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Great hike to falls. Be sure to continue on for 1/2 mile to Imperial and Spray Geysers. It’s a great place to sit and enjoy the colorful water and the never ending geyser activity! Good lunch spot. We saw a lone bison in the woods...More
This was a very easy hike to fairy falls. It was a warm day but there was a nice breeze. The hike is a busy one with lots of people traveling to the falls. It is stunning and worth the several hours of hiking to...More
I am more of a walker than a hiker, and this trail was perfect for me. I began in the parking lot a short distance south of Prismatic Springs (there seem to be two ways to get to the falls - this is the shorter...More
This was a very easy hike out to a beautiful waterfall. It was one of my favorite things we did in Yellowstone. It did take a while to find out how to get here, because signage does not seem to be a priority in YNP....More
One of the many hikes we scheduled was Fairy Falls. The hike is easy with little elevation. Little to no risk of bears or other wildlife. A busy trail with many families and couple enjoying the leisurely trek.
This hike is just under a mile from the parking lot to the observation deck, and is on the easy side of things. Don’t miss the turn on the left where a small sign just says “trail”. That’s the trail up to the viewing deck....More
Thanks to many of the reviews I read on this site, we did not hike all the way to Fairy Falls. It was getting hot, our kids were getting crabby, and we needed to find a bathroom and some more water. But this trail is...More
Go early in the morning to get a good parking spot and hike before the heat starts. We started our hike at 8:30 and finished around 1:00. Early morning the Grand Prismatic Spring is covered with a mist making it hard to fully appreciate the...More
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There is no bike rack, however, there are wooden barricades blocking you from going on the trail past the Midway Geyser Basin where there is trail construction. There are trees nearby that would probably work too. I would... More
There is no bike rack, however, there are wooden barricades blocking you from going on the trail past the Midway Geyser Basin where there is trail construction. There are trees nearby that would probably work too. I would ask a ranger to be sure it's OK to lock your bike to a barricade or what is preferred.