Rocky Mountain Way | Mountain Bike the Tetons

Rocky Mountain Way is a great little connector between Mill Creek and the Andy's/Buffalo Soldier junction.

Access

This trail can be accessed from the base area at Grand Targhee [Directions to resort from Driggs, ID].

Options

This trail can be ridden as an out-and-back starting at the base area of Grand Targhee Resort by climbing Andy’s or Action Jackson to the Junction of Andy’s, Buffalo Soldier and Action Jackson and descending Rocky Mountain Way to Mill Creek; as a longer ride by adding Buffalo Soldier and or Colter’s Escape; as an even longer ride by continuing down Mill Creek to Teton Canyon.

Suggested route including this trail would be to climb Action Jackson, round Buffalo Soldier counter-clockwise, descend Colter’s Escape to Mill Creek, climb back up to the ridge via Rocky Mountain Way and head back down Andy’s to the base for a beer.

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Rocky Mountain Way is a great little connector between Mill Creek and the Andy's/Buffalo…

Trail Status: Excellent

Trail Condition: Dry

Distance: 3.54 km (2.2 mi)

Difficulty: Easy

Min Elevation: 2354 m (7724 ft)

Max Elevation: 2527 m (8292 ft)

Total Elevation +/-: 68 m (224 ft) / - 246 m (808 ft)

Min Grade: 24 %

Max Grade: -45 %

Recorded: 9/26/2015 4:48pm

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