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4-24 Only went to Cascade Lake, snowshoed in about 5 miles total. Lots of snow and it was pretty mushy.

12 hours ago

The Bannock Trail up the mountain in the summer is a perfect amount of everything for a half day hike. Scenic, with nice variety, a great workout and a glorious overlook of the Tetons at the top! Best part is ...after the strenuous hike up, you can ride the lift down for free! Just be sure to get there before they close the lifts, and also be sure to calculate in at least a half an hour to sit and gaze at those Teton peaks at the top!

trail running
20 hours ago

Beautiful hike. Saw a bull moose not 20 yards from the trail. Took the boat back across Jenny Lake to save time. Great way to spend a day. Uphill on the front for a couple miles, but levels off into beautiful canyon/meadows.

2 days ago

Probably the toughest hike I’ve ever done but SO worth the views. Be careful not to miss the trail!

Beautiful! A must, less traveled geyser that is just as beautiful. Wooden trails, easy to hike and follow and allows for beautiful pictures.

Drove this road Easter weekend. You can’t go wrong here! We saw bison on the roadside, as well as other wildlife. The scenery is amazing. Keep in mind that the through road to Yellowstone- the quickest route- doesn’t open until sometime in May. You can get to the west entrance, which takes several more hours than the south entrance. I think I understood that right!

Great view. No walking required. Can view from your car!

I started out to check the ground and see if it was passible yet and just continued on. Got to the halfway point and the sky started to blacken and decided to cut across to a cow trail and get back to the truck. The trail is a bit wet, but it’s doable. Really wonderful scenery and good time to get focused for the work week. I heard someone up in the rocks as I started, but never saw a single person the entire trip. Wonderful afternoon.

2 days ago

Beautifully scenic hike along the riverbank. Not too steep, good for most hikers and dogs. The road to the trailhead is gravel and when we visited (late April) there were several divots that made for a bumpy ride, but we managed in a Nissan Altima. Remember to clean up after your dog if you bring one!

The boardwalk trail is awesome! Lots of different hot springs to see and a perfect, picturesque photo to end it. I recommend for anyone able to climb steps! If you are new to the area, drink LOTS of water and bring some with you to help with the altitude.

We hiked this nice trail along the Encampment River. The trail start has some homes along the river and no trees, but the homes end after a half mile and trees start shortly thereafter. Spring just starting in the area (Apr 21). Only hiked 2.5 miles in, would have loved to keep going but the weather forced a turnabout.

off trail
3 days ago

Beautiful day! Turned out to be quite a nice hike and really great learning experience...lots of cow poo-poo though and snakes but a really fun hike!

The trail is overgrown since the parks stopped maintaining, but it's still fun for the semi-adventurous

4 days ago

Fun hike with the kids, weather was perfect!

Curt Gowdy State Park has an interconnected trail network in the foothills of the Laramie Mountains for hiking and biking. Besides three reservoirs (Granite, Crystal and North Crow), it features Crow Creek and standing rock formations. The park gets a significant amount of traffic from both Cheyenne and Laramie.

5 days ago

Great hike just outside of Cody and feels fairly wild considering how close you are to civilization. I've taken this hike a few times prior with my kids so I never had time to try to make it to the three prominent northerly peaks. Did so this trip and the views were incredible.

it's a multitude trail network that is used a lot by mountain bikers. lots of up and downs.

Words cannot describe how gorgeous this trail is. completed in Aug of 2014.

6 days ago

Sweeping views, nice weather, well-maintained trail. Great hike.

I give this trail 5 stars. 2004 hiked into the Cirque with a group of volunteers from Wilderness Volunteers for a one week service trip to repair trail from Jackass Pass down to Big Sandy Lake. Ian (park ranger assigned to group) and myself took two days to clear felled trees crossing/blocking path south east of the lake, approx. 5 miles. We cleared 20 trees, the smallest being roughly 3' in diameter. We didn't have the luxury of modern day equipment to complete the job. We used crosscuts that cut like butter once you got into the tree. Wonderful experience.

fun trail but kind of dangerous in April with snow still covering most of the trail.

Great walk and great things to see. You will need to walk about a mile to get to the hike because the trail was closed for the season, we came in mid April. But the walk is totally worth it.

Great walk and nice view, great experience. It was the only trail open at Yellowstone National Park,we came in mid April.

One of my favorite little hikes. Still a bit snowy on the east time but certainly passable at this point with poles. Nice little spot.

Did this hike in early May 2018 and even though there was snow in Yellowstone still, this trail had no snow. It was pretty easy. I've heard in July, there are river otters. Off of this trail is another trail to Buck Lake.

11 days ago

I hiked this trail at the beginning of May 2018 and I highly suggest snow shoes before June. The first half mile or so was in a burn area so all the snow was melted, but once we got into the trees the snow varied from 1-4 feet deep. I did not have snow shoes and that 5 miles was a very long 5 miles, hahaha!

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