The Leigh Lake Trail at Grand Teton National Park near Jenny Lake, Wyoming is a moderate 10-mile out-and-back trail that runs along the shoreline of Leigh Lake and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and landscape.
Leigh Lake Trail is a flat, out-and-back hike that follows the east coast of Leigh Lake up to Trapper and Bearpaw Lakes with awe-inspiring views of the Teton Range, including Mount Moran, Mount Woodring, and Mount St. John.
Hikers will find a very large parking lot at the coordinates provided.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
Camping and Backpacking
Backpackers will find several campsites along the trail. Please follow all rules and regulations for backpacking, dispersed, backcountry, or primitive camping.
Trail and photos provided in partnership by hike.io.
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