Snake River Fisherman’s Trail

Elk, Wyoming

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The Snake River Fisherman’s Trail follows the serpentine Snake River along an unofficial angler and animal path. This hike is an opportunity to stroll along the banks of the river in the solitude of a quiet, private setting with dramatic views of the Tetons (and perhaps do a little fishing). The trail winds through stands of cottonwood, aspen, fir, pine, and spruce trees.

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"The Snake River Fisherman’s Trail follows the serpentine Snake River along an unofficial angler and animal path. This hike is an opportunity to stroll along the banks of the river in the solitude of a quiet, private setting with dramatic views of the Tetons (and perhaps do a little fishing). The trail winds through stands of cottonwood, aspen, fir, pine, and spruce trees."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Elk
Distance: 2
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Local Contacts: Bridger Teton National Forest
Local Maps: USGS: Moran
Driving Directions: Directions to Snake River Fisherman’s Trail

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May 2018