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Hiking Trails in Teton Valley:


Best trails on the north end of Teton Valley (closer to Tetonia):
1. Tin Cup Trail (2.9 miles one-way) (moderate)
2. North Leigh to Green Lakes (5.3 miles one-way) (moderate-difficult)
3. South Leigh to Granite Basin (7.7 miles one-way) (difficult)
4. South Badger Creek Trail (5.2 miles one-way) (moderate-difficult)

Best trails in the middle of Teton Valley (closer to Driggs):
1. Table Mountain Trail (6.5 miles one-way) (difficult)
2. Alaska Basin Trail (7.5 miles one-way) (moderate-difficult)
3. Darby Canyon to Wind Caves (2.7 miles one-way) (moderate)
4. Aspen Trail (3.75 miles one-way) (moderate)
5. North Fork of Darby Canyon
6. Marys Nipple trail (1.7 miles one-way) (difficult)


Best trails on the south end of Teton Valley (closer to Victor)
1. Coal Creek to Taylor Mountain (4.25 miles one-way)
2. Oliver Peak Trail (4.2 miles one-way) (moderate-difficult)
3. Glory Mountain to Ski Lake (5.7 miles one-way) (moderate-difficult)
4. Moose Creek to Taylor Basin (5.5 miles one way) (difficult)
5. Mail Cabin to Mikesell Trail (3.5 miles one-way) (moderate)
6. Moose Creek to Moose Lake (9 miles one-way) (difficult)
7. Baldy Knoll Trail

Interactive map of the hiking in Teton Valley