Yellowstone Meadows Cutoff Professional Review and Guide
"The trail climbs steadily 1 mile to the Continental Divide and a sign that says, “Yellowstone Trail, Marston Fork.” The view from the top is spectacular. As far as the eye can see are deeply incised volcanic plateaus. The spectacular ramparts of the mighty Thorofare Plateau (the largest, most remote, and most difficult-to-access plateau in the Teton Wilderness) dominate the scene beyond the Yellowstone River. Ferry Lake seems farther beneath you than it actually is. The Tetons are visible in the distance. Highlights: Beautiful and vast Yellowstone Meadows; Parting of the Waters Natural Landmark (Continental Divide); the spectacular and remote canyon of the Upper North Buffalo Fork; wildlife."
--Lee Mercer & Ralph Maughan, Hiking Wyoming's Teton & Washakie Wildness Areas (Falcon Guides).
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