After a 6.4 mile hike, this trail dead ends on Table Mountain, a noted point for viewing the Tetons and Cascade Canyon. The trail is maintained and most of it is easily hiked, although some portions are steep. The change in elevation is over 4,000 feet, so be prepared for a workout. Due to the north facing slopes, this trail is not recommended for early season use, as snow can remain on the trail until mid July. Horse use is not recommended on the last half of this trail. Hikers should also plan on plenty of company when hiking this heavily used route.
At a Glance
To see how Table Mountain looks, go to the TetonCam.