Bradley and Taggart Lakes

Bradley and Taggart Lakes

Bradley and Taggart lakes are two of the original six lakes of GTNP. While they’ve been joined by dozens of others, they’re still worth a visit, especially because the hiking trails to both are among the shortest and flattest in the park. Taggart, guarding the mouth of Avalanche Canyon, is the more southerly of the two. Bradley Lake is smaller, but gets far fewer visitors.

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