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Wolf Lake Cutoff Trail, located near Norris, offers a moderate six mile hike that follows the Gibbon River for at least 1 mile (1 km), passing Little Gibbon Falls. Dense, partially burned lodgepole pine forest is your main companion the rest of the way to Wolf Lake.

Directions: From Ice Lake Trailhead, Travel about 1/4 miles east to a big pullout on Canyon-Norris Road. There is no trailhead sign due to lack of regular maintenance on the trail, but orange markers can be seen once hikers cross the road from the trailhead.

Distance: 6 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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