Lake Trailhead is located east of Pinedale, near the southwest end of Burnt Lake. Trails lead eventually to the Bridger Wilderness.
Cabin Creek Peak Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Attractions along this trail include the Cabin Creek Peak Fire Lookout, and an excellent view of surrounding mountain ranges from Cabin Creek Peak.
Cabin Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail connects with Dog Creek and Wolf Mountain Trails which provide access to the Snake River Range.
Cache Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This is a convenient easy hike or ride close to Jackson, following Cache Creek and Game Creek drainages.
Cascade Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Cascade Lake Trail, located near Canyon Village, offers an easy 4.5 mile roundtrip hike.
Cedar Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads into the scenic Salt River Range. It accesses Mount Wagner and the Salt River.
Cliff Creek Parallel Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
The red sandstone cliffs that give the drainage its name comprise the western horizon of this scenic trail.
Cliff Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads up Cliff Creek to the Upper Hoback River Trail #131. It accesses one of the districts prettiest waterfalls.
Coburn Creek Cut-off Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at a hunting camp in the south fork of Fall Creek and ends at the Coburn Creek Trail junction, connecting the two drainages.
Coburn Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to the Divide Trail and the Snake River Range near Observation Peak. It begins on Spur road and ends at the Divide Trail.
Corral Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail can access Corral Creek Lake, a very popular camping and fishing spot. It also accesses several other trails in the area.
Cottonwood Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to the high ridges of the Snake River Range and drainages beyond and offers spectacular views.
Cottonwood Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail is a connection between Cottonwood Creek and Spread Creek drainages at the north end of the Jackson District. Do not confuse with Cottonwood Creek to the south of Hoback Junction.
Covey Cutoff Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail was one of the original routes between the Star Valley and the Greys River. The trail is open to motorized trail vehicles.
Cygnet Lakes Trail Yellowstone National Park Cygnet Lakes Trail, located near Norris, offers an easy eight mile roundtrip hike.
Dallas Fork Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail accesses Slate Creek and Spread Creek Drainages. It starts 3 miles up Slate Creek Trail and ends at the South Fork of spread Creek.
Deadman Peak Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Some attractions along this trail include the Deadman Peak Fire Lookout, the Wyoming Range and the view of the surrounding mountain ranges.
Deer Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail is a connection between Cottonwood Creek and Spread Creek drainages. It leads from the North Fork of Fish Creek Road to the junction with Dog Creek Trail.
Dell Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail provides a good overview of Dell Creek, which provides ample water and great views of alpine areas of the Gros Ventre range.
Devil's Basin Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the mouth of Devil's Basin Creek and ends at the district boundary near the Continental Divide.
Ditch Creek Trail (S. Fork of Ditch Creek Trail) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail is leads through abundant wildflowers in the summer (in early season), and offers nice views across the valley. It begins near the Teton Science School and ends at the South Fork of Ditch Creek.
Divide Trail (Cottonwood Creek Rd. to S. fork of Fall Creek Trail) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail follows crest of Snake River Range where the views are spectacular. This segment of the trail begins at Cottonwood Creek Road and ends at the South Fork of Fall Creek Trail.
Divide Trail (Little Red Creek Trail junction to Pup Creek Trail) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail follows crest of Snake River Range where the views are spectacular. This segment of the trail leads from the Little Red Creek Trail junction to the Pup Creek Trail Junction.
Divide Trail (Mosquito Pass to Cottonwood Creek road) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail follows crest of Snake River Range maintaining an elevation of 9000 feet or better over large segments. This segment of the trail begins at Mosquito Pass and ends at Cottonwood Creek road.
Divide Trail (South Fork of Fall Creek Trail to Little Red Creek Trail) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail follows the crest of Snake River Range where the views are spectacular. This segment of the trail begins at the South Fork of Fall Creek Trail and ends at the intersection with the Little Red Creek Trail.
Dog Creek Trail (#3069) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to high ridges of Snake River ranges and connection to trails on the Targhee side. There are spectacular views of the surrounding area.
Dog Creek Trail (#3104) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail is a connection between Cottonwood Creek and Fish Creek drainages. It begins at Cottonwood Creek near its confluence with Sohare and Dog Creeks and it ends at the North Fork of Fish Creek.
Dry Beaver Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins on the North Fork of Dry Beaver Road. It offers broad views in all directions, and alpine type terrain in places.
Dry Creek Lake Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail accesses Dry Creek Lake and the scenic Salt River Range. It eventually links to the Trail Fork Trail #037.
Dry Fork Wolf Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to high ridges of Snake River Range and drainages beyond. The trail also creates potential for several different loop trips in and around Wolf Creek.
Duck Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Duck Lake Trail, located near Grant Village and West Thumb, offers a moderate one mile hike.
Eagle Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Though steep, this trail leads to a high, bare pass with good views and abundant wildlife. It connects to the North Piney Creek Trail #059.
East Fork Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail accesses the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail and the scenic Wyoming Range up the East Fork of Greys River.
East Table Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail connects with Station Creek Trail and provides access to the Snake River Range.
Elephant Back Mountain Trail Yellowstone National Park Elephant Back Mountain Trail, located near Lake Village, offers a moderately strenuous 3 mile loop hike.
Elk Creek Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from Forest Park, along the Greys River, to the Swift Creek Trail. Attractions include the Salt River Range and Rock Lake Peak.
Elkhart Park Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Elkhart Park Trailhead is located north of Pinedale, at the end of Skyline Drive and near the northeast end of Fremont Lake. Several trails lead into the Bridger Wilderness.
Fairy Falls Trail Yellowstone National Park Fairy Falls Trail, located near Old Faithful, offers an easy 5 to 7 mile hike depending on the trailhead chosen.
Falls River Basin Trail Yellowstone National Park Great scenery and options of side trip to four lakes make this a spectacular hike. An other point that sets this trail apart is that it is one of the flattest 15 mile loops in the Rocky Mountains!
Fish Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Although this trail is steep after the first mile, it is a quick way to the WRNRT. There is excellent big game habitat and alpine meadows.
Fontenelle Lakes Kemmerer Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Located northwest of LaBarge, at the upper end of Fontenelle Creek, the Fontenelle Lakes can be explored either on horseback or on foot.
Fountain Paint Pot Trail Yellowstone National Park Fountain Paint Pot Trail, located near Old Faithful, offers an easy 0.5 loop.
Gannett Hills Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads into the Gannett Hills from Big Ridge Road.
Garnet Canyon Grand Teton National Park Garnet Canyon Trail, located in Garnet Canyon, offers a strenuous 8.2 roundtrip hike.
Garnet Hill and Hellroaring Trails Yellowstone National Park Garnet Hill and Hellroaring Trails, located near Tower-Roosevelt, offers three hiking options with distances between 4 to 10 miles.
Geyser Hill Loop Trail Yellowstone National Park Geyser Hill Loop Trail, located near Old Faithful, offers an easy 1.3 mile loop.
Gomm Hollow Trail Greys Rivers Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Trail is extremely steep and poorly marked with scattered blazes. It is difficult to find at both ends.
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Granite Canyon Grand Teton National Park Granite Canyon Trail, located in Granite Canyon, offers a moderate 12.4 roundtrip hike.
Granite-Shoal Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This relatively easy trail leads from Shoal Creek to Granite Creek. It offers open parks and good views of the Gros Ventre Range.
Grebe Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Grebe Lake Trail, located near Canyon Village, offers a moderately easy 6 mile roundtrip hike.
Green River Lake Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trailhead is located at Green River Lakes, 52 miles northwest of Pinedale, with several trails accessing the Bridger Wilderness.
Grizzly Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from the Hoback River, up Grizzly Creek and down Silver Mine Creek to North Horse Creek and the North Horse Creek Trail #053.
Grizzly Lake Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This is an easy to moderate hike or ride to partially wooded lake at the base of Gros Ventre Mountains.
Grizzly Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Grizzly Lake Trail, located between Mammoth and Norris, offers a moderate four mile roundtrip hike.
Gunsight Pass Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to Gunsight Pass area and spectacular views from the ridge tops. It begins at Dry Cottonwood Creek and ends at Sohare Creek Trail.
Hackamore Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail begins at the mouth of Hackamore Creek and ends at Purdy Basin Trail.
Halfmoon Lake Trailhead Pinedale Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Halfmoon Lake Trailhead is located north of Pinedale, to the north of Halfmoon Lake. Trails lead around the lake or toward the Bridger Wilderness.
Harlequin Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Harlequin Lake Trail, located near Madison, offers an easy one mile roundtrip hike.
Haystack Fork Trail (Haystack Fork to Dry Dallas Creek) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to Slate Creek Drainage and various tributaries. It begins up the Haystack Fork of Slate Creek Trail and ends at Dry Dallas Creek.
Haystack Fork Trail (Haystack Fork to Lightning Creek) Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail has access to Slate Creek Drainage and various tributaries. It begins 2 miles up Haystack Fork Trail and ends at the mouth of Lightning Creek.
Hidden Falls Trail Grand Teton National Park Hidden Falls Trail, located in Cascade Canyon, offers a moderate five mile roundtrip hike.
Hidden Lake Trail Buffalo Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from Forest Road #30250 to Hidden Lake. Mountain bikers occasionally use this trail, which can be difficult to find.
Highline Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from Bondurant Creek to the Upper Hoback Trail #131. The Highline offers some of the most scenic views on the district.
Holly Lake Trail Grand Teton National Park Holly Lake Trail, located up Paintbrush Canyon, offers a strenuous 12.4 mile roundtrip hike.
Holmes Cave Trail Buffalo Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads from Range Rider Cabin, near Hwy. 26/287, to Holmes Cave, in the Teton Wilderness. Holmes is a largely unexplored and unstable cave.
Horse Mountain Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail which begins at the junction of the North Horse Creek Road #120, and Mill Creek. It provides access to the high country and to other trails.
Horsetail Creek Trail Jackson Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail offers access to Slate Creek and Ditch Creek drainages. It begins on the north side of Gros Ventre road 2 miles east of Atherton Campground and ends at the Carmichael Fork of Slate Creek.
Howard EatonTrail Yellowstone National Park Howard Eaton Trail, located near Canyon Village, offers a moderately easy 3-12 mile hike depending on destination. Howard Eaton Trail, located near Lake Village on the Yellowstone River, offers an easy 7 mile roundtrip hike.
Huckleberry Lookout Trail Buffalo Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads to the historic Huckleberry Lookout in the Teton Wilderness. The lookout provides panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Ice Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park Ice Lake Trail, located on the Norris-Canyon road, offers an easy 0.3 miles of hiking.
Jack Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail leads up Jack Creek from the end of Road #30043. It provides nice views of Gros Ventre Range.
Jackpine Creek Trail Big Piney Ranger District,
Bridger-Teton National Forest
This trail provides access to Granite Creek drainage and good views of the Gros Ventre Range.
Jenny Lake Loop Grand Teton National Park Jenny Lake Loop Trail, located along the shore of Jenny Lake, offers an easy 6.6 mile roundtrip hike.
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