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Forces of the Northern Range Yellowstone Wyoming

Submitted By: Hike In KC on 15 Jul 2009

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Latitude: 44.959405
Longitude: -110.56654

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Take the upper loop in Yellowstone National Park. The trail head is in between Mammoth and Tower. There is a geocache called Frog Rock really close nearby that really looks like a frog.

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This is a short 1/2 mile long self guided loop trail. Great to take children on as it is a boardwalk and there are benches to rest on along the path.

This section of the park is the driest and lowest in elevation in the entire park. Large animals winter here because the wind and sun keep snow levels low. There is a lot of sagebrush and grass for them to graze on.

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Forces of the Northern Range Yellowstone

Forces of the Northern Range Yellowstone
This is a picture looking north across the Forces of the Northern Range trail in Yellowstone just east of Mammoth.