This list represents the most popular hiking in Wyoming. Use this list to plan your next Wyoming hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 The Grand Teton Loop (Backpacking)
A classic circuit around the high peaks of the Teton Range. This hike, along with the Teton Crest, offers up the real stuff. ...
#2 Jenny Lake
A loop hike around the shoreline of a centerpiece of Grand Teton National Park. The mouth of Cascade Canyon around Hidden ...
#3 Mirror Lake and Lost Twin Lakes
Located 50 miles east of Worland, in the southwestern sector of the Bighorn National Forest. A long day hike or 2-to 3-day ...
#4 Cloud Peak
Located 50 miles east of Worland, in the southwestern sector of the Bighorn National Forest. An exciting and especially beautiful ...
#5 Sky Pilot (Backpacking)
A spectacular loop through the northern heart of the Wind River Range. This route makes a nice loop through the heart of ...
#6 Death Canyon Trail
Grand Teton National Park, WY
Death Canyon Trail is a hiking trail in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. It is within Grand Teton National Park. It is 9.4 miles long ...
#7 Circle Park / Willow Lake
Located 17 miles south of Buffalo, in the very southeastern corner of the Cloud Peak Wilderness. An overnighter into the ...
#8 Black Canyon of the Yellowstone (Backpacking)
An unusual trip along the majestic Yellowstone River nearly the entire route. The Black Canyon of the Yellowstone is one ...
#9 Lizard Head Trail
Popo Agie Wilderness Area, WY
Lizard Head Trail is a hiking trail in Fremont County, Wyoming. It is within Popo Agie Wilderness Area. It is 4.8 miles long ...
#10 Bearpaw and Trapper lakes
A fairly long, but flat route to four mountain lakes
#11 Rendezvous Mountain and Granite Canyon
A scenic, mostly downhill route with overnight option.
#12 Bradley Lake
For details on the first part of this route, refer to the String Lake and Leigh Lake hike descriptions. When you leave Leigh ...
#13 Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes Lupine Meadows Trailhead
Jenny Lake, WY
The Lupine Meadows trailhead is the access point into Garnet Canyon, a steep, backcountry canyon that drains from the park’s ...
#14 Boiling River
Yellowstone National Park, WY
Boiling River is a hiking trail in Park County, Wyoming. It is within Yellowstone National Park. It is 1.5 miles long and ...
#15 Sinks Canyon
Located 7 miles southwest of Lander, on the Middle Fork of the Popo Agie River. A gentle day hike that explores the foothills ...
#16 Bunsen Peak Trail
Bunsen Peak Trail is a hiking trail in Park County, Wyoming. It is within Yellowstone National Park. It is 4.0 miles long ...
#17 Beaver Ponds Trail
Beaver Ponds Trail is a hiking trail in Park County, Wyoming. It is within Yellowstone National Park. It is 4.5 miles long ...
The Vedauwoo area (pronounced VAY-da-voo), an Arapaho Indian word meaning “earth born,” has been used through the ages by ...
#19 Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes
Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes sit on a bench beneath the high cliffs and snow-covered slopes of Disappointment Peak. Amphitheater ...
#20 Laramie Peak
Located 45 miles directly south of Douglas. A fairly steep day hike to the highest summit in the Laramie Range.
The hike is advertised as easy, but has significant altitude gains See More
Loved it!! Easy/moderate and shaded hike 🙌🏼