Idaho Border to Moran Junction

Jackson, Wyoming

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Located in Grand Teton National Park. This ride follows a rough dirt road for the first 25 miles and then joins the main paved road through Grand Teton National Park. The route starts at the Idaho border and follows a tree-lined dirt road into Targhee National Forest and past Grassy Lake. This road would be annoying in a car due to the numerous, deep potholes; it is well-suited for biking. Overnight camping is possible at Grassy Lake or, upon entering Grand Teton National Park, at several developed campsites adjacent to the road. In the national park, camping is allowed only in designated campsites; no dispersed camping is allowed. Each campsite is equipped with a cast-iron bear-National Forest Boundary.

Idaho Border to Moran Junction Professional Review and Guide

"Located in Grand Teton National Park. This ride follows a rough dirt road for the first 25 miles and then joins the main paved road through Grand Teton National Park. The route starts at the Idaho border and follows a tree-lined dirt road into
Targhee National Forest and past Grassy Lake. This road would be annoying in a car due to the numerous, deep potholes; it is well-suited for biking.


Overnight camping is possible at Grassy Lake or, upon entering Grand Teton National Park, at several developed campsites adjacent to the road. In the national park, camping is allowed only in designated campsites; no dispersed camping is allowed. Each campsite is equipped with a cast-iron bear-National Forest Boundary."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Jackson
Distance: 51.7
Elevation Gain: 1,980 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: One day.
Season: This route can be taken in the late spring through the fall, but it is best from July through mid-September.
Trailhead Elevation: 5,600 feet
Top Elevation: 7,350 feet
Local Contacts: Grand Teton National Park 307-739-3300
Local Maps: USGS Sheep Falls, Hominy Peak, Grassy Lake Reservoir, Survey Peak, Flagg Ranch, Colter Bay, Two Ocean Lake, Moran. Other suitable maps in 1:100,000 scale include BLM surface ownership maps for Yellowstone National Park South and Jackson Lake. Also, the National Park Service has a Grand Teton National Park map and the U.S. Forest Service has a Bridger-Teton National Forest map.
Driving Directions: Directions to Idaho Border to Moran Junction

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May 2018