Fawn Pass is a trailhead located off U.S. Highway 191 along the northwest boundary of Yellowstone National Park in the Gallatin Mountain area. The trail is a strenuous 18 mile out-and-back hike to the top of Fawn Pass through grizzly bear country.
Immediately off the road, the overlook itself presents colorful, untrammeled views of the valley outside the western border of Yellowstone National Park.
|Roosevelt Arch (17.9 miles)|
Henrys Lake State Park (27.7 miles)
Grand Prismatic Spring (31.3 miles)
Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook (31.4 miles)
Artist Point (32.5 miles)
|Inspiration Point (32.8 miles)|
Yellowstone National Park (42.9 miles)
Harriman State Park (47.7 miles)
Mesa Falls (54.4 miles)
Horseshoe Lake (54.6 miles)
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Fawn Pass, Gallatin Gateway, Montana 59730
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