If you’re looking for a Grand Teton map, you’ve come to the right place; currently I’ve collected 43 free Grand Teton National Park maps to view and download. (PDF files and external links will open in a new window.) Here you’ll find a ton of maps: full park, trails, campgrounds, ski trails, and a lot more. You can also browse the best-selling Grand Teton guidebooks and maps on Amazon.
Grand Teton map from the park brochures
This is the main Grand Teton map from the official brochure, showing the roads, trails, lakes, visitor centers, and points of interest. Click the image to view a full size JPG (1.6 mb) or download the PDF (9.2 mb).
This is older Grand Teton map, which I think is a bit easier to read when printing since it’s not so heavily shaded. Click the image to view a full size JPG (700 kb) or download the PDF (3.2 mb).
Grand Teton trail maps
The maps posted below are good if you’re visiting by car, but you’ll want to buy the Grand Teton National Geographic Trails Illustrated map if you plan to do lots of hiking or backpacking. It’s much more useful for navigation as it includes topographic lines, backcountry campsites, and trail mileages. If you’re also visiting Yellowstone, you can save money by buying the Grand Teton/Yellowstone map pack, covering both parks.
This is a Lupine Meadows Trailhead map (300 kb), which shows the shortest routes to Surprise Lake, Amphitheater Lake, and Garnet Canyon. It’s located at the end of an unpaved road south of Jenny Lake.
The String Lake Trailhead map (300 kb) shows trails starting from String Lake, located between Jenny Lake and Leigh Lake. These trails provide access into Paintbrush Canyon (north) and Cascade Canyon (south).
This is a Leigh Lake Trailhead map (300 kb), showing trails to Paintbrush Canyon and along Leigh Lake to Bearpaw Lake and Trapper Lake. This is pretty much in the exact same place as the String Lake trailhead.
This is a Two Ocean Lake Trailhead map (200 kb), showing trails around Two Ocean Lake and Emma Matilda Lake, east of the Jackson Lake Lodge. These are flatter lake trails that don’t venture toward the mountains.
This is a Hermitage Point Trailhead map (200 kb), showing trails along the eastern shore of Jackson Lake near Colter Bay Village. You’ll see the village, Jackson Lake Lodge, and Signal Mountain Lodge on this map.
Grand Teton lodging map
The popular resort town of Jackson is located outside Grand Teton’s south entrance and is by far the most popular place to stay. To the right you can open a Hotels.com interactive Grand Teton lodging map centered on Jackson. But there is also lodging inside the park, so it’s worth zooming out and scrolling to see what strikes your fancy. Or compare reviews of the highest-rated Grand Teton lodging on Expedia or Hotels.com.
Grand Teton detail maps
This is a Jenny Lake map (150 kb), zooming in on this popular area of Grand Teton National Park. Here you’ll see the visitor center, boat dock, campground, restrooms, and the various trails that depart from here.
Here’s a Moose area detail map (150 kb), where the Teton Park Road intersects 191. You’ll see labels for the visitor center, park headquarters, parking, and the historic district along the Snake River.
Grand Teton winter maps
Here’s a Taggart Lake winter map (50 kb), showing the ski and snowshoe routes up to Jenny Lake from the end of the plowed road at the Taggart Lake trailhead. The road continues north for winter recreation only.
Miscellaneous Grand Teton maps
Here’s a Grand Teton bicycle map (300 kb), showing biking routes and mileages on paved and unpaved park roads. This map includes an inset showing the Jenny Lake area, which is always busy and popular.
This is a Grand Teton map showing pet-accessible trails (350 kb). Generally pets are permitted in national forest land but not on national park trails, so this map is handy to find where you can go with your dog.
This is a map of stock trails in Grand Tetons (400 kb), including inset maps for Jenny Lake and Phelps Lake. Here you can see which trails are open and closed to stock use, and where you can do off-trail riding.
Grand Teton things to do map
This interactive attractions map from TripAdvisor is a great place to start to plan your Grand Teton National Park trip; I just love reading personal reviews and learning from others’ first-hand experience. Along those same lines, I find the TripAdvisor readers’ top Grand Teton things to do list to be quite handy for trip planning. Or if you’re a fan of guided tours, you may want to spend time browsing the highest rated Grand Teton tours.
Grand Teton geologic maps
This geologic map of Grand Teton (1.4 mb) is an overview of two two digitally-based geologic maps below, including a legend identifying each rock type. The individual geologic maps below do not include legends.
Here’s a north Grand Teton geologic map (2.6 mb), focusing on the northern part of Grand Teton National Park (including Jackson Lake and the northern Teton Range) up to where it intersects with Yellowstone.
Grand Teton backcountry camping maps
The maps posted below all show different backcountry camping zones – places to camp if you’re going on an overnight backpacking trip. The National Geographic Trails Illustrated map shows where each of these zones are in the Grand Teton trail system, and is a must-have because it shows topographic lines and considerably more trail detail than any free map you’ll be able to find.
This is the Lower Paintbrush camping zone (150 kb), located upstream (west) of Leigh Lake in Paintbrush Canyon (in between Cascade Canyon and Leigh Canyon). Continue up the trail to the two camping zones below.
This is the Upper Paintbrush camping zone (200 kb), located upstream (west) of the Lower Paintbrush Zone in Paintbrush Canyon. It’s near Holly Lake. This is an open camping area where you can choose your own site.
This is the Garnet Canyon camping zone (300 kb), located just east of Tetons and commonly used among mountain climbers. There are actually several camping areas located within this single camping zone.
This is the Surprise Lake campsite (150 kb), located east of the Tetons and usually accessed through the Lupine Meadows trailhead. Here there are specific sites to camp in, rather than the dispersed zones above.
This is a map of the Phelps Lake campsite (75 kb), located east of Death Canyon and Open Canyon in the southern Grand Tetons. These are individual campsites, in contrast to the dispersed zones found elsewhere.
This map shows the five camping zones in Granite Canyon and Open Canyon (200 kb), surrounding Mount Hunt in the southern Tetons. This is in the southern part of the national park, close to Teton Village.
Grand Teton vegetation map
This vegetation map of Grand Teton National Park (3.7 mb) includes the park’s plant communities while also mapping locations where no plants grow, such as rock and ice (found at the higher elevations).
Grand Teton map prints and gifts
Printed high-resolution Grand Teton map posters and other products are available at the Grand Teton Maps store. For prints, gift ideas, and souvenirs featuring other national parks, support this site and visit the National Park Maps store; you’ll find items to bring on vacation, keep at home for the memories, or give to your park-enthusiast friends and loved ones.
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