Fawn Pass Spur/Bacon Rind Th

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 82190

Distance1.3mi
Elevation Gain167ft
Trailhead Elevation7,117ft
Top7,185ft
Elevation Min/Max7098/7185ft
Elevation Start/End7117/7117ft

Fawn Pass Spur/Bacon Rind Th

Fawn Pass Spur/Bacon Rind Th is a hiking trail in Montana and Wyoming. It is within Yellowstone National Park. It is 1.3 miles long and begins at 7,117 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 167 feet. This trail connects with the following: Fawn Pass.

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Hiking Yellowstone National Park (Falcon Guides)
Bill Schneider
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"This is a demanding day hike through some of the park’s best bear country; no camping allowed. Because camping is prohibited in the bear-management area in the Gallatin Range, this route is a delightful, albeit long, day hike—as long as you can start early and you’re fit enough to hike 20 miles in a single day. For safety reasons the National Park Service recommends groups of four or more hikers for this bear-rich area. Since you really need to get up early to finish the hike in daylight, you’ll undoubtedly be treated to some great wildlife watching. It seems like everywhere you look you see elk bounding away, but also keep your eyes peeled for the mighty grizzly, commonly seen on this route." Read more

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6/4/2006
This is one of my most favorite hikes. You can go from Yellowstone park side or the Gallatin Canyon side. The trail is well marked and animals are abundant, including Grizzly bears. We saw bears everytime we went up there. Only one time were we threatened by a sow in a grumpy mood, she didn't even have cubs with her but guess we were in her space. The trail from the Park side isn't a beginners trail but it also is very well marked and achievable by the average hiker. Horse riders also use this trail. It is one of the best.
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Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone National Park
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Trails Illustrated Mammoth Hot Springs; USGS Divide Lake, Joseph Peak, Quadrant Mountain, and Mammoth
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Dec 2018