You’ll truly earn your views on this challenging trail—reaching the summit of the flat-topped mountain requires hoofing it up 1,500 vertical feet in 3 miles—but the eagle-eye vistas from the top are worth it. Begin hiking through a lodgepole pine forest, then pop out on a plateau with views of the twisty Gibbon and Madison rivers and extending all the way to the Tetons on bluebird days.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park› Attraction
Our Rating Neighborhood West Yellowstone to Madison Trail Info 6 miles round-trip. Difficult
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