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    Top Spots in and near Cooke City-Silver Gate

    • Red Lodge, Montana

      Snowshoeing to Silver Falls

      8 mi
      Thinking we could drive straight to the trailhead in the winter was our first incorrect assumption. When we arrived, we discovered that Lake Fork Road is closed after a certain point, adding another mile or so to our hike. The snow was falling very heavily and we decided to start out and call it ...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Mt. Washburn via South Trail

      4.7
      7.02 mi / 1680 ft gain
      The parking lot for the Mt. Washburn Hike from Dunraven Pass trailhead is located about 5 miles north of Canyon Village along the Grand Loop Road. Since we wanted to reach the top of Mt. Washburn before sunrise, we began our hike 2 hours earlier. If you decide to attempt a sunrise hike, I highly ...
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    • Red Lodge, Montana

      Mountain Bike Willow Creek Trail no. 10

      As your driving up Redlodge Ski Mtn in the summer or spring, there is a pull off when you get almost to the top. This is a logging trail known as Willow Creek Trail no. 10 this is such a fun trail to lap a couple times in a day or just rip a "one and done" and go find some other trails.
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    • Park County, Wyoming

      Artist Point

      4.8
      0.23 mi / 125 ft gain
      Artist Point, thought to be named by park photographer F. J. Haynes as early as 1883, provides what is perhaps the most beautiful views of the entire Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and of Lower Yellowstone Falls some 308 feet high. It is a breathtaking place to photograph year round and at all t...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Brink of Lower Falls via North Rim Trail

      5.0
      2.5 mi / 427 ft gain
      Brink of Lower Falls via North Rim Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Hike to Red Rock Point

      4.9
      0.73 mi / 348 ft gain
      Lower Grand Canyon Falls is one of the gems of Yellowstone and is the one of the most photographed spots in the park. Red Rock Point on the north side of the Yellowstone River gives amazing views up and down the canyon and is only a short .3 miles from the North Rim Road. What's crazy is how lon...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Cascade Lake Trail

      5.78 mi / 404 ft gain
      The out-and-back Cascade Lake Trail starts from the Cascade Creek Trailhead off of Norris Canyon Road in Yellowstone National Park. The trail passes through open meadows as you hike to Cascade Lake where wildflowers abound and wildlife is often seen.You will need a wilderness permit to backpack a...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Brink of the Lower Falls Trail

      5.0
      0.79 mi / 279 ft gain
      Brink of the Lower Falls Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Hike Uncle Tom's Trail

      4.3
      0.2 mi / 500 ft gain
      If your in the Yellowstone National Park, this is a must do. The trail/stair case is visible from the opposite of the canyon, weaving its way down the canyon wall to a nice outlook at the base. Once we saw the staircase we knew we had to do it. When you're in the Yellowstone Canyon area, travel d...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Canyon Rim South Trail to Artist Point

      5.0
      2.7 mi / 341 ft gain
      Canyon Rim South Trail to Artist Point is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Hike the Wapiti Lake Trail to Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Loop

      4.5
      5 mi
      Experience Yellowstone’s diversity with this epic loop hike.How to get there: Wapiti Lake Trailhead is located just south of Upper Falls of the Yellowstone. From Yellowstone Lake, head north on Grand Loop Road. Turn right on South Rim Dr. Just after crossing Chittenden Bridge turn right and par...
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    • Red Lodge, Montana

      West Fork - Lake Fork of Rock Creek Trail

      19 mi
      Start out at the West Fork trailhead west of Red Lodge and begin on an epic backpacking trip. This trek can easily be done anywhere from 2-5 days depending on ability and whether or not you want to take your time. Camp first at Quinnebaugh Meadows, a large meadow with great views of the Beartoot...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Capture the Sunset on the Yellowstone River

      4.8
      The Yellowstone river is considered one of the most scenic and beautiful in all of the United States. It's grand canyon, waterfalls, and meadows filled with wildlife are all major attractions and rightfully so as they are all beautiful places.However, catching a sunset along the meandering river'...
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    • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

      Mud Volcano Trail

      5.0
      0.8 mi / 115 ft gain
      Mud Volcano Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a hot springs located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
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    • Park County, Wyoming

      Hike to Soak in the Boiling River

      3.9
      1.25 mi
      Boiling River Hot Springs is an awesome year-round place to experience the geo-thermal energy of Yellowstone in a more personal way. The Boiling River emerges out of a spring at boiling temperature and cascades down to the banks of the Gardiner, where they intercept and form a series of pools whi...
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    • Park County, Wyoming

      Storm Point Trail Hike

      2.5 mi / 180 ft gain
      This short 2.3 mile out-and-back hike on the Storm Point Trail begins right in front of Indian Pond on the East Entrance Road of Yellowstone National Park. You can park your car at the pull-out area, and you will see a sign identifying the trailhead. One of the coolest things about this trail is ...
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