Taggart Lake is an easy trail in Grand Teton National Park that is heavily trafficked during the day and frequented by visitors of all abilities. Like most trails in GTNP, it quiets down in the late afternoon and is pretty solitary in the evening. It is a mellow 3.3 mile RT hike or run that takes you to an amazing lake with stunning views of the Tetons. My favorite thing about working in Jackson Hole is the access to Grand Teton National Park and unfortunately I feel like I don’t get to spend nearly enough time in it. Taggart was a small push to get my Teton fix as well as some fresh air. It is honestly so easy it’s more of a nature walk, but it feels pretty good to soak in the views and reconnect after a day spent primarily inside.