15 Amazing Hikes in Grand Teton National Park

The best hikes in Grand Teton National Park will offer you more than 200 miles of hiking trails that will take you past mountains, babbling brooks, waterfalls, and woods teeming with life.

The biggest problem you’ll face when visiting Grand Teton is where to start first. You can now breathe easy - we’ve brought some of the best trails in Grand Teton National Park together in one place!


This trail takes hikers through some of the most picturesque landscapes in the country. With views of the Teton Mountain Range and Alaska Basin below.

Static Peak Divide

The Cascade Canyon Trail may showcase all the best sights in the park, but it’s not a hike for everyone. This strenuous trail is about 10 miles long and will take 5 hours to complete.

Cascade Canyon Trail

Jenny Lake Loop

The Jenny Lake Loop is a moderate hike that takes some experience to attempt. The length of the trail is just 7.6 miles – perfect for a half-day trip.

Death Canyon

Hiking this trail will take you to some of the most impressive overlooks in Grand Teton National Park. As soon as you set foot on this trail, the views begin almost immediately.

Phelps Lake Trail

If you’re looking for a hike that won’t take the entire day with jaw-dropping views of the surrounding mountains, check out Phelps Lake Trail.

This is one of the easiest hikes in Grand Teton National Park and offers amazing views along with great chances of sporting a variety of wildlife.

String Lake Loop

Paintbrush Canyon Trail will have you exploring all the top sights in the park, with stops at Jenny Lake, Cascade Canyon, and Inspiration Point.

Paintbrush Canyon Trail

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