Yellowstone in Winter

Yellowstone is one of our favorite national parks, and we've visited dozens of times, but always during the summer. This year, we decided to make a visit to the crown-jewel of the national park system during the winter. Yellowstone in Winter is amazing. What's Open There are a few things that…

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Two Ribbons Trail | Yellowstone

There are so many great hikes in Yellowstone. The great thing is that you can find a hike for any skill level, from the 30 mile three day trek, to the 30 minute nature trail. Best of all, in Yellowstone, all hikes lead to amazing scenery and the opportunity to spot…

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Artists’ Paintpots | Yellowstone

Artists' Paintpots is a short lollipop hike in Yellowstone National Park. This hike features some really unique geothermal features that are rare, even in Yellowstone. The feature looks just like white paint bubbling along the trail. The hike is quite busy, but fortunately, the parking lot turns over quickly because the…

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String Lake Trail | Grand Teton

We have spent a lot of time at String Lake in Grand Teton National Park. This is a great place to play in the water, kayak or canoe, or just hike along the shore. We've spent a lot of time at this lake, but we'd never taken the trail all the…

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Taggart Lake | Grand Teton National Park

Hiking Taggart Lake in Grand Teton National Park is an awesome experience. The biggest difficulty with this hike is parking. There is a small trailhead parking lot that fills up fast, and since the hike takes a fairly large amount of time, cars aren't rotated out very quickly. There is also…

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Cheyenne Big Boots

Downtown Cheyenne has some really big boots! The boots are about eight feet tall, and each is hand-painted like a mural. These boots are unique, and they give Cheyenne a bit of an artsy feel in the downtown area. The Cheyenne Big Boots are so cool. There are nearly twenty Big…

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