The Best Photography in Wyoming

Looking for the best photography in Wyoming? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Wyoming. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

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Top photography spots in and near Wyoming

  • Park County, Wyoming

    Hike to Soak in the Boiling River

    4.2
    1.25 mi
    Boiling River Hot Springs is an awesome year-round place to experience the geo-thermal energy of Yellowstone in a more personal way. The Boiling River emerges out of a spring at boiling temperature and cascades down to the banks of the Gardiner, where they intercept and form a series of pools whi...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Sunrise Hike to Mt. Washburn

    4.6
    6.4 mi / 1400 ft gain
    The parking lot for the Mt. Washburn Hike from Dunraven Pass trailhead is located about 5 miles north of Canyon Village along the Grand Loop Road. Since we wanted to reach the top of Mt. Washburn before sunrise, we began our hike 2 hours earlier. If you decide to attempt a sunrise hike, I highly ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Hike to Red Rock Point

    4.9
    0.73 mi / 348 ft gain
    Lower Grand Canyon Falls is one of the gems of Yellowstone and is the one of the most photographed spots in the park. Red Rock Point on the north side of the Yellowstone River gives amazing views up and down the canyon and is only a short .3 miles from the North Rim Road. What's crazy is how lon...
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  • Jackson, Wyoming

    Take a Dip at "Hippie" Hot Springs

    4.8
    Hippie Hot Springs is definitely one of the better kept secrets in the area. In fact, locals will probably get mad that I am even letting others know about it. Recently the Park Service has really cracked down on people illegally bathing in the more popular hot springs up near Flagg Ranch. The go...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Hike above Grand Prismatic Spring

    4.9
    1.59 mi / 150 ft gain
    Grand Prismatic Spring is Yellowstone's largest hot spring and is the third largest spring in the world. Stretching over 350 feet, it is a gargantuan pool of steaming hot and colorful water that cannot be missed while visiting the world's first national park. However, due to its size, it is impos...
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  • Moose, Wyoming

    Photograph the Grand Teton at the Snake River Overlook

    4.7
    The Snake River Overlook is a well-known stopping point in Grand Teton National Park and for good reason. You get a spectacular view of the Snake River leading up to the Grand Teton. Many people have seen Ansel Adam's famous black and white photo captured here.Visiting the overlook is great at al...
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  • Alta, Wyoming

    Hike to Phelps Lake

    4.9
    4.22 mi / 974 ft gain
    Don’t look down! You’re about to cliff jump 40 feet from a granite boulder into a lake cold with Glacier runoff. This short and beautiful hike, with a four hundred foot climb, will lead you to our favorite summertime activity…jumping and swimming! If you park at the Preserve trailhead, plan to g...
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  • Alta, Wyoming

    Explore Jenny Lake, WY

    4.8
    To get here, Is very easy. Heading north out of Jackson Wyoming, just follow the signs once you enter Grand Teton National Park for the route to Jenny Lake. You can make this a day trip for hiking the lake or you can grab a spot on its shore line for a day of swimming and relaxation. If you're lo...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Old Faithful

    4.3
    Starting at the Old Faithful Lodge, which is a sight to see in itself, several trails start out heading away the actual Old Faithful geyser. You can take either one as they form a loop so you will eventually end up back where you started. It is a combination of dirt trails and wooden walkways tha...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Drive the Grand Loop in Yellowstone NP

    4.7
    Many people who live an active our outdoor lifestyle have been to many places to climb, hike, camp, etc. Yellowstone National Park needs to be on every single persons bucket list. Sometimes you need to do the tourist thing and see the iconic sites for yourself. Yellowstone is massive and would ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Hike the Wapiti Lake Trail to Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Loop

    4.5
    5 mi
    Experience Yellowstone’s diversity with this epic loop hike.How to get there: Wapiti Lake Trailhead is located just south of Upper Falls of the Yellowstone. From Yellowstone Lake, head north on Grand Loop Road. Turn right on South Rim Dr. Just after crossing Chittenden Bridge turn right and par...
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  • Jenny Lake, Wyoming

    Delta Lake via Lupine Meadows Trailhead

    4.6
    7.16 mi / 2365 ft gain
    Delta Lake is a hidden gem in one of America's busiest national parks, Grand Teton in Wyoming. On paper, Delta Lake should be a hotspot for visitors to Grand Teton with its relatively moderate distance and elevation gain which lies in the realm of most day hikers. However, this spectacular glacia...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Explore Mammoth Hot Springs

    4.7
    These natural hot springs are crazy cool and very rare, which makes for an unforgettable trip. The hot springs are located right off of highway 89. With easy parking, restrooms and a town less than half a mile up the road this location is very convenient. The area provides boardwalks which makes ...
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  • Moran, Wyoming

    Signal Mountain Road, Grand Teton NP

    4.8
    One of the prettiest drives in the park, Signal Mountain Road is located just about a mile from the Signal Mountain Lodge. This 5 mile drive (10 miles round-trip) switchbacks up a tree-lined paved road to the top of Signal Mountain Summit. Once at the top, you will be treated to beautiful views...
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  • Alta, Wyoming

    Backpack Paintbrush and Cascade Canyons

    5.0
    19.2 mi / 4900 ft gain
    This is one of the most picturesque and popular overnight trails in the Tetons for a reason. The trailhead is located at the String Lake parking lot. The trail constantly changes at every turn; be ready to experience a wide variety of gorgeous scenes from lush dense forests, scattered waterfalls,...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Hike to Artist's Paint Pots

    4.6
    1.05 mi / 105 ft gain
    From the parking lot, follow the boardwalk pathway until you reach the springs. The hike itself is pretty self explanatory. It is a very easy hike and very short. We did this hike to break up some of the driving through Yellowstone. The hike loops around the springs and comes back to the parking ...
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