About Trail Guides Yellowstone
About Trail Guides Yellowstone

Connecting People and Wilderness
Yellowstone National Park is a unique place. It has a magic quality that draws you in and exposes you to the raw power and beauty of nature. It's a backpackers paradise that contains more than 1,000 miles of scenic trails spread over some of the most pristine wilderness in the lower 48. The featured hikes on the Trail Guides Yellowstone website represent some of the best of what Yellowstone has to offer, and I hope the images and information you find here will provide you with the inspiration you need to plan your own adventures in the backcountry of this incredible wonderland—a place where wild animals still roam free, and nature is left untouched for all to enjoy.

Brian Farrell, Trail Guides Yellowstone
Brian Farrell, Owner
After moving to Bozeman in 2002, hiking and backpacking in Yellowstone National Park became a regular part of my life. Every time I set foot in the backcountry of Yellowstone I come away with a greater appreciation for the beauty and diversity that exists in this incredibly unique ecosystem. This is a very special place that I've come to know and love and I look forward to sharing it with you.

Yellowstone Favorites
Short day hikes: Mount Washburn, Storm Point, Purple Mountain
Long day hikes: Pelican Cone, Fawn Pass - West Side, Pebble Creek
Multi-day backpacking trips: The Thorofare, Pelican Valley and the Lamar River Trails

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Laura Atwood, Marketing
Laura moved to Montana in 2002 and if she had the choice she would still be there, but life took her first to northern Colorado and now to Anchorage, Alaska. Since leaving Montana she and her husband have gone back to Yellowstone National Park every year to hike, view wildlife and just enjoy the beauty of the Park. Her favorite hike in the park is Avalanche Peak. Laura worked for 10 years in the horticulture field with a special interest in native plants. She completed the Native Plant Master Course in Larimer County, Colorado. She currently works at the Alaska Native Heritage Center.

Laura enjoys day hiking, backpacking, gardening, walking her two dogs, and chocolate (the darker the better).

Madison McClintock

Madison McClintock
Madison is a M.F.A candidate in Montana State’s Natural History & Science Filmmaking program. Although a California-native, she received her B.A. in Environmental Studies from Franklin College in Switzerland. Madison attributes her most valuable educational experiences to experiential learning and loves to immerse herself in other worlds and cultures. As a result, she is particularly interested in how filmmaking can be used as a creative medium to promote awareness about important cultural and environmental issues.

Brett Kuxhausen

Brett Kuxhausen
Brett is a M.F.A. student at Montana State University’s Science and Natural History Filmmaking Program. Originally from southwest Iowa, Brett obtained his Bachelor’s of Science degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Biological Sciences, while minoring in Chemistry and Film Studies. He spent his time there conducting research under the supervision of a top biologist and producing an independent research project on tropical fish predator and prey interactions. Combining his scientific roots with a passion for film, Brett independently produces material focused on educating and entertaining.


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