The Hike To Wyoming’s Pretty Little Trout Lake Is Short And Sweet

With its stunning landscapes, Yellowstone National Park is one of Wyoming’s top hiking destinations but not everyone is up for a lengthy, strenuous trek. If you’re looking for a trail that is short and sweet, you’ll want to check out the Trout Lake Trail in the park’s northern stretches.

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A small parking area is located at the trailhead. For additional details, visit the park’s website or AllTrails.

Website: nps.gov
Trail information: alltrails.com
Phone: 307-344-7381

On the lookout for another lake to hike in the Cowboy State? Check out the beautiful Crater Lake, located about 54 miles northwest of Laramie. Read more in Hike To An Emerald Lagoon On The Easy Crater Lake Trail In Wyoming.

Address: Trout Lake Trailhead, US-212, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, USA