Grand Teton National Park stretches high above northwest Wyoming, encompassing 310,000 acres of snowcapped peaks and 200 miles of steep, rugged trail. Yellowstone National Park spans three states and a supervolcano, and has geothermic features such as geysers and hot springs that are found in few other spots on Earth.
The editors at Backpacker have created an extensive collection of popular trails and trips for hiking and backpacking Wyoming.
The perfect dozen: Embark on one of these 12 treks, and turn America's most iconic preserves into your own private paradise.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Montana
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A bill advances that would allow paddlers, kayakers, and other hand-propelled watercraft on 450 miles of rivers and streams in Grand Teton and Yellowstone.
It may be in a popular park, but you won't find any crowds on this underappreciated trail.
These 9 miles of mountain madness, from Paintbrush Divide to Hurricane Pass, are among the best 100 miles of trail in the whole national park system.