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Ditto to other reviewers regarding trail condition and views. NP has provided a great parking lot at Jenny for just bikes which was really nice.
A few weeks before our visit, the NPS website indicated there was a grizzly sow w/ cubs in the area near Jenny Lake. They were right. See photo. She was still in the area, probably planning on food rewards in the CG...
Rode from Felt to Lamont and from Ashton to Drummond. Nice trail with great views. The only problem were the cross trail ruts caused by the moles digging into the trail in the winter (and leaving mounds of dirt that are uncovered when the snow melts) and the larger mammals who burrow into the trail surface and leave either big holes or mounds. It seems that since this trail is a state park, the state needs to put a little more maintenance on the trail surface and get rid of these frequent holes. The trail surface is rough in areas. Maybe the state left it like this for authenticity? The trestles are stunning. The state is making more parking areas to spread out the use as the 5 THs were crowded on the nice Saturday we rode.
Rode from wilson to park entrance. trail is paved the entire way and even though it rides alongside the road, it really isn't that bad. watch for moose though...esp the lifesize models.
The entire jackson pathway is interconnected which the RTC map is in error. We parked at the huge transfer shuttle parking lot which is central to the main trail and spurs.
There are lots of views, turns, hills and benches. Great way to get around the "hole", esp when the main highway into the town is jammed with vehicles and the only bridge in town is under repair and 50% of the car lanes are closed...
The quality of the trail and the scenery do not get any better than this.We rode from just north of Jackson to Moose and on to Lake Jenny.Just enough elevation change to challenge once in a while but the stunning views of the Tetons and Snake River will keep you pedaling!A stop at Moose for store visit before continuing on into the park.Bring your national park pass if you have one as a fee is required for entry.The trail is open most of the way, goes north / south so make yourself aware of the prevailing winds.Wind direction does tend to be out of the south so addition work can be required on a return ride to town when the wind picks up!
My wife and I rode from Moose to Lake Jenny and back. Easy uphill going up. One short climb with a little grade but nothing challenging. We rode mid-day so we didn't see much wildlife but the mountain views are incredible. Trail is not very busy this time of year. Beautiful ride.
Best view easy ride can't wait to go back.
Been on bike paths in Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Utah, and California.
This bike path system here in Teton County / Jackson Hole is by far the best I've ever ridden, for a variety of reasons... but mainly, what other dedicated bike path network has the most gorgeous scenery any where in the entire USA [Okay... IMHO]...
I rode this trail the day before the eclipse. I did a round trip from Jackson to Jenny Lake. The trail is awesome, with great views of the Tetons all the way. Other than a couple minor climbs, its a cake ride. I parked at the Jackson Visitor's Center and despite the signs saying 2 hour parking, I asked and was able to park my car in their lot for the entire trip. The Jenny Lake store has a water bottle re-fill station with THE best water! Can't wait to go back next summer..
Rode a total of 21 miles on this trail in June, 2016 with my grandson and about the same again in June, 2017 with my wife. With the nearby mountains and meadows there is ample photo opportunity. The trail is asphalt with only minor elevation variance. If I'm ever in this area again I will be sure and ride this trail again.
My dad and I rode this trail starting at Ashton. He rides a comfort bike and I'm on a hybrid. I loved the views, but I pretty much hated the trail surface. I'm not a fan of mountain biking and that was part of my problem! It was widely variable with lots of softs spots, rocks, ruts, and other things I wasn't a fan of riding over! Also, there is no shade!
Went with my wife and 14yr son from Tetonia to Ashton. Took about 5 hours. Started about 130p and finished before 7p. It was fun and will do it again. We choose the Tetonia to Ashton direction because it's had a net downhill grade. Glad we did because this is the first bike ride for my wife and 30 miles is a long way to go for a beginner. She was a real trooper and finished in first place.
Overall it was a great ride. Beautiful scenery, easy ride and no one else on the trail.
I rode this trail from Ashton towards Tetonia on a HOT July day. Although I started before 9am the temperature was near triple digits by noon. Despite the heat, which necessitated turning around about halfway, this was a lovely ride. You can't beat the views as you bike up to Tetonia. The rivers and streams, the various crops in full bloom, the trestles and not one other person on the trail! I'm not antisocial but I do like having a trail to myself! ¿¿ A couple things to take into consideration if riding this trail: there's no water so pack plenty; use the potties when you see them as they ate few and far between; take a mountain bike as parts of the trail are rough; start in Ashton if you're planning an out and back as then on your way back when you're tired it's a downhill coast.
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