Photo of Yeti's Loop

Yeti's Loop

Teton Valley ID (Teton West Slope & Big Hole Mountains)

3.0mi

Access via: 4 miles east of Victor ID, off ID Hwy 33 (west of Teton Pass, on ID Hwy continuation of WY Hwy 22). Park at the access parking Mike Harris Campground (depending on winter plowing conditions, you may need to park on the plowed pullout along the side of Hwy).

Fee: $0.00 - donations appreciated


The Yeti Trail is a new (2019) trail groomed by Teton Valley Trails and Pathways (TVTAP.org), with easy access from Victor and only 20 mines from Wilson. Approx 3 miles long, a gently rolling trail into the lodgepole pine forest, paralleling the power line (though far enough away to not be noticed). Dog friendly, and wide enough for a classic and skate track.
Trail starts by heading south from the parking area, along the flat, open meadow. At first fork, bear right, slightly uphill. At next fork, stay left to ski the loop in clockwise direction through a lovely lodgepole pine forest..

At .5 miles, stay left on continual gradual climb. Trail continues rolling in gentle ups and downs. At approximately 1.7 miles, the trail begins to circle to the right, the end of the loop, and turn north, then back east. Return trail with rolling , easy hills- well suited for both skate and classic xc skiing.

Please support TVTAP's superb grooming by purchasing a nordic ski/fat bike sticker or donating at TVTAP.org.

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