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Yellowstone National Park, WY
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This river runs all through Yellowstone Park and is joined by the Lewis River just as it exits the southern border into Wyoming on its way down through Jackson Hole and into Idaho. Take some time to marvel at its beauty as you travel /...More

Thank tlagyn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You cannot miss it if you're in Yellowstone!!! It is everywhere and it truly was named correctly. Beautiful to picnic by and just take in some breathtaking views. It started snowing on us while we were enjoying the vastness and beauty, but we still stayed...More

Thank Amanda T
Reviewed 29 July 2016

You have to go the Chapel of Transfiguration which is on the Snake River. Unfortunately the ferry was not operating at the time we visited. The Rangers were very busy and could not run the ferry at the time.

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Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

The snake river travels to Idaho from here. We looked on the map and was amazed at its path. Winding In and around the mountains like a snake. My friend lives in Boise Idaho. We will see the river again when we stop to see...More

Thank Darlene H
Reviewed 12 July 2016

Photogenic river that is initially seen by the south entrance of YNP. It winds throughout GTNP and also offers chances of seeing wildlife.

Thank Big_bro_1_usa
Reviewed 18 May 2016 via mobile

It's beautiful etc, but in comparison to some of the other rivers in Yellowstone, I can't say this is better than many others

Thank Dara-Khmer
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

The mighty snake river whose waters flow to the pacific via the Columbia, begins in Yellowstone park. Is true there are three recognized sources but the highest and the longest is in a glacial cirque at 10,000 feet on the continental divide well within Yellowstone....More

Thank jesse o
Reviewed 13 December 2015

The Snake River winds through Yellowstone and into Grand Tetons. We stopped at several spots and were amazed how clear the water was. We saw buffalo along the river in one spot. Also lots of waterfowl. There are rafting trips that I heard are very...More

Thank morrishj
Reviewed 7 October 2015

We enjoyed various view of the Snake River during our drive through Idaho and our visit to Yellowstone National Park. The Snake River is a major river and is 1,078 miles long. Hell's Canyon is on the Snake River as well.

Thank mini
Reviewed 5 September 2015

The snake river is long and varied, but almost always worth a look. Driving through Yellowstone National Park, you can see the Snake in many places. We stopped at one of the many spots setup for quick visits, bot out of the car and saw...More

Thank Joe B
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