Hikes at Signal Mountain

Grand Teton National Park

Mountains and a lake as seen from an elevated viewpoint.
Hiking up Signal Mountain offers panoramic views of Jackson Hole

NPS Photo/S. Carroll

Hiking up Signal Mountain offers stunning views of the Teton Range and Jackson Hole. One moderate hike leaves from Signal Mountain. To access the trail, follow the Teton Park Road and turn at Signal Mountain. Park at the lodge and follow trail signs.

Always be prepapred when hiking in Grand Teton. Carry water for every member of your group, be alert to your surroundings, and understand your limitations on distance and elevation gain. Wildlife—such as bears—is commonly active in the area. Never approach a wild animal. To check current trail conditions and bear activity, stop at a visitor center to talk with a ranger.
Day Hikes
  • Grand Teton National Park

    Signal Mountain Trail

    • Activity Fee: Yes
    • Reservations: No
    • Activity: Front-Country Hiking
    • Pets: No
    • Location: Signal Mountain
    • Duration: 3–4 Hours
    • Season: Summer, Fall
    • Time of Day: Day
    Mountains and a lake as viewed from a high vantage point.

    Hike up Signal Mountain for panoramic views of Jackson Hole.

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Last updated: October 15, 2019