Cascade Canyon Trail

Hiking Tours

Cascade Canyon Trail

Enjoy this 14.6-kilometer out-and-back near Moose, Wyoming. It takes an average of 3 hours 45 minutes to finish this moderately difficult route. This is a popular backpacking, camping, and hiking region, so you'll almost certainly run into other people while exploring. This trail is best visited between June and October. Dogs are not permitted on this trail, so leave them at home.

This is an incredible hike into the Cathedral Group of the Grand Tetons. You may get to this trailhead by taking the Jenny Lake shuttle boat across the lake. During the winter, when the boat transport is unavailable, this trip can be taken by parking in the String Lake Trailhead parking lot and walking. Begin your adventure there.

The Cascade Canyon Trail will take you to the heart of Grand Teton National Park. This popular climb will take you from the lake's side at the boat dock up to the 200-foot-tall Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point, both of which provide magnificent views of Jenny Lake and the National Park. Many people will turn around here, but continuing up Cascade Creek makes for an excellent day trek.


Cascade Canyon is a popular entry point to a huge network of hiking trails, many of which are utilized as overnight backpacking routes. By taking a right at the end of this road, you can carry on to Lake Solitude.

This is an excellent trail for seeing wildlife. Keep an eye out for Keep an eye out for moose and bears, who are known to frequent this area.