Enos Lake Loop

Moran Junction, Wyoming

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This is a near loop that requires 1.5 miles of road walking between the Box Creek and Clear Creek Trailheads. You can go all the way to Enos Lake by mid-June most years. In late summer, flowing water may be scarce. During the June snowmelt you have to cross snowmelt streams, but none of the fords are difficult. Much of the hike goes through the weird remains of the Teton Tornado, a most unusual pile of forest rubble from the great wind event of 1987. Highlights: The earliest access (mid-June most years) deep into the Teton Wilderness; wildlife; Enos Lake.

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"This is a near loop that requires 1.5 miles of road walking between the Box Creek and Clear Creek Trailheads. You can go all the way to Enos Lake by mid-June most years. In late summer, flowing water may be scarce.

During the June snowmelt you have to cross snowmelt streams, but none of the fords are difficult. Much of the hike goes through the weird remains of the Teton Tornado, a most unusual pile of forest rubble from the great wind event of 1987. Highlights: The earliest access (mid-June most years) deep into the Teton Wilderness; wildlife; Enos Lake."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Moran Junction
Distance: 20
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: Backpack
Season: Best June through September
Trailhead Elevation: 7,100 feet
Top Elevation: 8,800 feet
Local Contacts: Bridger-Teton National Forest, Buffalo and Jackson Ranger Districts
Local Maps: USGS Rosies Ridge, Gravel Mountain, Joy Peak, Angle Mountain
Driving Directions: Directions to Enos Lake Loop

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May 2018