Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails in Yellowstone National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Bizarre is the only word for this place...not like the rest of Yellowstone at all. Definitely recommend.

Much less crowded than the rest of the park with some unique features in here.

Classic...not a necessarily a hike but it’s super amazing still.

Interesting trail. Got to see old faithful blow twice! So many interesting hot springs and geysers here.

Interesting but other spots in Yellowstone are nicer.

A short boardwalk, not really a hike, but fantastic anyway! A must-see.

4 months ago

Great short hike with many steps and a fantastic photo opt

Amazing, as is all of Yellowstone.

More geysers. All unique

The geysers and pools are pure magic. Castle Geyser was definitely a favorite.

dragon's mouth spring was the neatest feature here. the mud pots at artists paint pots are cuter, lol.

hiking
6 months ago

So many mud pots. It's my first time to see the boiling mud. Very cute.

A good place to see the lower fall and the canyon. The canyon is so beautiful, colorful, and different from any other canyons I have ever seen.

A good choice to see the geysers. Lots of geysers along the trail. Remember to plan enough time for this trail. You will stay more time then you expect.

The hike down was such a delight! A stream cascades down the canyon, and it was so refreshing to be greeted by the sound of water at the various turns of the switchback. It’s very peaceful, especially with the limited people on this trail. It was the first stop I felt we could “enjoy the view” rather than feel we needed to take our photo and move on!

Work on the way back up, but a bonus to be away from crowds.

Trail is nicely maintained. There is not a lot to see- rather uneventful. Mosquito’s bad at end of lake.

Great short hike to get a better view of the lower falls. Climbing back up was a bit hard, but it was a good workout.

Beautiful and well maintained trail. We turned around so we did not have to walk on the highway otherwise it was nice and easy trail.

This was our first loop / home at Yellowstone, an excellent way to start. Relatively short and super informative, many interesting features to see.

everything is beautiful. it's all on a different scale of beauty

A MUST!!!!! Overwhelmingly in awe! Try to see Beehive Geysers...it's the best

Very pretty - also great if you’re killing time waiting for Old Faithful!

nice drive and not busy.. the cone geyser was a first!

Cut this one short despite cool temperatures due to the mosquitoes. Very isolated and pretty views of the lake. Might do it again with bug spray but pretty intolerable once you start getting close to the lake.

We had to abandon the ice lake walk because we went anti clockwise and walked straight into a swamp about 10 mins in. If you go the right way then could be a muddy end. If you have got walking boots on it won’t matter too
Much.

walking
7 months ago

This was a nice walk. A lot of people complain about the smell. It’s not pleasant by any means but It didn’t bother me. Maybe I just happen to be there on decent afternoon. There was several bison on the trail to see as well. And I mean up and close.

Great short hike. Views of lower falls from this point were awesome. Trail is paved on way down and can be narrow at the turns. Remember if you hike down, you have to hike back up.

We enjoyed the geysers so much and stayed in the area so long that we actually witnessed Old Faithful’s eruption twice (around 9:00 and again around 10:40).

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