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wandern
schnee
13 days ago

trail percorso agli inizi di settembre 2019 tempo terribile..ha piovuto/nevicato/grandinato ininterrottamente per tutta la durata del trail ...ma nonostante questo..nonostante ci fosse una visibilità di qualche metro e non più..è stato un percorso bellissimo :) purtroppo nn abbiamo visto nessun animale il percorso non ha difficoltà particolari, bisogna solo aver voglia di camminare perché il percorso è davvero lungo..sembra davvero di nn arrivare mai noi personalmente siamo partiti dal parcheggio dello string lake..costeggiando il jenny lake per qualche miglio e poi abbiamo seguito le indicazioni per solitude lake (tutto ciò per paura di non riuscire a prendere il battello al ritorno, mi sembra che l’ultima corsa in quel periodo fosse alle 17(?)..non ricordo esattamente comunque per nn avere vincoli abbiamo escluso il battello) se posso essere d’aiuto per eventuali informazioni lascio la mi mail biffi.eleonora@virgilio.it

wandern
schnee
17 days ago

Snowshoes out to Phelps Lake yesterday. Trail has been heavily used by snowshoeing and cross country skiers. Trail was well marked despite the snow levels. Hikers need to go prepared for very cold winter conditions in backcountry. It was 9 below zero at the start of our hike. Beautiful lake scenery made the hike worth the effort.

wandern
eisig
schnee
scrambling
steinig
25 days ago

One of my top 3 fav hikes of all time!!!!! The boulder field and scramble climb to the top was gnarly but soo much fun!!!! As long as you have good route finding skills and are in good physical shape you’re set. Not really technical I’d say but just have good footing and be aware. Like others have said you can easily get off track. Did this hike last week of August!

wandern
1 month ago

We looped it so it was only 19-20 miles for us. First 4 miles have incline but after that it’s pretty flat. Different types of views and there’s a 2-3 mile meadow section. Saw a moose and a black bear. You can back country camp 7 miles in with food containers available. Wouldn’t necessarily recommend because the views don’t go high up, but it is pretty!

schneeschuhwandern
schnee
1 month ago

Great place to snowshoe and get lost in the magic and solitude of the Park during winter! Went 11/30 and got a late start, about 2:15pm, so only did a small portion of the trail, out and back.

wandern
1 month ago

One of my favorite hikes of all time. Northside of paintbrush divide is a little sketchy, but even if you go north from the gondola make it to the paintbrush divide and hike back down to lake solitude and out, its simply breathtaking. We hiked it first week of August 2018. There were some biting flies on death canyon shelf but only there. Flowers were EVERYWHERE! Do not miss this hike!

wandern
1 month ago

One of my all time favorite hikes. I did this hike years ago in August and saw no one. Skinny dipped in the lake. Felt an earthquake centered in the nearby Lavender Hills. Found some fossils and left them there for the next hiker. This hike made me fall in love with Wyoming.

wandern
schlammig
schnee
1 month ago

A super easy scenic trail. Started late but no issues. Spotted a coyote and if course, bison.

Hello! I am a 24 year old relatively experienced hiker. However I've never done anything this long or intense before. So I wanted to make a post to ask if any folks would like to join me at some point in summer 2020 for a group trip to the summit. My email is scottcampbell2511@yahoo.com, feel free to email me if you're interested!

We only hiked about half way around the lake in late August. The trail travels thru forested areas and open meadows. We saw on large black bear running full speed across the meadow and up into the tree line before we even reached the lake. Head counterclockwise around the lake back thru dense forested areas, and eventually opening back up to views of the lake. Camped at DR2 a beautiful large site with amazing views of sunset and sunrise over the lake. Small path down to the shore to the lake to filter water. A pit latrine a distance from the campsite.

Nice day hike loop trail. Very well marked. Many side trail options .

wandern
schnee
2 months ago

Nice trail - about 1.5 in snow got too deep for us - wish we had our snow shoes with us.

Absolutely wonderful area for backpacking and photography. You are likely to encounter some other hikers during peak season, but the beauty of the area makes it worthwhile. I did a trip where I stayed at Island Lake for 3 nights and did day hikes in the Titcomb Basin and Indian Basin. Here is a trip report with lots of pictures that describes the route: https://backpackers-review.com/trip-reports/titcomb-basin-wind-river-range/

wandern
kein schatten
3 months ago

We only hiked a short distance to kill some time before we could check in at the hotel. It was super windy and there's nothing to block the wind where we were on the open plains.

Did it clockwise on Oct. 14th. Very snowy starting just before solitude lake and persisting over 2km past Holly lake. Given wind loading tracks are hard to follow at times and poles were a necessity. Snow shoes would have been great for the paintbrush divide after the initial descent.

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

wandern
abseits des Weges
schnee
3 months ago

Completed this trail on 10/12/19. I did it clockwise. The hike up to Lake Solitude was great especially with the sun out. Then the snow deepened quickly when I started up the paintbrush divide. It was manageable, tried my best to walk on the rocks on the edge but it took me close to 2 and half hours to get to the top of the divide with a lot of frustration in between. The views are spectacular and make you forgot your pain and misery until you realise your you have to hike down. The hike down to paintbrush valley is tricky, there are some switch backs that are barely visible through the snow about 100m or so from the sign but I choose to drop in and cut into the trail which I thought was dangerous due to the depth of the snow, but following the trail seemed more dangerous, beware of the snow ledge as well you don't know how stable it is. Discerning the trail is not easy, I ended up following someone else footprints down to Holly Lake. The snow is about 2-3ft deep down to Holly Lake and sometimes you punch though a gap in the rocks so be careful! Past Holly is fine as the trail is clear to see and reasonably firm but it is long. Snowshoes would be really helpful, do it on a sunny day and leave plenty of time, it took me about 9.5hrs. Would love to see this in the summer!

wandern
schlammig
schnee
3 months ago

Another amazing hike in the snow (and mud) as the temperatures increased. Hiked out to junction with Yellowstone Trail and had spectacular view of the river and Mt. Washburn. Wildlife spotted included bison, bald eagle and a snowy owl. Lots of elk tracks.

schlammig
schnee
3 months ago

Amazing hike today! Highlight of trip was a badger near the junction to Specimen Ridge Trail. Sat and watched her for 15 minutes. Also spotted Bald Eagles, elk and grizzly in the distant. Very snowy and muddy but warmed up to 34 so very comfortable besides wet feet.

I didn't complete the full trail. I hiked up the backside of the mountain starting at forest road 103 (must have a 4x4). The distance was 3.7 miles up, then down. Awesome views! Not highly trafficked.

We hiked this trail yesterday, 10/8 and went to the divide and then back the same way as there was no visible trail beyond that point and very deep snow. It is an amazing hike with lots of great views! The trail had a lot of packed snow lower down and the second half had snow that was 2-3 ft deep which made for a slow and wet ascent. As we got closer to the divide the wind was gusting quite a bit with tiny ice particles stinging our faces. We were prepared with warm clothing, water proof footwear and crampons. We did the round trip in about 8.5 hours with stops for food and photos. Would love to hike again in summer.

wandern
schlammig
schnee
3 months ago

The beginning of this hike was really easy and great-- very casual winding road up to the top. The snow melting caused a lot of mud, and made for an unpleasant return down the mountain. We thought the rating was weirdly overestimated... until we got to the summit where the trail turned to snow. Closer to the top by the watch tower is insanely windy-- almost enough to blow us around. The wind was icy and driving snow for a good 10 minutes of walking up until you got to the tower. Even though that kicked our butt, the trail was incredibly worth it for the views. We didn't run into any wildlife, but make sure you bring bear spray just in case! All in all it was a pretty casual hike, and way worth the trek.

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