Grand Teton Snowshoeing: Snowshoe Rentals & Tours

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Snowshoeing

Discover a winter wonderland in Grand Teton National Park by renting a pair of snowshoes and hitting the winter trails.

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Where can I go snowshoeing in Grand Teton National Park?

  • Bradley Taggart Lakes
    The most accessible location for snowshoeing through the park is at the Taggart Bradley Parking Area. Trails spider out from this trailhead and you can literally choose your own adventure. Grab a map from the Visitor Center before you head out.
  • Jenny Lake
    Starting at the same trailhead, the groomed road or well traveled trail offers a much longer journey to Jenny Lake. Bring a lunch and plan for a full day.
  • Guided Snowshoe Tour with a Ranger
    Grand Teton National Park offers guided snowshoe tours daily during the winter season. There is a $5 snowshoe rental fee but otherwise, the tour is free! Reservations required: (307) 739-3399.

Where can I find snowshoe rentals?

Unless you are joining a ranger for a snowshoe tour, snowshoe rentals are only available in Jackson. A few outdoor gear stores (try Skinny Skis) offer them for a reasonable rate.

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Other Snowshoeing Resources

National Park Service - Grand Teton Winter Trip Planner

Grand Teton National Park has many winter accessible trails for cross country skiers and snowshoers.