The Teton Wilderness Map produced by the US Forest Service contains the most up-to-date information on access roads, trails, campsites, terrain, and points of interest within the Teton Wilderness. All wilderness maps contain contour lines, a topographic quad index andcontact phone numbers, and the vast majority contain planning tips anddescriptions of the terrain.
The state’s second largest Wilderness area straddles the Continental Divide deep in the heart of Wyoming. It is bordered on the north by Yellowstone National Park, on the east by Washakie Wilderness, and on the west by Grand Teton National Park. To the west of the Great Divide the land is dominated by timbered ridges, grassy slopes, and broad willow and sedge meadows with elevations from 7,500 feet to 9,675 feet. To the east are high plateaus broken by ridges and extensive mountain meadows with elevations from 8,000 feet to 12,165 feet.
Approximately 450 miles of trails provide access to this popular area. About half of the visitors to this area come expressly to hunt and fish. It is strongly recommend that all visitors take precautions to protect themselves against the threat of bears.
Wilderness information courtesy of Wilderness.net