10 Best Multi-Day Hikes in the National Parks

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2. GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING

Hike: Teton Crest Trail
When to Go: Mid-July to Mid-September
One Way: 37 Miles, Six Days
Level: Moderate Backpacking Trip

The signature hike of Grand Teton National Park threads its way along the interior spine of the Teton Range, joining high divides and passes, alpine lakes, and intimate looks at those iconic craggy summits. The brief hiking season coincides with a supernova burst of color—carpets of lupine and streams choked with mountain bluebells. At Fox Creek Pass you’ll get sweeping views of Jackson Hole in Wyoming and Teton Valley in Idaho. And starting in Hurricane Pass, every view for several miles frames the three Tetons in all their glory.

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