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Yeti's Loop -Southern Valley Nordic

Teton Valley

Fee: $0.00 - donations appreciated


4 miles east of Victor, ID, off ID Hwy 33 (west of Teton Pass, on ID Hwy continuation of WY Hwy 22). Access parking at Mike Harris Campground. In winter, use the plowed pullout along the side of Hwy if necessary.


Starting from the parking area, the trail heads south across a flat, open meadow.
At the first fork, take a right and continue slightly uphill. At the subsequent fork, go left to follow the loop in a clockwise direction, venturing through a picturesque lodgepole pine forest. Around 0.5 miles in, keep left for a gradual climb. The trail continues with gentle ups and downs, offering a scenic journey. At roughly 1.7 miles, the trail curves to the right, marking the loop's end. It then turns north and heads back east.

Grooming: This trail is maintained by Teton Valley Trails and Pathways (TVTAP.org). To maintain the excellent grooming of the trail consider making a donation at TVTAP.org.

Dog Note: Closed to dogs from December 15th to April 15th (New in 2020).

Enjoy your skiing adventure on the Yeti Trail, and remember to respect the dog closure period during the winter months!

This little, groomed track is located in Sherman Park near downtown Victor, Idaho. This trail offers excellent classic and skate skiing in the open area throughout the park including through the baseball fields and then over some of the features created for the summer cycle-cross track.

On several evenings the stadium lights are turned on from 6-9pm for night skiing, see tvtap.org for more details. Dogs are allowed on the trail, but please keep them under control and within voice command.

The trailhead is located on the East side of the Kotler Ice Arena, which is conveniently located across the street from Grand Teton Brewery.

Summer: a nice place for an in-town stroll.

Remember to give generously to TVTAP.org to support both winter and summer trails in Teton Valley.

Elevation gain: 98m