Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park offers a spectacular view and hiking opportunities. There are two trails to the top, which is at an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer route is about 3 miles but is less steep than the shorter one.<252><137>The view from Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park. The trail to the top takes hikers 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer but less steep way up the mountain is 3 miles each way. Give yourself at least two hours for the drive from the geysers to Mount Washburn. The trail to the top is well-maintained, but the hike isn’t for those out of shape: You’ll climb some 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. There are two ways up: The longer route, from Dunraven Pass, is about 3 miles each way, but it’s less steep than the Chittenden Road option. Take the same route down; the parking lots for each trailhead are 6 miles apart. <252><137>
Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park offers a spectacular view and hiking opportunities. There are two trails to the top, which is at an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer route is about 3 miles but is less steep than the shorter one.<252><137>The view from Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park. The trail to the top takes hikers 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer but less steep way up the mountain is 3 miles each way. Give yourself at least two hours for the drive from the geysers to Mount Washburn. The trail to the top is well-maintained, but the hike isn’t for those out of shape: You’ll climb some 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. There are two ways up: The longer route, from Dunraven Pass, is about 3 miles each way, but it’s less steep than the Chittenden Road option. Take the same route down; the parking lots for each trailhead are 6 miles apart. <252><137> Anick Jesdanun the associated Press
Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park offers a spectacular view and hiking opportunities. There are two trails to the top, which is at an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer route is about 3 miles but is less steep than the shorter one.<252><137>The view from Mount Washburn in Yellowstone National Park. The trail to the top takes hikers 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. The longer but less steep way up the mountain is 3 miles each way. Give yourself at least two hours for the drive from the geysers to Mount Washburn. The trail to the top is well-maintained, but the hike isn’t for those out of shape: You’ll climb some 1,400 feet to an elevation of 10,243 feet. There are two ways up: The longer route, from Dunraven Pass, is about 3 miles each way, but it’s less steep than the Chittenden Road option. Take the same route down; the parking lots for each trailhead are 6 miles apart. <252><137> Anick Jesdanun the associated Press