Those looking for a more secluded hike will enjoy looping Two Ocean Lake. Leaving from the Two Ocean Lake Trailhead, hikers can head around the lakeshore for views of the Teton Range. In early to mid-summer, wildflowers populate the area, brightening up the landscape and making for stunning views. Don’t forget the bug spray! Due to the wet, marshy nature of the landscape, Two Ocean Lake is a popular area for mosquitos.
The Two Ocean Lake Trail is a moderate, 6.4 mi (10.3 km) loop hike with 700 ft (210 m) of elevation gain.
Two Ocean Lake
Park at the Two Ocean Lake Trailhead for access to Two Ocean Lake.
The Two Ocean Lake Trail is accessible after the snow melts in spring but is often marshy and muddy.
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The Two Ocean Lake Trail is a moderate, 6.4 mi (10.3 km) loop hike with 700 ft (210 m) of elevation gain and an average slope of 4%. The trail features elevation gain and other obstacles. Many sections of the trail are narrow and pass through dense fields and forests.
Last updated: May 17, 2022