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|Garden Wall Trail to Glacier Overlook in Glacier National Park|
This extension off Highline Trail climbs a thousand feet in a mile to extraordinary views over Grinnell Glacier and a trio of subalpine lakes.
|Grinnell Lake Trail in Glacier National Park|
This long but level 7.5-mile hike passes a triplet of beautiful turquoise glacier-fed lakes in the Many Glacier region of the park.
|Highline Trail in Glacier National Park|
This stunning trail presents hikes of several lengths from 7 miles to 15 miles, like an amazing 13.5-mile through-hike that includes a spur trail to an exceptional Glacier Overlook.
|Johns Lake Loop in Glacier National Park|
This 2-mile loop visits a small lake in a mossy fores and then follows McDonald Creek past McDonald Falls to return to the trailhead.
|Saint Mary Falls and Virginia Falls in Glacier National Park|
This 3-mile hike visits two waterfalls in the forest above Saint Mary Lake on the east side of Glacier National Park.
|Boiling River Trail in Yellowstone National Park|
This 1.25-mile round trip hike follows a riverbank to a natural hot tub where a stream of water cooked by nearby geothermal features mixes with the river.
|Pebble Creek Trail in Yellowstone National Park|
This 12-mile long trail travels down a beautiful backcountry meadow between Montana and Wyoming, bringing through hikers to a second trailhead (shorter out and back hikes are also possible without a car shuttle).