Elisabeth is a writer and editor who specializes in the outdoors, environment, health, food, culture, and science. Her work has appeared in Backpacker, Sunset, Grist, Organic Life, Women's Adventure, 5280 (Denver's city magazine), National Park Journal, and more. When she's not scaling peaks in pursuit of a story, Elisabeth loves cooking, paddling, cross-country skiing, and feeding her addiction to self-serve frozen yogurt.
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The waterways surrounding Yellowstone offer up everything from lazy rafting floats to intense rapids—pleasing everyone from kids and grandparents to adrenaline junkies.
Yellowstone Lake’s South Arm is 8 miles from the nearest asphalt and only a few ridges away from the most remote, far-from-a-road spot in the continental U.S.
Helpful tips on choosing the right Yellowstone rafting trip, what to bring, how to stay safe and what to wear.
One of the best ways to enjoy this region is to canoe a beautiful stretch of water.