A Road Less Traveled: Hiking Amid Waterfalls, Waterfowl and Wildlife on the Bord
Program No. 17311RJ
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At a Glance

Experience a week in a lovely log lodge on the shores of a world-famous trout fishery, the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. Explore beautiful sites in Yellowstone and just west, hiking less-traveled paths among waterfalls to spot waterfowl. Discern the area’s history, geology and wildlife through trail-side talks by experts, while seeking moose, elk, sandhill cranes and trumpeter swans. Spend evenings watching incredible sunsets over the Henry’s Fork.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Hike Idaho’s Harriman State Park, a refuge with terrific birding opportunities, and experience two waterfalls of national significance in the Mesa Falls Scenic Area.
  • Climb an extinct volcano and climb sand dunes for amazing views of the Snake River Plain.
  • Visit with a Park Ranger living in the remote Bechler Corner of Yellowstone.

General Notes

A permittee of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.
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