Mount Washburn via Dunraven Pass Trailhead Map (Yellowstone NP, Wyoming)
A special Backpacker Magazine topo map printed on waterproof, tearproof paper. Includes topographic map data from the USGS and detailed trip information
The hike to Mt. Washburn’s 10,223-foot summit, overlooking the Yellowstone Plateau below, is the most popular full-day hike in the nation’s fourth-most-visited national park. But almost everyone takes the six-mile Chittenden Road Trail to the summit and back. Leave a car at the Dunraven Pass trailhead, drive down to the Glacial Boulder trailhead, and take the scenic route—you’ll have almost the entire nine-mile climb all to yourself, and enjoy wildflowers on the descent down through the meadow on the other side. Map includes turn-by-turn hiking directions and in-depth trip planning essentials to help you experience this BACKPACKER PRO adventure.
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