Coal Creek Trail

Teton Pass, Wyoming

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The Coal Creek drainage is nestled between Taylor Mountain and Mount Glory in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness. The lightly used Coal Creek Trail parallels the creek along the southern slopes of the Teton Mountains from the Idaho side of Teton Pass. The hike leads through a beautiful backcountry area to Coal Creek Meadows in an open bowl. There is a steady elevation gain all the way to the meadow.

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"The Coal Creek drainage is nestled between Taylor Mountain and Mount Glory in the Jedediah Smith Wilderness. The lightly used Coal Creek Trail parallels the creek along the southern slopes of the Teton Mountains from the Idaho side of Teton Pass. The hike leads through a beautiful backcountry area to Coal Creek Meadows in an open bowl. There is a steady elevation gain all the way to the meadow."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Teton Pass
Distance: 4.4
Elevation Gain: 700 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.5 hours
Local Contacts: Grand Teton National Park
Local Maps: USGS: Rendezvous Peak • Adventure Maps: Jackson Hole

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