Sorry I missed this - it varies widely and has been done in under 24 hours, but I'm guessing you don't want to do that. I took it slowly and did it in 10 or 11 nights. Some days I had moved camp by noon and had nothing to do but soak in the sights. You can do it in a week if you like, as long as you are reasonably fit. I carried all my food, but you can send stuff to the rangers stations and pick it up along the way.Wow, Tom. That's gorgeous! I'm jealous!I love it. I walked around it once about 15 years ago, it's a ~95 mile loop. I'd really love to do it again. I have no desire to summit, but I would do the Wonderland Trail every year if I could.
How long does that hike typically take? My buddies and I take a series of annual Manventures. This year we're headed to the Wind River range in Wyoming. The Wonderland Trail sounds promising!