Fee: $0.00 - donations appreciated
Alta WY is located on Ski Hill Road, 4.6 miles east of Driggs town center (Hwy ID33). Parking for this trail is located in the lot on the West side of the Episcopal Church in Alta, WY. Please do not park in the small Alta Library lot -reserved for Library customers only.
Parking: The trailhead parking is situated in the parking lot on the west side of the Episcopal Church in Alta. Please be considerate and avoid parking in the small Alta Library lot, which is reserved exclusively for library customers.
Trail Description: The Alta, Wyoming Ski Trail commences between the Church and Library buildings in Alta, Wyoming. This beautiful ski trail takes you on a journey through open, rolling farm fields and the tranquil rural neighborhood of Alta. The trail system offers multiple loops, giving you the flexibility to tailor your skiing experience to your liking. When you explore all the loops, you'll cover a total distance of approximately 10 kilometers. Throughout your ski, you'll be treated to magnificent views of the Grand Teton and the Grand Targhee Ski Area, visible from various points along the trail.
Skiing Experience: The Alta, Wyoming Ski Trail provides an exceptional skiing experience, suitable for both classic and skate skiing. The trail unfolds on open, gently rolling terrain, offering a delightful winter adventure. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but it's essential for owners to ensure their dogs are under control and within voice command. Please note that the trail does not permit the use of fat bikes, walking, or snowshoeing.
Directions: The trail begins in Alta, WY, situated between the Church and Library buildings. The trail primarily features rolling terrain, with no significant uphill stretches. As you ski along this trail, you'll be treated to magnificent views of the Grand Teton and the Grand Targhee Ski Area from various points along the route. To return, simply retrace your path back to the trailhead in Alta, Wyoming.
Winter Grooming: The grooming of the Alta, Wyoming Ski Trail is diligently maintained by the local non-profit organization known as "Teton Valley Trails and Pathways" (TVTAP). Please donate to TVTAP to support their grooming. To stay informed about grooming schedules and trail conditions visit: JHNordic.com/Grooming/.
A note to Dog Owners: Dogs are permitted on the trail, but owners are kindly requested to ensure their dogs remain under control and within voice command.
Fat Bikers, Walkers, or Snowshoers: No fat bikes, walkers or snowshoes, please. Please respect these guidelines when visiting.