It is an abode to 1,100 different vascular plants species and another hundred different animals. There are over 130 lakes spread over this pristine ecosystem. Relive the history of these mountains from the last ice age and discover their yet unexplored secrets. The divine glaciers have 700 miles of hiking, which is the best way of exploring the park.
The picturesque trials lead you to vertical trails, taking you to the great glaciers. The national park has a trip that fits each type of need.
Summer transcends these avalanches into waterfalls which cascade down, into the lake. Mountain goats, bighorn sheep, deer, and of course grizzly bears, are a common sight in this hiking trail. The two-mile long hiking trail takes you through the forest, to see a panoramic view of the grand mountains.
But patience is a virtue when it comes to fishing at this lake for the Yellowstone cutthroat trout. For those interested in exploring the nature, a short two mile walk down the lake shore is surely stunning.
It is a moderately steep climb but flattens out as you get closer to the 'Logging Creek Fire' scar area.
At the end of the hike lies the iceberg lake. Wildlife viewing is simply incredible here. The scenic heights provide the finest wildlife, with grizzly bears in abundance. Bighorn sheep, mountain grouse, ground squirrels, etc. are also found on this trail.
Having your friends along for the hiking trip, will be icing on the cake. It's a wonderful outing for a weekend as the giant landscape will make you forget all your worries and charge your batteries for a good-enough amount of time. So, put on those hiking shoes and pack your backpacks for the most adventurous getaway ever!