Wyoming’s iconic Tetons have been beckoning adventurers for centuries. But for those willing to take (hike) the road less traveled, Grand Teton National Park is home to some incredibly special surprises too! Death Canyon is one especially beautiful area, blissfully tucked away from the crowds. This diverse, overlooked canyon and thru-hike packs some of Wyoming’s most breathtaking sights into a surprisingly easy hike in GTNP. On your next national park road trip, forgo the traditional Instagram views of the Tetons and immerse yourself in a heavenly new side of this spectacular national park.


Grand Teton National Park is home to such indescribable natural beauty – there’s always something new to explore! If you’ve been itching to visit (or re-visit) the Tetons, it’s impossible to go wrong here. But there’s no denying that Death Canyon is one of the best hikes in the GTNP, especially if you’re looking to escape the beaten path and see Wyoming from a new perspective.

For some easy, gorgeous hikes in Wyoming that are more on the short and sweet side, we’ve got you covered. 

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