This is a highly popular hike in the Grand Teton National Park. Expect the parking lot to be full, but parking is allowed on the street. Even though the parking area seems overflowing, the trails still offer enough space for an enjoyable hike. This hiking area offers a number of options, allowing you to adjust your hike to your ability and level of adventure. The hike to Taggart Lake is the easiest, and most travelled. This is an easy hike for children, and the shoreline of the lake offers lots of opportunity for exploration. The hike to Bradley lake adds some elevation, with a couple of switch backs, but the altitude gain is still reasonable and makes this hike easily accessible. The views of the Grand Teton Peaks from this hike are stunning, as well as great views of Taggart and Bradley Lakes.