• Trails

Cache Creek

The Cache Creek and Greater Snow King Trail Systems on the Bridger-Teton National Forest have the most dense concentration of trails in Jackson Hole. Running, cycling, hiking, and horseback riding options are just minutes from town.

Be prepared to share-the-trail as the first mile near the trailhead can be crowded at certain times of day. Even with the heavy use this area receives, wildlife is abundant and includes moose, bear, mountain lion, deer and many bird species. Make sure to pay attention to your surroundings and be prepared to encounter wildlife on the trail.

Game Creek

Game Creek flows through a beautiful canyon on the Bridger-Teton National Forest just south of Jackson. The Game Creek Trail snakes through a meadow, with marshes and wildflowers. Then, it connects to other trails, including the Cache Creek Trail that takes you through to the Cache Creek Trailhead.

  • Starting from the town square, follow Broadway towards the National Elk Refuge and St. John’s Hospital.
  • Turn right, at the stop sign, onto Redmond Drive.
  • In .4 miles, turn left onto Cache Creek Drive.
  • Follow Cache Creek Drive for 1.2 miles until you arrive at the Cache Creek Trailhead.
  • Starting from the town square, follow Broadway towards the National Elk Refuge and St. John’s Hospital.
  • Continue on Broadway until the National Elk Refuge, then turn right onto Nelson Drive.
  • After .2 miles turn left to stay on Nelson Drive.
  • Just ahead you will see a small parking area at Nelson Drive Trailhead.
  • From the town square, head west on Broadway for 2 miles.
  • Continue on US-189 S/US-191 S/US-26 W/US-89 S for 5.8 miles.
  • Then, turn left onto Game Creek Road.
  • In .9 miles, the trailhead will be on your left.
Cache Game Winter Trailmap

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Munger Mountain

Munger Mountain offers incredible views of the Jackson Hole area in a more remote setting than Cache or Game Creek.

This shared use area is open seasonally to single-track motorcycle riding from July 1st – September 9th.

  • From the Town of Wilson, WY, turn left onto Fall Creek Road and continue for 10.6 miles.
  • Trailhead parking is on the right side of the road just before Red Top Meadows. Cross Fall Creek Road from the parking lot to access the trailhead.
Munger Mountain
Munger Mountain Trailmap

Teton Pass

The Teton Pass Trail Network is a system of multi-use trails located between the town of Wilson, the summit of Teton Pass, and Phillips Canyon. The trail system is a short drive west of Jackson and is a popular destination for day-hiking, biking, and skiing.

  • From downtown Wilson, WY drive towards Idaho on Hwy. 22.
  • Continue 4 miles to Phillips Pass Trailhead on the right side of the road.
  • Overflow parking on the left side of the road.
  • Alternately, continue on Hwy 22 to the summit of Teton Pass for the Teton Pass Trailhead parking on the left side of the road.
Teton Pass