Jackson Lake Signal Mountain to Colter Bay

Moran, Wyoming

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This trip offers a lot of variety as you paddle north from the boat launch at Signal Mountain, around Hermitage Point, and through the protected inlets and channels eventually leading into Colter Bay. All or part of this route can be paddled since it is either round-trip or cut in half by a shuttle. The entire round trip is 12 miles. Options include paddling the route in reverse on the return or making arrangements for a shuttle pickup at Colter Bay, cutting the trip in half. Views of the Teton Range are spectacular throughout and the wildflowers are equally magnificent. Be aware of afternoon winds and accompanying waves. Attractions include inlets, bays, and islands; plus, fishing and bird life.

Jackson Lake: Signal Mountain to Colter Bay Professional Review and Guide

"This trip offers a lot of variety as you paddle north from the boat launch at Signal Mountain, around Hermitage Point, and through the protected inlets and channels eventually leading into Colter Bay. All or part of this route can be paddled since it is either round-trip or cut in half by a shuttle.

The entire round trip is 12 miles. Options include paddling the route in reverse on the return or making arrangements for a shuttle pickup at Colter Bay, cutting the trip in half. Views of the Teton Range are spectacular throughout and the wildflowers are equally magnificent. Be aware of afternoon winds and accompanying waves. Attractions include inlets, bays, and islands; plus, fishing and bird life."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Moran
Distance: 12
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 4 - 6 hours
Season: June through September
Local Contacts: Grand Teton National Park, 307-739-3399
Local Maps: USGS Moran, Jenny Lake, and Colter Bay
Driving Directions: Directions to Jackson Lake: Signal Mountain to Colter Bay

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