40 Days in Yellowstone by Jake Bramante of Hike 734

Explore Yellowstone National Park through videos, photos, and stories

Sapphire Pool - Photo Credit: Jake Bramante
Sapphire Pool – Photo Credit: Jake Bramante

Jake Bramante will present “40 Days in Yellowstone” at Flathead Audubon’s general meeting on Monday, November 14th. While working on his “Day Hikes of Yellowstone National Park” map in 2015,

Jake Bramante - Photo Credit: Jeremie Hollman
Jake Bramante – Photo Credit: Jeremie Hollman

Jake took along his camera to document the trails. He’ll show videos, pictures, and share stories of the 40 days he spent exploring the park from May through September. Visit the open meadows in the north filled with bison to the waterfall-packed areas in the remote southwest corner along with all of the fantastic hydrothermal features in between.

Please join us at 7PM in the meeting room of the Gateway Community Center, look for the Flathead Audubon Banner, off US Highway 2 West in Kalispell. The program is free and all are welcome. Jake’s maps will be for sale at the event with a portion of the proceeds going to Flathead Audubon.

In 2011, Jake Bramante of Hike 734 became the first person to hike all 734 miles of trail in Glacier National Park in one summer. Through his blog, he found himself answering numerous questions about Glacier and its wonders. In response, he created a driving map and a day hiking map to help Glacier’s many visitors explore this magnificent park. He has since created day hiking maps for Zion National Park and Yellowstone National Park and is currently working on a map for Grand Teton National Park.