Gros Ventre Pathway Access

Looking north along the paved multi-use pathway just south of Gros Ventre Junction. Vehicles on the road and Blacktail Butte to the east and the Teton Range to the west.
Gros Ventre Junction Multi-use Pathway

Quick Facts

Historical/Interpretive Information/Exhibits, Wheelchair Accessible

Access the pathway at Gros Ventre Junction to complete a twenty-mile loop in the southeastern part of the park while avoiding the main highway. Along the loop, traverse sagebrush flats home to bison and pronghorn, or continue west at Moose Junction to enter the central part of the park. Parking is very limited at Gros Ventre Junction. ADA compliant.


Persons with physical disabilities may use battery-operated transportation. Electric bicycles (e-bikes) are considered bicycles if they have fully operable pedals and an electric motor of less than 750 watts (1hp). Do not access the pathway from dusk to dawn for your safety and wildlife's safety. Please do not walk your dog on the pathway. Guide dogs-used for the sole purpose of aiding a person with a physical disability-may travel on the pathway.

Grand Teton National Park

Last updated: April 9, 2021