Yellowstone / Grand Teton Rail Trail - Ashton to Tetonia
ElevationAscent: 1,131' 345 m
Descent: -352' -107 m
High: 6,104' 1,860 m
Low: 5,274' 1,607 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 7% (4°)
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“Farm land for miles and miles but with a spectacular surprises along the way”— Joseph States
You can expect beautiful wooded areas on the northern end and waves farmland and a few tressels on the Sothern end of the Rail Trail. You can also expect to enjoy an ever-changing view of the Teton Mountain Range.
The Oregon Pacific Rail lines were established to provide tourist access to the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in 1908 and 1913.
The running surface is dirt and gravel but obviously, maintain easy RR grades throughout.
What can we say? Loads of farmland....
Trestles at 3.6 mi, 6.3 mi, and 19.4 mi. If you are afraid of heights just stay in the center. There are great views at each. This trail crosses 18 well-traveled roads, be careful at each.
FROM WARM RIVER CAMP: (8.5 mi)
Head southwest on Warm River Campground Rd toward Yellowstone Branch Line Trail 486 ft
Keep left to stay on Warm River Campground Rd 0.5 mi
Turn left onto ID-47 S/Mesa Falls Scenic Byway 2.8 mi
Turn right onto E 1400 N 3.4 mi
Turn left onto N 3700 E 0.5 mi
Turn right onto 1350 N 1.0 mi
Turn left onto N 3600 E 0.2 mi
FROM DRIGGS: (9.8 mi)
Turn left onto ID-33 W 5.0 mi
Turn left onto W 4000 N 2.5 mi
Turn right onto N 3000 W 2.0 mi
Turn left onto Egbert Ave 0.3 mi
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Land Manager: Idaho State Parks and Recreation - Harriman State Park