It's vital to do everything you can to stay at least 100 yards away from larger and more dangerous wildlife in Yellowstone. But, what do you do when you have a surprise up-close encounter? A veteran hiker in Yellowstone just had this happen and made lifesaving decisions that all of us can learn from.
The summer is drawing to a close, which means that you have one more chance to hit the tails and enjoy the great outdoors before the snow comes.
If you are not sure where to go for a wonderful hike in nature, the website All Trails has your back...
You never know what you'll find along the trail when you go hiking. One girl and her dog were enjoying their outdoor time when they saw something small on the trail ahead of them. It was a tiny harmless-looking bobcat kitten.
If you love amazing views, Wyoming just keeps giving and giving and giving. There's a new video that further proves this point as I've just seen a trail I've never been on that provides sights that will drop your jaw.
If you hike Yellowstone National Park any time of year, there is a chance you will encounter wildlife. But, it's not common at all to come upon a red fox like this hiker recently did inside of the park.