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  • Teton County, Wyoming

    West Thumb Geyser Basin Trail

    5.0
    1.01 mi / 62 ft gain
    West Thumb Geyser Basin Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Photograph the Milky Way over Yellowstone's West Thumb Geysers

    5.0
    0.7 mi
    Visiting Yellowstone National Park during the daytime is enchanting; with its geysers, lake and wildlife attracting tourists and photographers from across the world. Stay after dark however, and the park takes on a magic that is as indescribable as it is dynamic. Combine this magic with clear; da...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Camp at Indian Creek Campground at Yellowstone NP

    Indian Creek Campground is located inside Yellowstone National Park, closest to the northern entrance of the park and just eight miles from Mammoth Hot Springs. It's open from mid-June through mid September and is just $15 a night to camp at. The campground itself is very well maintained and kept...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Drive the Grand Loop in Yellowstone NP

    4.7
    Many people who live an active our outdoor lifestyle have been to many places to climb, hike, camp, etc. Yellowstone National Park needs to be on every single persons bucket list. Sometimes you need to do the tourist thing and see the iconic sites for yourself. Yellowstone is massive and would ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Photograph the Milky Way over Yellowstone Lake

    5.0
    Yellowstone Lake is huge and it would take a few hours to drive around the entire lake. But traveling around the lake, there are many pullouts available to park your car and walk down to the lake just a couple of feet from the car. Make sure that you are looking for an interesting foreground and ...
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  • Tetonia, Idaho

    Packsaddle Lake

    4.8
    0.74 mi / 259 ft gain
    Directions to the lake:To get here, head North on Highway 20 as if you’re heading to St. Anthony. Then, take exit 339 towards Driggs on ID-33 E. Turn right onto 9th N for .5 miles. Then follow ID-33 E for 24.4 miles until you reach the dirt road Hoopes Rd. Drive. Drive on this road for 5.9 miles ...
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  • 44.444708,-110.804603

    Hike to Lone Star Geyser

    4.5
    5 mi
    Lone Star Geyser gets its name from being one the most isolated major geysers. The trailhead begins just south of Old Faithful, along the Loop Road. This trail follows the Firehole River for 2.5 miles along an old service road, through a mix of wooded areas and open meadows. Wildlife spotting is ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Cross-Country Ski around Old Faithful, Yellowstone

    While Old Faithful is familiar to many, winter there is an entirely different experience. If you are interested in less crowds, a once in a lifetime experience and an area accessible only by snow coach, this area in winter is for you.There are ski and snowshoe trails all over the area and you can...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Upper Geyser Basin Old Faithful Observation Point Loop

    4.7
    5.03 mi
    Starting at the Old Faithful Visitor Center, you can follow a flat, meandering path along the Firehole River to view several different geysers and geothermal features. The trail begins on an accessible, paved path but then changes to well-maintained gravel. Depending on the time and energy you h...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Old Faithful

    4.3
    0.69 mi / 72 ft gain
    Starting at the Old Faithful Lodge, which is a sight to see in itself, several trails start out heading away the actual Old Faithful geyser. You can take either one as they form a loop so you will eventually end up back where you started. It is a combination of dirt trails and wooden walkways tha...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Photograph the Elusive Beehive Geyser

    5.0
    0.1 mi
    Located in the Upper Geyser Basin along the banks of the Firehole River is the world famous Old Faithful geyser which is typically seen as a "must do" on any trip to Yellowstone National Park.  While at the famous geyser a small portion of visitors each year are lucky enough to happen upon the er...
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  • Jackson, Wyoming

    Whitewater Raft the Grand Canyon of the Snake River

    5.0
    If you have never been whitewater rafting, you should definitely go for the first time to the Grand Canyon of the Snake River. It's an amazing experience, and you can float the river in about two hours depending on the water levels. Afterwards, you can spend the rest of the day at nearby Jackson ...
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  • Irwin, Idaho

    Hike along Palisades Creek

    5.0
    2 mi / 1827 ft gain
    The Palisades Creek Nature Trail is a fun little hike with many photographic opportunities. You can make the hike as short or long as you want, so once you're done taking photos, turn back around and head to your vehicle. The trail does eventually lead to Lower and Upper Palisades Lake, but this ...
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  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

    Hike to Avalanche Peak

    5.0
    4.6 mi / 2100 ft gain
    Avalanche Peak is a short hike up to one of few peaks in Yellowstone National Park accessible by trail. At about 870 feet per mile it’s a leg buster. But with sweeping views of Yellowstone and neighboring mountain ranges, it’s worth it.  This hike isn’t as well known as others in Yellowstone. Pa...
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  • Ashton, Idaho

    Upper and Lower Mesa Falls Loop

    4.8
    2.6 mi / 358 ft gain
    When two waterfalls have their own scenic byway, you know it is worth the additional stop. Lower Mesa Falls and Upper Mesa Falls are spectacular waterfalls along the Henrys Fork River, deep in the Grand Targhee Forest. The winding scenic byway yields some spectacular views of the Grand Targhee Fo...
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  • Ashton, Idaho

    Mesa Nature Trail

    5.0
    2.44 mi / 236 ft gain
    The Mesa Nature Trail begins on the dirt road to the Upper Mesa Falls overflow parking lot. The first mile of the trail is wide and smooth. Pause a half mile in to admire the Henry's Fork from the top of a lava field. The trail terminates at a flat bluff overlooking the top of Upper Mesa Falls. ...
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Let Adventure be your Destination in Wyoming

Wyoming’s wide-open spaces make it easy to get off the grid and on a trail, through a park, into a forest, up a mountain or down a river. During your journey through Wyoming’s Black to Yellow Region, discover geologic marvels, dense evergreen forests and sprawling prairielands.

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