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This hike was recommended by a friend as we were trying to find something away from the crowds. We saw a coyote by the pond keeping his eye on us and some huge elk sheddings. We were surprised at how easy the hike seemed the...More
I love to hike. Trails are a spiritual and amazing place for nature. This trail is right up with some of the best moderate trails in the continental US. I loved the solitude. The only person I passed was starting as I exited. This is...More
My partner and I hiked this trail just last week and saw about a dozen other hikers the whole day.
We started with Bunsen Peak and made our way down the partially snow-covered backside to the Osprey Falls trail. We heard later on that some...More
Yellowstone National Park attracts millions of visitors every year. Fortunately for people like me and my wife, most of them restrict their visits to the big attractions. It is easy to leave the crowds behind by hitting a backcountry hiking trail. We started our 9...More
After walking each of the short trails the Park service represents in a Yellowstone day hike sampler, this walk proved to be the longest single day hike I've ever done with my wife! It was challenging for her but we both agreed, looking up at...More
Let me just tell you about Osprey Falls. When you first start out on Osprey Falls Trail, it is deceptively easy. The first 3 miles are relatively flat and along a dirt road. Soon, you get to the sign that says Osprey Falls 1.4 miles....More
We found that any hike we did in the park we only saw a few people and it was great to see parts of the park that most people don't bother with. We did this trail after hiking up Bunsen Peak and walking down the...More
The hiking guidebook made this hike seem like it was going to be really tough, with an 800 ft descent into the canyon and an equal climb out. The hike is as advertised a full 9.2 miles so it isn't a shorty but it wasn't...More