Get 10,000 Steps: Grand Teton Hiking Trails For All Levels!

Colter Bay Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park. You’ll be exposed to two miles of scenery (roundtrip) and 100 feet of climbing along the Colter Bay shoreline. Take in views of Jackson Lake and the Teton Range to keep you moving forward on your first hiking adventure. Allocate an hour of your day to navigate the Lakeshore Trail.

If you want to step up your hiking game, check out the Heron Pond and Swan Lake Loop trail. Start this hike at the Hermitage Point Trailhead which is also located by the Colter Bay Visitor Center. You’ll have a chance to admire scenic lake views and wildlife on a three-mile round trip hiking adventure that includes 200 feet of total climbing.

It’s estimated that this hiking trail will take about two hours to conquer. On your journey around Colter Bay, you may have a chance to see bears, elk, great blue herons, sandhill cranes, mule deer, or other wildlife in the area.

Moderate Level Hiking Trails 

If this isn’t your first time at the hiking rodeo, you may want to push yourself with a moderate level hiking experience at the Phelps Lake Overlook. This consists of two miles of hiking that begins from the Death Canyon Trailhead. During your

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