There’s plenty of hiking trails at Yellowstone National Park. In this video, Jennifer and I show you our favorite hiking trail called Trout Lake.
We love to hike to and from Trout Lake, in the northeast part of the park near the Lamar Valley. It’s only 1.2 miles roundtrip but because you spend the first part climbing, it’s officially classified as moderate in difficulty. There’s lots of wildlife attracted by the abundant cutthroat trout that gives the lake its name. So take bear spray…and a camera!
Subscribe for more RV adventures: https://www.youtube.com/user/roadtrek…
Comments are closed.