For those who love to explore the great outdoors, encountering wildlife can be a thrilling experience. However, when it comes to bears, it is essential to approach with caution and be prepared for the unexpected. Whether you are a seasoned hiker or a first-timer, understanding how to stay safe in bear country is crucial. Let’s cover my top 10 bear safety tips to reduce the risk of a dangerous encounter.
Grand Teton National Park is one of my favorite national parks with its jagged peaks, alpine lakes, and abundant wildlife. From easy strolls to challenging treks, Grand Teton National Park also offers a variety of trails. Just make sure you don’t miss the best! Each of these hikes will leave you with lasting memories.
Glacier National Park is always my number one pick when it comes to hiking in one of America’s national parks! The beauty of its glacial-fed lakes and jagged mountain peaks, plus an abundance of wildlife make this park truly special. I’ve had some incredible encounters with moose, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, mule deer, and even grizzly bears!