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KRIS D
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Hiking

LAME. This is a hot springs / terrace graveyard. Everything is dormant. Don’t waste your time.

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Katie Walters
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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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Michelle Kutz
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Hiking

Great first day in Yellowstone NP. We started by watching Old Faithful and then say lots of other geysers and hot springs.

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Chad Williams
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My favorite stop on the south side of the park.

Galen Sheffield
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Hiking

Parked at the General Store at bottom and walked to trailhead. From there its a good 2 miles straight up to the top. You actually follow what use to be a drivethru paved trail then meet back up with boardwalks on way back down. The place is dried up I thought and kind of a drag but the hike was a good burn and made it worth it. Seen some deer and marmots at top and buffalo dump so there is animal activity and not many people use this trail map so always keep looking.

Chris Nguyen
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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.

Sammy Kay
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Hiking

Good hike. Cool to see the falls and geysers.

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lori jagger
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Hiking

7/14/20. Great hike day. Day began at 7 am 60 degrees. 1 hour drive to lone star trail head from West Yellowstone KOA. We had the trail to ourselves until we arrived at the geyser. We shared the eruption experience with 6 other people. We continued on alone on the Howard Eaton trail to the old faithful plaza. We shared the Old faithful irruption experience with hundreds of others then We returned to our vehicle via Kepler Cascade ski trail.

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Steffen Werner
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Hiking

Nice but totally crowded (Thursday). Lots of People are disrespectful (no mask, no distance) and I always had to hold our little one as she is not as quick as others. It is an absolute top 10

Steffen Werner
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Hiking

Nice but totally crowded (Thursday). Lots of People are disrespectful (no mask, no distance) and I always had to hold our little one as she is not as quick as others.

Steffen Werner
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Hiking

Nice easy hike with some steps, but very crowded. The upper mudpots are really cool to see

Steffen Werner
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Hiking

Nice Trail with lots of boardwalks, totally crowded (Friday afternoon). Not as impressive than other basins (e.g. Norris or West Thumb) The „stairs“ are only seen here.

Hope Smith
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HikingNo shade

You can wander for a long time on all these boardwalks seeing the different features left as the hot springs change with time.

Hope Smith
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Hiking

Lots of bison around, and some of the neatest bubbling mud pots.

Ophelia Hernandez
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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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HikingMuddyOver grown

I did this trail on 07/02/20. It was beautiful but not maintained. after 2 miles it became tuff to follow as tracing marks kind of vanished.

Hope Smith
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Hiking

In my opinion, Grand Prismatic is one of the best highlights of YNP. The view from this trail is so impressive, 100% recommend this over the boardwalk.

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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Katie Hargrove
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Black female in nature
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Hiking

Great Trail. Super easy and the view is amazing.

Emma Nally
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HikingRockyScramble
Scott Fancher
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Hiking

There is nothing like an early morning walk through the Upper Geyser Basin. Given the social distancing insensitive crowds at Yellowstone this year, it’s, sadly, the only way to make the experience pleasant.

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!

Scott Fancher
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Hiking

The geyser basin has an amazing collection of thermal features and is a must see when visiting Yellowstone. Unfortunately, even though the crowds seem moderate during our visit the week before the 4th, social distancing practice was almost non-existent. Because of this , we visited Norris at 630 am and had the entire basin to ourselves for nearly 2 hours. What a treat! If you go....go early!

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!

Galen Sheffield
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Hiking

Worth the walk. There are Bear signs up everywhere. Stay vigilant and you will be fine. Take food for the little squirrels at the Falls. You will want to take them home as pets.

Galen Sheffield
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Hiking

It’s worth the walk. Go early and take a pic of it then do Fairy Falls and catch this again on way back and notice the changes in colors. It’s beautiful

Galen Sheffield
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Hiking

Easy. We started it at 7 and no one was around.

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