Yellowstone Lake Sedge Bay to Brimstone Bay

Fishing Bridge, Wyoming

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This trip is a simple paddle of the east shore of Yellowstone Lake for those seeking a straightforward introduction to a backcountry paddling experience. The route travels along beaches, wooded shorelines, and rocky outcrops. There is also some hiking possible form camp. Be aware of afternoon winds and accompanying waves, precautions for food storage in bear country. Attractions include remote paddling, bird watching (especially waterfowl), and fishing.

Yellowstone Lake: Sedge Bay to Brimstone Bay Professional Review and Guide

"This trip is a simple paddle of the east shore of Yellowstone Lake for those seeking a straightforward introduction to a backcountry paddling experience.

The route travels along beaches, wooded shorelines, and rocky outcrops. There is also some hiking possible form camp. Be aware of afternoon winds and accompanying waves, precautions for food storage in bear country. Attractions include remote paddling, bird watching (especially waterfowl), and fishing."

Activity Type: Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Fishing Bridge
Distance: 25
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 days
Season: June through September
Local Contacts: Yellowstone National Park, 307-344-2107
Local Maps: USGS Lake Butte, Trail Lake, and Frank Island
Driving Directions: Directions to Yellowstone Lake: Sedge Bay to Brimstone Bay

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May 2018