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Cody and East Yellowstone

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  1. East Bridge Bands - Climbing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Bridge Bands are a line of pockety dolomite on the north slope of Shoshone Canyon.

  2. Jack Creek Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Despite the drive through oil fields, ranches and popular fishing spots, the Jack Creek Trail takes hikers into some wide open country with expansive vistas and lots of wildflowers early in the season.

  3. Boulder Basin Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    After feasting your eyes on the scenery of the South Fork Valley on the drive to the trailhead, you’ll continue enjoying the views from the trail. You’ll be channeling your inner bighorn sheep after negotiating the switchbacks that take you into this lonely, yet lovely spot.

  4. Newton Lakes - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Variety is the name of the game for trail running in the Newton Lakes area.

  5. Ishawooa Mesa Trail - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This wilderness trail is perfect for experienced runners who are comfortable with steep terrain in big country.

  6. Ishawooa Trail - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Ishawooa Trail has been used by countless Native Americans, mountain men and modern travelers to get into the isolated Thorofare Region of Yellowstone National Park.

  7. McCullough Peaks - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This is a good trail to see some big views of the western half of the Big Horn Basin. There’s not a lot of traffic on the road and little elevation gain so it’s great for lots of mileage.

  8. Carter Mountain - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Trail running up the Carter Mountain Road gives you the opportunity to take in some excellent views as well as exercise those lungs on the uphill grind.

  9. Paul Stock Aquatic Area - Fishing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    For a fishing adventure that’s right in town but feels like you’re miles away, try the Paul Stock Aquatic Area.

  10. Newton Creek Campground - Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Although nestled between the Yellowstone Highway and the Shoshone River, the Newton Creek campground feels like an isolated spot in the wilderness.

  11. Clearwater Campground - Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Clearwater is a walk-in tent only campground situated on the banks of the North Fork of the Shoshone River.

  12. Eagle Creek Campground - Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This campground is perfect for the 3F’s - family, fishing and fun. At just 40 minutes from town you can still have access to civilization while experiencing the wilds.

  13. Wapiti Campground - Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    If you’re looking for a great, easy to navigate campground with level sites and electric hookups, then your search will be over once you pull into the Wapiti Campground.

  14. Lower Dam Road - Fishing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The wild waters of the Shoshone River as it careens through the boulders of the canyon just below the dam make for some exciting, as well as excellent, fishing.

  15. North Fork of the Shoshone River - Fishing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The North Fork of the Shoshone River is a fisherman’s dream and is accessible for much of its entire length from Yellowstone National Park to Buffalo Bill Dam.

  16. Clarks Fork River - Fishing

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Stunning scenery and some excellent fishing are what you’ll find on the Clarks Fork River north of Cody, Wyoming.

  17. Lamar Valley - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Lamar Valley is literally where the deer and the antelope play. It is home to half of Yellowstone’s 4000 bison and is one of the easiest places to see the park’s famous wolves and grizzlies.

  18. Mary Mountain Trail - Hiking

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Mary Mountain Trail follows an old wagon road from Hayden Valley to connect with the western portion of the Grand Loop Road near Fountain Flat Drive.

  19. Paul Stock Trail - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This is a wide, generally flat trail that gets you off the city streets and along the river for a refreshing sense of nature.

  20. Hayden Arch Road to Newton Lakes - Trail Running

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    You can run this trail one way, both ways and or add on spur routes to make the trail longer. It’s close to town and without much elevation gain, but the miles can quickly add up.

  21. Blacktail Creek

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    The Blacktail Creek Trail travels through open grassland then drops to the ruggedly beautiful Black Canyon of the Yellowstone.

  22. Trout Peak - Backpacking/Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Trout Peak is approachable via three routes, all within a decent drive from Cody. Wide open views of the high peaks of Sunlight Basin and down to Buffalo Bill Reservoir are your reward.

  23. Grizzly Lake - Backpacking/Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Grizzly Lake is an easy backpack in with a chance to bag Mt. Holmes on a long second day.

  24. Pelican Creek to Lamar Valley - Backpacking/Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    Quintessential Yellowstone backcountry awaits hikers on this epic journey through two remote and scenic valleys.

  25. Grebe Lake - Backpacking/Camping

    Cody and East Yellowstone

    This short out and back hike is great for a shakedown trip before heading out on a multi day excursion, or for those who want a backcountry experience without a lot of effort.