Jackson Hole Hiking Bradley-Taggart Trail
The Bradley Taggart Trailhead in Grand Teton National Park offers spectacular views of the Teton Range in Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole Hiking

Looking to the south of Yellowstone National Park, it's easy to be taken in by the Teton Mountain Range. This smaller range located on the border of Wyoming and Idaho is beautiful to behold, displaying a majestic silhouette with two striking main peaks. Grand Teton and Mount Moran are the highest points, and attract a number of adventurous climbers every year. Hiking trails also abound in the mountains, snaking through lush forests and traveling along bubbling streams.

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When planning a visit to the greater Yellowstone area, dropping in on Jackson Hole should definitely be on the roster. The majority of the Teton Mountain Range can be found in the Grand Teton National Park, which is located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming--a favorite vacation destination boasting a wide range of activities from scenic whitewater rafting to hiking and horseback riding.

Planning a Jackson Hole Hiking Vacation
A great way to plan any sort of vacation in Jackson Hole is through JacksonHoleJournal.net. This online vacation guide can help visitors determine the best hotels to stay at, the tastiest restaurants to dine in and the most exciting activities to take part in. Jackson Hole is perfect for the traveler on a budget as its many hiking trails can make up the majority of any Jackson Hole vacation. In fact, there are over 4,000 miles of trails to hike.

Check in with JacksonHoleJournal.net and set up a hike with a group. Although hiking alone is typically safe and easy, hiking the trails with a guide is a wonderful way to take in all there is to see. Get up close and personal with the Teton Mountain Range by hiking your way through its trails: You'll come away with stunning photographs and great memories.