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Faith Anne
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HikingBlowdownBridge outBugs
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Joyce Kinkead
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Hiking

Tried hiking on June 18 but Grassy Lake Road was closed at 7 miles out from Flagg Ranch. Turned around and did Glade Creek instead. Also liked Polecat Creek Loop but favorite was FlaggCanyon along Snake River.

Tim Jenkins
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Hiking

Very awesome day hike, we did this the first week of June 2020 with our three kids ages 13, 11 and 9. There is still some flooding from the snow melt in the meadows but nothing over your ankle, the trail was very well maintained and just a beautiful hike up to the lake. There is a lot of really good scenery on this hike, there is also some steep elevation gain in the beginning but turns to a gradual incline afterward. Overall this is a great hike for families or anyone wanting to see a very beautiful lake.

Christina G.
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Amy Schomburg
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HikingMuddySnow

We hiked up from Warm Creek. Steep hike for 1.5 miles but then you’re in beautiful pebble creek meadow. Trail was snow covered and at higher elevation about ankle deep. We saw a ton of fresh tracks including mountain lion and moose. The first open area at rock slide is great place to sit and have a snack.

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Melissa van Ruiten
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Scenic driving

The drive along the lake is super pretty, especially the Absaroka Range.

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Julie Knarr
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Hiking

To me the best part about this hike was the field in the very beginning. Otherwise, the trail was alongside a bunch of fire burned trees, and the view from ice lake was just “eh”. I think I may have just had higher expectations just from the previous hikes in the area. We didn’t pass a single hiker, which was nice. The waterfall is also pretty... but like I said, I probably wouldn’t be super excited to hike this again.

Breck Tuttle
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Scenic driving

Yellowstone Lake is huge and this scenic drive allows you to enjoy quite a bit of it.

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Sarah K.
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Terri Jeppson
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Hiking

Great hike - store your food properly as lots of bears - some fording

Trees and Travels
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Hiking

Easy, cute, quiet, but not extremely exciting. It's still worth wandering to the lake.

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Tracy Goodman
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Hiking

Pretty uneventful if done by itself, but is great if you shuttle from Ice to another lake. For example the long haul would be Ice all the way to Cascade Lake or you could finish at either Wolf Lake or Grebe Lake. Campsites are good. You will have to cross several log bridges so trekking poles help maintain your balance. I had to ford a stream at Wolf Lake. Bring plenty of mosquito spray. The trail between Ice to Wolf Lake is kind boring with a bunch of down timber from the fire in 1988, but is still well worth it. The trail is mostly flat with only a few areas of up and down. Bring bear spray and make noise. We did not encounter any bears, but we did see a moose and a lot of chipmunks.

Taylor Newman
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Hiking

This is one of my favorite hikes in Yellowstone! The trail follows Lewis Lake, and then along Lewis River. The water views are beautiful the whole time. Just enough incline to keep it interesting but still an easy hike. It was fairly uncrowned when we did it. I think we saw a total of 6 people in 5 hours. You can also keep hiking for a longer hike (13 miles) to Shoshone Lake. Bring bug spray— it gets pretty buggy!

Holly Sheppard
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Hiking

Beautiful trail with beautiful wild flowers.

Daniela Chiculita
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HikingBugsMuddy

If you enjoy the beauty and the quietness of the nature, than this is a very nice trail. Small paths, here and there swampy/muddy. Also bring mosquito spray, as there are a lot of

Victor Reisig
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BackpackingOver grown

Did this hike with group of 5 July of 2018. Good hike and challenging first couple miles because it’s all uphill. Trail says it’s 7.6 miles to the lake but my phone tracked more around 10 miles. Unsure whether it was accurate but it definitely felt longer than 7 miles. It’s super easy to miss the OE1 campground so right when you hit the lake keep your eyes open. You will need a back country pass to stay overnight so go to the visitor centers ranger station. Will cost you like 3 dollars to camp.

Simon Guérard
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Hiking

Easy trail but not much to see. Did in less than a day and hitchhiked back. There is much better to do around here.

Jake Dilly
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Camping

A buddy and I started at the Warm Creek trailhead and hiked in to 3P5 campsite 30 Aug 2018. The first 1-2 miles was a difficult ascent. The hike then opened into a beautiful meadow with several easy creek fords. The specific campsite was right along Pebble Creek and simply as good as it gets for backcountry camping. After setting up camp, we hiked another mile or two through the meadow toward Bliss Pass and then back to our site. We hiked back to the car the following morning. I wish we could have through hiked to Pebble Creek campground because it was no doubt a gorgeous hike.

Mary Stewart
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Backpacking

We started from Pebble Creek and headed northeast staying at P1 night 1, P2 x 2 nights and P5 the final night. On our 3rd day we hiked up Bliss Pass. When going North you have a steady, rolling up hill gain except the first day of around 900 feet. That leaves a short 200 foot gain over about a half mile on the last day followed by a steady drop to the Northeast parking lot. Bliss Pass was beautiful and took about 3 hours to hike we stopped often and didn’t rush it. We had glorious views from the top and had a leisurely stay of 2 hours before heading back down which we did in 2 hours. All 3 camp sites were nice and allowed us to hike in, set up and then explore the area. P5 however is the best of the best! Truly enjoyed this hike!

Julie Lundy
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Backpacking

This was our family’s first backpacking trip (kids ages 6, 10, 11). We hiked the first half from the Warm Creek Trailhead to the back country campsite 3P2. We spent 2 nights at the campsite and then hiked the other half out to the Pebble Creek campground area. It was a beautiful hike - meadows of wildflowers, mountaintop views, and several fords across Pebble Creek. It was not crowded at all - in 3 days I think we saw about 5 other groups. The first 1.2 Miles on day 1 were brutal!

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

Jennifer Freeburg
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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.

Michael Mainzer
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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.

Jo T.
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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.

Brando Roach
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Scenic driving

Stunning

Jacob Jesionek
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Backpacking

Beautiful trail, rugged but pretty straight forward and connects to multiple others for an easy choice of length.

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