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Rachel Smith
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Added this on after we walked South rim to artists point. Nice trail, didn't see many people but we did see mosquitoes at the lake.

Liza B
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarWed Jul 15 2020
HikingBugs

Nicely well demarcated trail. There are trees with orange trail markers. Trailhead easy to find. Started clockwise by the bathrooms at Mammoth Springs. There’s a little elevation gain and switchbacks but it’s not bad. Not many people. Be very bear aware. A family on the trail saw a grizzly. We didn’t see much wildlife, an elk and lots of squirrels. Saw no beavers but we did see several ponds. Lots of tall grass/plants. Recommend bug spray and pants. We ended at the hotel grounds with elk relaxing on the grass. It is a moderate hike. Elevation gain just over 800 feet. Liked the hike because it was not crowded at all.

KRIS D
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Hiking

Good one for small kids. The only reason this gets 4 instead of 3 is for the insane wildflowers right now.

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Katie Walters
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarTue Jul 14 2020
Hiking

Pack bug spray!!!! The hike back was completely miserable! But can’t beat only seeing three groups of people in 15 miles!

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Madalyn Young
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarTue Jul 14 2020
Hiking

We went over two days! It was beautiful and well worth it. There were a crap ton of mesquitos at our campsite and the last mile and half to the falls. So bring bug spray!!

Monica Rozzi
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarTue Jul 14 2020
Hiking

Oh my gosh this trail was really amazing! I hike pretty often and this one is definitely difficult. Pretty steep incline the whole way. It says 4.7 miles but altogether my app told me I went 7.3 and it definitely felt that long so be aware. There is a point where you get to an area with lots of snow with a great view and I think some people stop there and head back down, but we went even higher and walked through snow and up another steep trail of rocks. It seems a little wrong but it gets you up there and the view is panoramic and breathtaking! VERY windy. There is a little alcove or rocks up there to protect you from the wind.

Savannah Eavenson
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarMon Jul 13 2020
Hiking

This hike is not for the beginner or out-or-shape. It was a 2.4 mi constant climb on the way up. The first half of the climb in the trees is standard trail, the second half of the climb past the false summit is mostly scree climbing. The views are spectacular and 100% worth it, but it was a haul to get there for me. The wind is strong and cold when you get to the top, windbreaker at minimum needed for the top. The way down is pretty much falling down the steep trail you ascended. Tread carefully to care for your ankles and knees as it's easy to go fast while stopping your descent. I would do it again for sure, the views are worth every bit of the hike!

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Chris Nguyen
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarMon Jul 13 2020
Hiking

Pretty trail along the river with a beautiful waterfall. Be bear aware. Bring a hat and bug repellent. A little crowded at the falls.

Black female in nature
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarMon Jul 13 2020
Hiking

I love to hike in YNP. Someone told me to get app. This app have this as an easy hike, maybe I am just fat and out of shape. But this is Definitely a huff and puff hike. Natural Bridge is an easy hike. It’s very up-and-down so many rocks on the trail. But worth it but not easy.

Black female in nature
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarMon Jul 13 2020
Hiking

Great Views for sublime trails.

Ophelia Hernandez
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarMon Jul 13 2020
HikingBugs

This was one of the highlights of my Yellowstone trip. The views from the top were amazing. Didn't see many people on the second half of the trail. I recommend a clock wise loop you get a nice view of the falls for a while. Seems like if you wanted a longer hike at the top there is a path that takes you to Fairy Falls.

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Anjali Sharma
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HikingBugsMuddy

We did this on 07/01/2020. Views were breathtaking, spectacular. Most of the part of this trail was covered with mud. keep an eye out for grizzly. we saw fresh grizzly footprints on our way up. Bear spray recommended. Filled with bisons and big horns.

Hope Smith
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HikingRocky

I loved this hike! Not too crowded, and you get a bonus of seeing the thermal area as you walk toward the trail. A bit rocky at the end but nothing very challenging. Stunning views. We went on a breezy day, so bugs weren’t an issue.

Olivia V.
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Hiking

Gravel/dirt trail in the beginning and paved the rest of the way. Wildflowers were in bloom along the road. Little to no incline. Don’t let the paved road and open feel keep you from being wildlife proactive (you’re in pretty dense forest the whole time). Lots of people on the trail. Easy and quick trail to do with younger/ older members or if you don’t have a lot of time. Natural bridge is beautiful! Took me about 45 minutes out and back walking at a good pace.

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Olivia V.
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarSun Jul 12 2020
Hiking

Densely forested trail. Be bare aware and make noise up and down the trail. No signs of or sightings of bears. Passed a couple other hikers. Short and not too steep switchbacks. I hiked counter clockwise. I don’t think their is much difference in climbing or descending counter/ clockwise. Good view of YS lake between the trees. Lovely wildflowers along the trail! Trail is well defined. Couple trees down on trail. Only took about an hour and a half. Good hike if you don’t have a lot of time!

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Dominic DeMarco
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HikingBugs
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Gillian Victor
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HikingBugs

We started early and we were able to see bison, elk, and cranes. As a warning we saw pretty fresh wolf and bear prints, bring bear spray. All in all a beautiful hike!

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Carrie Gallugi
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HikingBugs
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Sitol Cree
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarSun Jul 12 2020
Hiking

Easy peasy hike. It was a nice walk, only saw two other hikers on the trail-Early July. I also saw a porcupine and some squirrels. Lots of mosquitoes so don’t forget your repellent it helps when you want to get a closer look at the falls and bridge.

Black female in nature
Yellow StarYellow StarGray StarGray StarGray StarGray StarGray StarGray StarGray StarGray StarSun Jul 12 2020
Hiking

Basically couldn’t find the trail. Asked a Ranger that was nearby, she tried her best to help but no luck

Emma Nally
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HikingRockyScramble
Scott Fancher
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Hiking

We climbed Bunsen peak upon our arrival in the park after a 5 hour drive. What a great way to unwind and stretch our legs to start our pre 4th of July visit to the park. It’s a simple climb with moderate effort and a nice view waiting for you at the top. It’s a great one for the kids as well!

Sam Konowitch
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Running

Easy, flat, mostly paved bike path. Geyser Erupted at 10am on 7/1/2020. During the summer, I'd expect eruptions at 10/1/4/7 am/pm given how regular the geyser is. No guarantees though!

Jim Low
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Hiking

Artist Point to Point Sublime is about 2 miles round trip. As others have noted, the end point is disappointing, compared to the great views along the way. The trail weaves in and out a little but most of it is close to the rim of the canyon. Don’t let your kiddos get near the edge!

Edna Lopez
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarSat Jul 11 2020
Hiking

Amazing trail with beautiful wild flowers and amazing views! I strongly suggest hiking with 3 or more people! On our way up trail 2 people warned us about a black bear sighting off in the distance so we we’re all ready on edge. (We never saw the black bear) We made sure to make noise throughout the trail and we had our bear spray ready! We went on this trail around early afternoon and we only saw one other couple the whole time. Eventually after the second pond we hiked up a little hill and made a right and a grizzly was sitting about 20-30 feet away from us! Luckily it heard us coming so we didn’t surprise it, but we were able to slowly walk away from it without agitating it. Amazing hike but bear spray is a must and I suggest hiking in a larger group than 2!

Brian Williams
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarSat Jul 11 2020
Hiking

Great family hike! Very easy hike and gorgeous lake, meadows, mountain views. The cutthroat were spawning just upstream from the headwaters.

David Viero
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarSat Jul 11 2020
HikingOff trailOver grown

I think the map is wrong, the section of trail east of ribbon lake doesn’t seem to exist. But its easy to just go to ribbon lake, then backtrack a minute and take the trail that bypasses the section that is out.

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