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Author : on in Notes From the RoadBlog Category | Notes From the Road | Hiking | Tags | Blogs

The West Thumb Geyser Basin is one of the most over looked basins in the park and this is sad because it is one of the most beautiful. There are two loops: the outer loop is a half mile of easy hiking. There is one section with a rather steep grade, and the inner loop is one quarter mile of flat board walk. There are no steps to navigate, making it....


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There are hundreds of hikes in Yellowstone National Park. They range from VERY EASY and wheelchair accessible like most paths around Norris, West Thumb and Old Faithful to rugged straight up the mountain like the Brink of Lower Falls Trail, Lookout and Red Rock Points.

Most hikes are outlined in detail in the trail guides you can find at the visi....


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Yesterday had been an easy but rewarding hike, but today Corbin and I had some epic plans. Our plan was to drive back to Lake Louise and hike the Plain of Six Glacier trail, about 9 miles roundtrip. We had been wanting to head out on some longer hikes, and Banff seemed to be the perfect place to start.

Arriving at Lake Louise, we were shocked by ....


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After a long drive, we had just settled into our first campsite in Canada. Waterton Lakes National Park was gorgeous, and we found out all of the trails in this park were dog friendly. This was great news to us, since we hadn’t been able to hike on any trails in Glacier National Park. So, with a few hours of daylight left, we decided to head out ....