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    Bacon Rind Creek

    Yellowstone National Park, Montana
    Elevation Gain292ft
    Trailhead Elevation7,127ft
    Elevation Min/Max7127/7312ft
    Elevation Start/End7127/7127ft

    Bacon Rind Creek

    Bacon Rind Creek is a hiking trail in Gallatin County, Montana. It is within Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area and Yellowstone National Park. It is 2.1 miles long and begins at 7,127 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 292 feet.
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    Robert Stone
    "The Bacon Rind Creek Trail is the only hike inside Yellowstone that heads west from the Gallatin Valley. The flat easy trail parallels the meandering Bacon Rind Creek thorough a valley surrounded by high mountain peaks. Moose, elk and grizzly bears frequent the meadow. Beyond the western park boundary, the trail enters the Lee Metcalf Wilderness in the Gallatin National Forest." Read more
    Bill Schneider
    "A pleasant stroll on a flat, open, and seldom-used trail." Read more

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