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Beautiful and Peaceful

Spent a week in GTNP and YNP and this was by far my favorite part of the trip. Everywhere else you... read more

Reviewed 2 May 2017
Frankie M
A joy

When I was nine years old, my dad pitched a StarCraft pop-up camper here at the huckleberry hot... read more

Reviewed 15 January 2016
jesse o
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Jackson, Wyoming
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May 1, 2017
“Beautiful and Peaceful”
Jan 15, 2016
“A joy”
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

Spent a week in GTNP and YNP and this was by far my favorite part of the trip. Everywhere else you go in Yellowstone is packed with tourists, but this was off the map and we didn't run into a single other person. The springs...More

2  Thank Frankie M
Reviewed 15 January 2016 via mobile

When I was nine years old, my dad pitched a StarCraft pop-up camper here at the huckleberry hot springs campground, long since removed. But the hot spring waters continue to flow into polecat creek from several locations. Please talk to the Rangers at the small...More

5  Thank jesse o
Reviewed 5 August 2015

Gorgeous trail. We didn't know what to expect since this area doesn't have the classic Tetons view, but it was lovely and quiet. There are horses that take the trail so be aware of that and stand quietly to the side when they pass. The...More

1  Thank Artsie A
Reviewed 28 June 2012

To go on this trail you will need to cross the Polecat Creek, which even late in the season can be fast moving and fairly deep. We went in late Aug., 2011, and the water was up to our thighs (we are about average height)....More

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