Hiking one of the world’s most beautiful parks, you are sure to get a tantalizing experience that will echo throughout your life.
You will see a bald eagle soaring, towering lodgepole pines in the vast forests, spawning trout in Lake Shoshone, and a view of jagged snow capped mountains that reach 8,000 feet above sea level at Yellowstone National Park.
The park is mainly located in the state of Wyoming in the United States, and considered the first National Park in the nation.
Tourists and backpacking enthusiasts come from all over the world to see the diverse wildlife and geothermal features found in one of the largest remaining ecosystems on earth.
Covering more than 2.2 million acres of land and more than 900 miles of hiking trails, Yellowstone immerses you in a utopia of nature and beauty you have to see to believe.
While there are a plethora of official camping sites and carved out trails, getting down and dirty off the beaten path will show you more of what Yellowstone National Park has to offer.
Make sure you do sufficient research before your trek, have all the survival essentials, and are an experienced hiker (or are traveling with one) so you don’t slip into a geyser or lure a bear to bed.