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Love this trail!

FAVORITE TRAIL IN TETONS!!!! Go all the way!

These lakes are incredibly beautiful! And the mountains are unreal!

We did not make it all the way but the views were incredible in the canyon!

Beautiful waterfall!

Real cool spot to check out some hot springs

Do the full trail!!!! We saw so many people turn around at the falls but we kept going to the top of the mountain and it was SOOO worth it. Probably my favorite hike we did in Yellowstone! The view of all the geysers steaming in September was like something I’ll probably never see again. Amazinggggg!!!!

Interesting trail. Got to see old faithful blow twice! So many interesting hot springs and geysers here.

Breathtaking. Never seen anything so naturally beautiful but DOES NOT HAVE A BATHROOM! Haha only complaint I have. Haha

15 days ago

Beautiful lookout point to the Yellowstone canyon!

Interesting but other spots in Yellowstone are nicer.

Very cool to walk around here.

Pleasantly surprised with this trail! I loved it! Can’t wait to go back in the summer. Easy to find, easy to follow. Moderate to easy. GPS was exactly 9 miles. Nov 27. Light snow on about half of the trail. The rest was dry or slightly muddy.

This trail is amazing, especially cascade canyon. We took 3 days/2 nights to cover 30 miles. Camped outside the national park both nights b/c we didn't have permits. A good amount of elevation change, but totally worth it!

Amazing views. Steep start then a flat, visually stunning hike. This was an all-star hike.

trail running
18 days ago

Good trail to run

Off the beaten path, but way better than any waterfall you’ll see on an easy access trail in the park.

Did this as a loop hike over the course of 3 days. Rough outline was: Trailhead, Dad's Lake, Barren Lake, Texas Pass into the Cirque, out over Jackass Pass back to trailhead. Surprised at the lack of mosquitoes in early August. AMAZING hike, but Texas Pass is not for the faint of heart. The only other hard part was picking our way down the boulders into the Cirque.

Highly recommend a bit of training before this trip, but the views are so incredibly worth it.

23 days ago

Simply wonderful

24 days ago

Very disappointed, read the reviews and was very excited about this hike. Drove over a half hour one way to hike it and it was closed about 3 miles before the beginning of the hike due to "unusual wildlife activity", unsure what that means. Would have greatly appreciated if there was a sign on the road we turned on for it, that said it was closed.

My husband and I went on this hike 11-17-18. There is a small area to park. Make sure to follow the trail straight from the parking area then go to the right and cross the stream/river (a little difficult when hiking) to get to the more scenic trail. Otherwise if you go to the left and up the hill a little it heads to a road that you can walk on. On our hike we saw wolf tracks, a bison and a grouse! We didn't make it the whole way due to getting a late start. I would recommend if you are looking for a nice hike/walk and a chance to see wildlife!

25 days ago

Coming back on Cache Creek trail/road make a bit shorter loop with views of the mountains.

It was a spectacular hike ❤️. By far my fave.

Trail is impassible without snow shoes and ice picks even in June. If you plan to hike this trail wait until late July August (I found this out the hard way)

Great trail! I hiked it in early June and the traffic was already fairly heavy but the views are worth it. If you slip the fairy ride and take the trail around the lake you will be much more likely to encounter bear and moose as I did as the moose ponds trail is connected to this trail.

Great trail! I hiked the trail in early June and saw mother bear and her cubs as well as a bull moose.

Attempted this trail 3 weeks ago and the snow was too much. Hip deep at points and the trail is covered. We made it to the top of the first rock scramble and turned back. Will complete this trail in the spring once the snow melts.

10/10 views

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