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Yellowstone River

Missouri River Tributary Traveled by Sacagawea & William Clark

The Yellowstone River starts just south of Yellowstone, travels north into Montana until it ultimately flows into the Missouri River. William Clark of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Sacagawea traveled the river in 1806.

in WY, ND, MT
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Six mile loop hike to Point Sublime, Silver Cord Cascade, Ribbon Lake and Forest…
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A Roaring 308ft Waterfall That Plunges Into the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
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If you’re looking for a day hike that has great scenery and provides an excellen…
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This out-and-back leads you along the edge of the spectacular Grand Canyon of th…
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The first half of the Mary Mountain-Nez Perce Trail takes you deep into Hayden V…
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Crater Hills is an active geothermal area in Yellowstone National Park, on the s…
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The 2 mile Yellowstone River Picnic Area Trail follows the east rim of the end o…
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Several Picnic Tables Next to Trailhead
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Picnic Tables on Banks of the Yellowstone River
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Picnic Tables at Beginning of Specimen Ridge Trail
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Large Picnic Area Away From the Road
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View the Upper Falls From a Distance
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View From Edge of Roaring Waterfall
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Overlook Right at the Edge of the Falls
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Boardwalk Through Muddy Hot Springs and Steam Vents
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Lesser-Known Overlook of Basalt-Lined Canyon
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