The Hoodoos

The Hoodoos in Yellowstone National Park are a large boulder field as a result of an earthquake that rocked Terrace Mountain. While you can drive through the lower section, you can also walk through them which gives you a bonus of some great views and a more intimate look at these great stones. This hike can[…]

Sepulcher Mountain

The trail to the top of Sepulcher Mountain in Yellowstone National Park starts at Mammoth Hot Springs at the Beaver Ponds trailhead and works its way up through forest and meadows and loops to the top of the mountain with stunning views. The trip down through more open grasslands is fantastic and goes past even[…]

Beaver Ponds Trail

The Beaver Ponds Trail in Yellowstone National Park offers a nice combination of open grasslands and forest. This mixture gives you great opportunities to see elk, small mammals, and a wide variety of other birds. Overall, it’s a great hike to do near the Mammoth Hot Springs area.   In the spring, much of Yellowstone[…]

Mammoth Terraces

Mammoth Terraces in Yellowstone National Park is a fantastic collection of hot springs that are, well, terraced. Travertine is the main feature bringing an artificial looking landscaping to the edge of the forest. A collection of boardwalk and paved paths weave around these features giving everyone in the family a chance to marvel at these[…]