hiking

views

wildlife

nature trips

walking

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wild flowers

birding

forest

trail running

kid friendly

river

backpacking

lake

camping

fishing

hot springs

fly fishing

waterfall

canoeing

horseback riding

snowshoeing

whitewater kayaking

mountain biking

scenic driving

cross country skiing

beach

Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Preserved within Yellowstone National Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

hiking
21 hours ago

Fairly easy trail, some parts of the trail are not packed down (watch for orange trail makers). Due to water being high there are two of four creeks that are more difficult to cross (had to remove shoes to cross). Just before you get to the lake there is a pine tree down blocking the path to the right, making it difficult to find.
There was a lot of wildlife (bison, bears, elk, deer, fox). Be sure to bring bear spray, bug spray and sunscreen.
The lake is nice and there is a campground at the end.
A beautiful walk but once is more than enough.

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

Great hike!! Snow fields throughout to add to the challenge. Great views. Coyote crossed right in front of us and saw mountain goats at top. Steady but not too difficult path. Took 2-1/2 hours up and 1-1/2 down. Can do lunch while enjoying views at top outside or inside fire tower. Don't miss this one.

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
3 days ago

This was a great trail at the beginning but the end of the loop is closed due to construction and we had to finish with one mile on the road.

A steep ascent to the top and a great view of the falls on the way back down.

Unique views of hot springs. Can't see things like this anywhere else. Would be 5 stars but too crowded and backtracking instead of looping is necessary in many areas.

Nice views, but doesn't go to the falls. An overlook is available to see the falls, but is extremely crowded with people that don't want to hike but want good pictures. Obstructed views of the waterfall at the overlook. 1/2 mile trek down to the river is nice, but trail is unmaintained after this point. Saw a couple of people attempt the walk down to the river but they struggled.

Gorgeous hike with 360 degree views at the top of the Tetons and other mountain ranges. About half of the trail was covered in snow in late June; however, the trail was well trafficked and a trail was obvious over the snow drifts. Chittenden Road is easier, but Dunraven is well worth the trek.

Loved it! Good, challenging hike! Beautiful view at the top!

Nice uphill on the way up, still quite a lot of snow in late June. The view of the lake is actually not from the top but about 2/3 of the way. The rest of the trail just went up and ended without a view, just dead end in the middle of the woods.