South Landing: Jackson Lake Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"South Landing is a rounded cove near the south end of 25,000- acre Jackson Lake by Signal Mountain. The secluded bay has gorgeous views of the park’s largest lake as well as Elk Island, Donoho Point (also an island), small Marie Island, Hermitage Point, and the stunning peaks of the Teton Range. The trail descends through a lodgepole pine forest to the shoreline, rimmed with rounded rocks.
Lake Solitude is a gorgeous high mountain lake at the head of the North Fork of Cascade Canyon. The 50-acre lake sits in a glacial depression at an elevation of 9,035 feet. It is ringed by scoured mountain walls in a stunning cirque. The trail climbs up the North Fork of Cascade Canyon, in the heart of the Tetons, through sub-alpine forests, talus slopes, and meadows filled with wild flowers."