Key information: Garnet Canyon
- A short, but action-packed walk through an area popular with climbers seeking to reach the summit of the Grand Tetons.
- Stunning, close up, views of some of the highest and most iconic peaks in the Teton Range.
- This is a tough mountainous walk, on which you will have to be self-sufficient. Come prepared.
- Walkopedia rating82
- Natural interest17
- Human interest0
- Negative points0
- Total rating82
- Length: Day or less
- Maximum Altitude: around 2,800m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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Safety and problems: All walks have inherent risks and potential problems, and many of the walks featured on this website involve significant risks, dangers and problems. Problems of any sort can arise on any walk. This website does not purport to identify any (or all) actual or potential risks, dangers and problems that may relate to any particular walk.
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