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Point Sublime Trail

1.2 Miles
Easy
2

Camping Allowed

Waterfall

Lookout/Views

Dogs (leashed)

This small section of the Point Sublime Trail in Yellowstone National Park is a 1.2 mile out-and-back hike along the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.

This hike includes a stop at the Artist Point lookout (0.2 mile trail) with amazing views of the Lower Falls on the Yellowstone River. Going further along the trail, you weave in and out of pine forests and ledges along the canyon. The canyon itself is multicolored with layers of sediment, which make it look as if it was painted.

This is by far one of the best hiking trails in Yellowstone National Park.


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Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

Summer, Fall

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44.720097, -110.479889

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154 '

Total Change
255 '

Ascent
250 '

Descent
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1.2 miles
Trail added
October 08, 2015
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June 16, 2018

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