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Eagle Pass-Mountain Creek

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Distance10.0mi
Elevation Gain2,674ft
Trailhead Elevation8,302ft
Top9,522ft
Elevation Min/Max7882/9522ft
Elevation Start/End8302/8297ft

Eagle Pass-Mountain Creek

Eagle Pass-Mountain Creek is a hiking trail in Cody, Wyoming. It is within Washakie Wilderness Area and Yellowstone National Park. It is 10.0 miles long and begins at 8,302 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 19.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 2,674 feet. The 6D8 camp site can be seen along the trail. This trail connects with the following: 6d5, Thorofare-East Shore Yellowstone Lake, Mountain Creek Triangle, Dike Creek, 6d6, 6d7, Thorofare-East Shore Yellowstone Lake and 6d8.
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Backpacking Wyoming (Wilderness Press)
Doug Lorain
"Eagle Creek, a major tributary of the North Fork Shoshone River, drains a large area across from the southeast border of Yellowstone National Park. The trail along this stream passes beneath tall peaks and ridges, goes through huge and glorious Eagle Creek Meadows, and eventually climbs all the way to Eagle Pass. At the pass you are right on the border of Yellowstone Park and a stone’s throw from Eagle Peak, which at 11,358 feet is the highest point in the park. In addition to its scenic treasures, the trail boasts the same assortment of abundant wildlife as the park, including grizzly bears, so act accordingly. Most of the 16.5 miles to the pass are quite gentle and relatively easy, with the majority of the elevation gain coming in the last couple of miles. The biggest potential obstacles are a couple of difficult stream crossings, so save this trip for later in the summer." Read more

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Yellowstone National Park
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Washakie Wilderness Area
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Shoshone National Forest
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USGS Eagle Creek, Pinnacle Mountain, Eagle Peak
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