Hiking the Sky Rim Trail Report – Yellowstone National Park

Hiking the Sky Rim Trail in Yellowstone National Park is a grueling journey across the very top of the most legendary park in the world. Tucked in the northwest corner this trail traverses the border with the Gallatin National Forest and literally hugs the very top of the 9,000′ Gallatin Mountain Range for eight miles….

Backpacking the Sky Rim Trail in Yellowstone National Park Guide

Yellowstone National Park is a massive wilderness landscape with geysers, hot springs, thermal pools, waterfalls, massive wild creatures, and even mountains. While it isn’t known for being a backpacking mecca it has over 900 miles of backcountry trails. The most challenging of which is a nearly 23.5-mile journey backpacking the Sky Rim Trail. We’ve hiked…

Hiking the Yellowstone River Trail

When you think Yellowstone National Park, you probably immediately envision geyser basins, and herds of bison. While there is nothing wrong with that there is so much more to this amazing, massive park. Hiking the Yellowstone River Trail as it flows from Tower Junction out of the northwest corner of the park is a great…

Backpacking the Black Canyon of the Yellowstone – Complete Guide

Yellowstone National Park is iconic with a landscape that inspired and birthed the very idea of national public lands. It is the first National Park created in the world and is home to countless wonders of nature. It has massive waterfalls, deep canyons, beautiful lakes, an abundance of wild creatures, and of course the world-famous…

Backpacking Olympic National Park – Top 7 Trails

Olympic National Park is a diverse wonderland of mountain peaks, rainforests, and ocean vistas. There are many great day hikes and other adventures to be had when visiting this national treasure. However, some trails need more time to be fully explored. There are trails in Olympic National Park that journey deep into the rugged backcountry…

Olympic National Park Guide – Three Parks in One

Olympic National Park covers 922,651 acres and protects three distinct ecosystems with unique creatures that exist nowhere else. This is an amazing natural wonder, protected for the ages by Congress and President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938. However, the sprawling park has no roads that cut completely through it. The road system resembles one of the…