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Easy hike with kids and great scenery everywhere. Loved this spot.

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

Very easy...cool geysers and springs. Great colors and my kids loved it!

scenic driving
5 months ago

We drove to the Great Fountain Geyser on Firehole Lake Drive, which had just finished erupting and was spewing some steam and water about 20 feet as it finished its cycle. We spoke with a geyser expert, as she was knitting while timing the eruption and taking notes, one of several geyser watchers we saw on our journey. She had the Washington license plate “GEYSER." We also saw White Dome and Pink Dome Geysers along Firehole Lake Drive and drove through a seeping hydrothermal area surrounding Firehole Lake that looked pretty treacherous. The one-way drive came out at the Fountain Paint Pots of the Lower Geyser Basin. Don't miss this drive.

6 months ago

Great trail. Easy. Love the different Geysers

6 months ago

History and a nice little hike. Nice view from the top, interesting to think a pioneer was up top of the rock 150 years ago. Nice facility to have packed lunch at (rest stop on Wyo 220)

Absolutely easy with beautiful geological sites.

Most of the trail has a monotonous view. The falls and lake are very pretty. If you want a shorter hike, head to the right at the trailhead, then back the way you came.

Easy walk. We had a grizzly cross in front of our path this afternoon!!

scenic driving
7 months ago

Easy drive for some scenery, with a few cool stops.

Beautiful geologic features and super easy. Very much worth the time.

scenic driving
8 months ago

Nice side road to some different geysers.

If you want to stop every 5 seconds for people to be taking selfies with geysers, this is your hike. If you want to miss the crowds, perhaps try another geyser basin. Bridges were narrow at times and several people stopped abruptly to take pictures. Very nerve-wracking considering you don't want to fall of the trail! Sapphire was pretty.

Very crowded trail but one of my favorite geothermal areas. This can also be extended with a Falls hike that is a little less trafficked.

Gorgeous views but much of the tail is underwater and it's a bit confusing if you want to walk the perimeter. Would recommend going to the hidden falls or just wandering around

You need to take this trail. And try to hit it where you can see the fountain geyser go off. It's beautiful and we just happened to get there to see it. It's an easy drive with some neat pools/geysers.

Nice and easy trail

9 months ago

fantastic views of the valley and lakes. our 5 year old was able to hike the whole thing.

Pretty scenery with an easy trail

Just wow!!!!!!

Great views. Flat trail without elevation.

on String Lake Trail

9 months ago

Great easy trail. Gives plenty of reflections of the Tetons. Still a few snow banks on the trail but still worth the walk.

10 months ago

It is a good place to watch birds.

scenic driving
11 months ago

I've done this drive a couple times and it is everything you would expect it to be. Views out over the lakes, the mountains, doesn't get much better than this. I arrived early one morning on one trip, and the water on the lakes was like glass. Great reflection shots. Highly recommended scenic drive!!

3 days earlier in late June, we had made it to West Thumb just ahead of a snowstorm, bagged our first bison spotting and made it out to the farthest point next to the lake in a scattered snow shower- quite surreal with the hot steamy pools and bubbling geysers. As we started to head back to the visitor bookshop, the snow started blowing horizontally with big flakes. We all rushed inside the little cabin, and the ranger fired up the woodstove. We warmed ourselves and checked out books and souvenirs as our inner temperatures re-adjusted. We then high-tailed it as a big tour bus was pulling up. We had just logged our first Yellowstone “experience.” For the return visit, after starting from Canyon Lodge, heading south, we stopped at LeHardys Rapids, just before Fishing Bridge, which is where the next caldera eruption will start, as it rests on a huge fault line. The river area was covered with newly hatched bugs - fly larva and great food for cutthroat trout. From there we stopped at Bridge Bay on Yellowstone Lake, skipped stones on the lake and saw folks fishing for cutthroats. We stopped again at West Thumb, now one of our favorite spots, for another look in the sunshine. On this second visit, we were really rewarded, as the pools were bright green, clear and sparkling and we again were the only ones on the boardwalk. Yellowstone is a great first NP trip for kids, wildlife is abundant and there is never a dull moment. Fishing Bridge to West Thumb is a must-do section of the Grand Loop.

Thursday, March 02, 2017

Think many confuse this set of historic cabins at Menor's Ferry with Mormon Row's Moulton Barn. Menor's Ferry is located in Moose, and the historic district includes the Chapel of the Transfiguration - https://www.nps.gov/grte/learn/historyculture/menor.htm. We also drove by the Moulton barn and stopped; got out and walked around, close to the cabin, and there are Bison in the fields around it, so don't provoke them. Great photo opportunity with barn, bison and big Tetons in the background. Must stop if in Jackson Hole.

Great drive through the middle of the the valley east of the Tetons on the North-South Hwy, takes you by Ansel Adams famous shot at the Snake River Overlook. See bison, pronghorns, elk, moose, deer, coyotes and if lucky a bear. This is wide open country on the road between GTNP and YNP. Arrive at Jackson Lake, where you can overnight in style. Enjoy the ride.

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