This Wyoming Park Has Endless Boardwalks And You’ll Want To Explore Them All

Plenty of parks around the world have Boardwalks, which makes hiking out to see incredible natural wonders easy for kids and adults alike. Nothing, however, compares to the boardwalks of Yellowstone National Park. The park’s boardwalks were designed so that visitors could get a close look at the unique thermal features that led to the park being protected in 1872.

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For another boardwalk trail in Yellowstone National Park that’s often overlooked, head over to the Kepler Cascades. There, you’ll One Of Wyoming’s Most Majestic Waterfalls, With No Hiking Necessary, thanks to the boardwalk and overlook that takes you right to the cascades from the side-of-the-road parking lot.