Black Canyon Trail
Key information: Black Canyon Trail
- Follow this trail over open meadows (full of wildflowers during mid-summer), before dropping deep into the spectacular Black canyon of the huge Yellowstone river.
- Walk alongside creeks, see a lake formed during the last ice age and admire the thunderous Knowles Falls.
- Odd geological formations and the evidence of past hot springs add interest to the hike.
- This is a remote walk, on which you will have to be self sufficient and where bears can cause real problems. Come prepared.
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest16
- Human interest0
- Negative points0
- Total rating84
- Note: Negs: unpredictable weather
- Length: 20km
- 6 hours
- Maximum Altitude: Not significant
- Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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