A classic by any route, the Grand Teton forms the centerpiece of one of the West's most dramatic ranges. 7 miles and 5,000 vertical feet of hiking bring you to the Lower Saddle of the Grand, a breathtaking perch for a campsite, but don't expect much sleep once the evening wind kicks in. The easier routes, including the Owen-Spaulding and the Upper Exum, offer great adventure value for the inexperienced climber to second. The summit offers an exhilarating 360 view; Jackson Hole ski area looks like a molehill from up there
Grand Teton SUMMIT LOG
peakery first ascent by
people report climbing or hiking to the summit,
most recently on Aug 22, 2012.
Below are trip reports and shared pictures from their climbs.
Based on the summit log, the most popular climbing routes and hiking trails to the summit are
Upper Exum Ridge