Old Pass Road

Bridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming

Elevation Gain2,035ft
Trailhead Elevation8,430ft
Elevation Min/Max6536/8430ft
Elevation Start/End8430/8430ft

Old Pass Road

Old Pass Road is a hiking and biking trail in Teton County, Wyoming. It is within Bridger-Teton National Forest. It is 3.7 miles long and begins at 8,430 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 7.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,035 feet. The Teton Pass parking is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Phillips Connector, Powerline Jumps, Parallel Trail, History Trail and Fuzzy Bunny.

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Best Easy Day Hikes Jackson Hole (Falcon Guides)
Dina Mishev
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"Whether you’re looking for a handicapped-accessible hike with a wilder feel than you’d get on any of the town and county’s pathways or a hike where you don’t need to constantly watch the ground in front of you, look no further than hiking Old Pass Road to the snowmelt-fed Crater Lake. There is the option to return to the trailhead via a gentle singletrack trail through aspen and coniferous forest, or you can retrace your route along the road that, between 1913 and 1969, was the main road over Teton Pass. The hike up Old Pass Road to Crater Lake is a popular dog walk. While there isn’t any water along the road, Crater Lake is a wonderful canine swimming hole. The views from Old Pass Road are not spectacular, but it is a nice, easy place to walk in the outdoors, and maybe to see a moose."
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Trail Information

Bridger-Teton National Forest
Nearby City
Bridger-Teton National Forest
Dog-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Skill Level
Bridger–Teton National Forest, Jackson Ranger District; (307) 739-5400
Local Contacts
Bridger–Teton National Forest Teton Pass Area
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