Wyoming Is Home To The Best Backpacking Trail In The Country And You’ll Want To Hike It
Western Wyoming is absolutely breathtaking, as anyone who has ever hiked around the Tetons can confirm! When you’re looking for your next outdoor challenge, consider planning a backpacking trip along the Teton Crest Trail. It’s far from the easiest trek in the state, but after a few days of high elevation hiking, you will feel like you’re on top of the world.
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In order to hike the Teton Crest Trail, you’ll need to secure a permit. Visit the National Park Service website for more information. Many people leave their car at the Jenny Lake Visitor’s Center and take a shuttle to the trailhead, but if you choose to leave your car elsewhere, be prepared to pay for a shuttle bus back at the end of your journey. You can find more information about hiking the Teton Crest Trail via CleverHiker, here.