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Clark's Fork Of The Yellowstone River, Clark;s Fork Canyon
Photo By David Jefferis

  • Title: Clark's Fork Of The Yellowstone River, Clark;s Fork Canyon
  • State/Province/Region: Wyoming
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Yellowstone National Park
  • Nearest Town: Clark, Wyoming
  • Brief Directions: Clark, Wyoming is a small rural community approximately 30 miles north of Cody, WY on Hwy 120.
  • Notes: This area is very beautiful and rugged. Plan to do a lot of hiking. There is a short road, but it required very high ground clearance. Mountain Goats can be seen on the high cliffs.
  • GPS Longitude: 110
  • GPS Latitude: 41
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: The Clark's Fork river runs through this canyon over many very large boulders. The river can get very high during the spring run-off. There can be a lot of color during the spring and fall seasons. Wind can also be very strong in the canyon. The canyon walls are very high with many rock formations.
  • Gear: Canon 5d Mk 2 Canon 24mm TS-E Mk II
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