Best Easy Hikes at Grand Teton National Park

There are over 100 miles of hiking trails to explore at Grand Teton National Park.

On these trails you can enjoy mountain views, lakes, waterfalls and wildlife.


Hiking in Grand Teton can be challenging due to the rugged landscape, high elevation, weather and steep trails.  Know your limits and pack what you'll need.

Grand Teton National Park is home to a variety of wild animals.  When hiking in the park, even on short and easy trails, always be alert for wildlife.  Always carry bear spray and hike in groups.

This hike begins at the Jenny Lake Trailhead. This popular hike is easy if you take the 12 minute shuttle boat ride across the lake.

Hidden Falls Trail

This trail is 2 miles round trip with the Jenny Lake Shuttle and 5.8 miles round trip via the Jenny Lake Loop Trail.

Inspiration Point Trail

The Grand Teton Lakeshore Trail begins on the backside of the Colter Bay Visitor Center.  The hike is two connecting loops that circle the inner and outer portions of the peninsula.

Lakeshore Trail

This is an easy, out and back hike that provides amazing views of the Grand Teton Mountain Range with reflections in the lake!

Taggart Lake Trail

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