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I was just up there last week and got to spend some time on the Snake and Gros Ventre Rivers. This was a great post and I would suggest this 7 day trip to anyone going to the Jackson Hole and Yellowstone! Yellowstone is usually always on this list, provided you have some time to explore this bucket-list destination, so we asked our Wise Guides for their recommendations on the ideal 5 day trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Starting near Midway Geyser Basin, you will hop from geyser basin to geyser basin. Within one square mile, there are over 150 geothermal features here, making this one of the best spots in the park to see geysers, hot springs, and thermal pools. After the first eruption, spend some time exploring the Upper Geyser Basin and Geyser Hill. $600-700 seems like a lot for the itinerary, but I have not been before. If you get here in the morning, before 9 am, traffic should be light enough that you can drive to each overlook. We’re going this summer with our 3 kids, ages 3, 7 and 10. The lower falls are 308 feet and are super photogenic. Outside of the park: In West Glacier, we stayed at the Great Northern Resort. If you are not a big hiker, ride the boat across Swiftcurrent and Josephine Lakes. Your recommendations for how to approach trip? If so, I would do the Cody rodeo on your way in then do Yellowstone first, starting North at Mammoth Hot Springs and drive down to Old Faithful Inn then around to Canyon Village and then back down towards the Tetons and Jackson. Cheers, Julie, I am so excited to start planning after reading this. Finally, this itinerary can be done in the opposite order. The Wort Hotel. Be aware that many of the roads close in both parks during the winter season (typically November through early May), including the southern entrance of Yellowstone. Day 4 on our itinerary, visiting Mammoth Hot Springs, would be your first day and then I would head to Yellowstone’s Canyon & Lake the next day (Day 5 on our itinerary). It takes almost six and a half hours to drive from Gardiner, MT to Many Glacier. Our website uses cookies. Note: This post contains affiliate links. This just might be the moment you have been anticipating this entire trip…the scenic drive along Going-to-the-Sun Road. to read our Guide to Yellowstone National Park. Teton Village at Jackson Hole: Ski resort by winter, outdoor playground by summer, this resort offers hotels and restaurants, plus gondolas, chair lifts, and a cable car that will whisk you up to Rendezvous Peak for stunning views over the Tetons. Kristen. It was clean, it was quiet, and we loved having the space and the ability to cook our own food. Do you have suggestions for coming “down” from Yellowstone and making our way to SLC? Your road trip ends in Glacier National Park, one of the USA’s most beautiful national parks. Check out my video for some ideas… Where should we stay, and how long? Answer 1 of 4: Hello! An A+ company rated by BBB. to Sequoia Nat. On your way into the park, swing by the Grant Village Visitors Center to see the video about the famous 1988 Yellowstone fire that burned a third of Yellowstone— it helps visitors understand the devastation Yellowstone has faced, and why it has a rough appearance in certain areas. If you still have trouble please let us know. You have the chance to spot moose right from the boat. Also looking to do some fly fishing. Sooooo pretty! Thanks for all this information. They do recommended bear spray in the Tetons, so i would definitely plan on carrying that with you when you are hiking. Thank you! plan on going to Grand Tetons for a day or two… then do Yellowstone for 3 or 4 and head back to SLC Thank you!!!! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Grand Teton remains pristine despite its growing popularity. One-Week Best of Yellowstone and Grand Teton Itinerary By Becky Lomax, author of Moon Yellowstone & Grand Teton From spouting geysers to toothy mountains, this Yellowstone and Grand Teton itinerary takes you on a week-long romp through the two national parks and wraps up with a smash-bang ending in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. My wife and I will be with three of our children 12-14-16. It is not located in the city center, so you will have to drive to the town square and park your car if you want to visit the heart of Jackson. As time is limited can you advise: We are currently trying to decide on whether we want to do camping vs hotels/lodging due to the baggage fees on airplanes. I will say this – There are still so many things that you should see if you have the time! At Colter Bay Village, there is a gas station and restaurants, a great place to refuel your car and your own batteries before continuing on to Yellowstone. Before entering Glacier National Park, refill your tank in Babb. Day 1: Arrive in Jackson We had a one-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen. Is there a way that I can print this itinerary? I spent more time than usual figuring out which airport to use, how long to go, where to stay, and what to do. A few years ago, I went up to Jackson, Wyoming for an awesome winter weekend at the Triangle X Ranch just outside of Teton National Park. The Yellowstone River carved out this canyon. Utah to Yellowstone & Grand Teton Itinerary. So thankful I found your itinerary! This annual park pass costs $80 and is valid for one year. I think it works best to visit Idaho Falls before you start this itinerary. We had a great stay…the room was clean, very quiet, and comfortable. (any advice on where we should stay (reasonably priced) and anything else we should see or do I would love to hear!) Camping where you suggest? Hey, Natalie! We are planning to visit this August. Check out our lodging post for lots of ideas on hotels that are literally steps away from some of the campgrounds: https://bearfoottheory.com/yellowstone-campgrounds-lodging/ Is that something that should be reserved for another visit perhaps when the wildlife is more active in the spring? Visit Mormon Row at sunrise and then spend the morning driving the 42-mile scenic loop drive. Click for the 3 Vibrant Fall Days in Eastern Idaho's Yellowston Teton Territory You’ll pass the West Thumb of the lake, which formed 150,000 years ago after a big volcanic eruption. Honestly, I wouldn’t really change anything. You could then circle back to do the Grant Village area the following day before heading to the Tetons where you’d just do our itinerary in reverse. This itinerary, however, can … We spent three nights in Gardiner. Important Update for 2020: The east side of Glacier National Park is closed for road construction. Day 6 (Yellowstone): Mammoth (1st choice); Gardiner MT (second choice) Thanks in Advance! Day 1: Yellowstone National Park Begin your Yellowstone to Grand Teton adventure by driving from Cody, Wyoming. Ha! In terms of things to do honestly, if you are leaving Yellowstone on Friday and heading through the Tetons & Jackson Hole to be in Salt Lake City by Monday you’ll be totally fine. Great itinerary! To minimize your driving today, stay near Lake McDonald or in West Glacier. However, reservations for the park lodges need to be made months in advance (as much as 6 to 12 months in advance!). Looking for where else we should stay. I went ahead and updated the post to reflect the trail maintenance that’s going on up there. Thanks again for good details. For a trip in the summer, make your reservations far in advance (6 to 12 months before your trip to get a room in one of the lodges in Yellowstone National Park). Ideally, time your visit so you arrive at Logan Pass by 7:45 am. Day 1: Arrive in Jackson, Wyoming It is located at 1 Teton Park Rd, Moose, WY 83012 and is formally called the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center. Stretching along each side of the river are scenic overlooks and hiking trails. Other airports in the area are Idaho Falls about 2.5 to 3 hours from parks. I have been attempting to plan this trip forever, but have been overwhelmed with too many options! If you don’t mind early starts to your days, and making them a little bit busier, you can still see everything we have listed in two and a half action packed days in Yellowstone. From the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, it is a short drive to Norris Geyser Basin. This is the biggest driving day of the trip. This town also has a great little family-owned grocery store so you can restock on food (you will get bored with the park food really quickly—it is the same between both parks and at all stores in the parks). Hubby and I are in our 60’s will be flying into Jackson in September. Awesome Anna! Day 6: Glacier Hi Diane, have you checked out our lodging guide to Yellowstone? Check in with the National Parks regarding talks & programs geared towards kids for the time you are there. If you are staying in Canyon Village in Yellowstone, add another hour onto this drive. Day 9 (Glacier): Stay in West Glacier or Whitefish. Sounds like an incredible week on the road if you ask me, and with the information she provides, planning a trip to these two incredible parks is going to be a cinch. Our favorite restaurant in Jackson is Local Restaurant & Bar. We did rent a car for this itinerary (from the Salt Lake City Airport) but we just flew with our camping gear, we didn’t rent any camping gear. There are 7 formal campgrounds from which to choose. You could also maybe make a game time decision based on the best weather for whitewater rafting! * You can not add any links to your comment as was previously mentioned above, The Ultimate 7-day Teton and Yellowstone Road Trip Itinerary, Check out this link for a note on bear safety, Check out this blog post for tips on finding free campsites, Check out our guide to the campgrounds in Yellowstone with tips for getting a reservation, Ultimate Guide to Planning your First Solo Road Trip, The Ultimate Saguaro National Park Outdoor Adventure Guide, 8-Day Alaska Road Trip Itinerary for Adventure Travelers, 7-Day Southeast Montana Itinerary for Outdoor Enthusiasts, Ultimate Guide to Yellowstone Campgrounds & Lodging, Ultimate Hot Springs National Park Travel Guide, https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/parkroads.htm, https://bearfoottheory.com/spot-gen3-review/, https://outdoorsconnected.com/blog/john-f-yanceys-death-and-the-roosevelt-arch-/, https://bearfoottheory.com/yellowstone-campgrounds-lodging/, https://outdoorsconnected.com/blog/10-things-to-experience-during-your-next-trip-to-mammoth-hot-springs-in-yellowstone/, https://bearfoottheory.com/campervan-rental-companies-us-road-trip/, https://bearfoottheory.com/utah-national-parks/. ID. Day 8: Glacier Thanks! To get into the heart of Jackson, it is a short drive or a 20-minute walk. They came up with a great one for you, so here it is. I was super excited to share my itinerary for the Tetons & Yellowstone on Bearfoot Theory! I am planning my trip and want to follow your plan as closely as possible! Other great restaurants include Bin22, Liberty Burger, and Blue Lion. This hotel is located next door to the Wyoming Inn, mentioned above. For the best experience, consider staying one night in Waterton, although you can also visit Waterton Lakes on a day trip from Many Glacier. Will try to follow your itinerary somewhat but will be staying in Jackson hole for part of the week and at the west gate of Yellowstone for part of the week. Learn More: Highline Trail: Logan Pass to the Loop. Hi Craig, sounds like you’re going to have a great time–those are awesome launching points and you’re set up for a good number of nights! Great info. I agree that the Fishing Bridge store is the best one in the park! With the kids? In the park: Mammoth is the best place to stay in the park. Excellent video of a great road trip. My partner and I have been planning to drive and hike around Yellowstone in June, but unfortunately I broke my ankle last week skiing I should be out of the cast by June but likely not much of a hiker still. You can either walk the rim trail or drive to each overlook. Renting an airbnb just outside the parks. In the Park: Canyon Village is the best place to stay in the park, Mammoth is also a good option. Hello Lindsay, thanks for reaching out. Rushmore, Devil’s Tower, etc. Read Back to the Basics: Hiking 101 Tips **. Thanks, Mel! For the best experience, you need to get a very early start today. We stayed here on our most recent visit. All the best from the Bearfoot Theory team . Yellowstone really has that feel. I’m renting a sprinter from Venture Vans in May for a Yellowstone/Grand Teton 6 night trip. Mammoth Hot Springs is the definition of unique in Yellowstone and it’s very different from everything you’ve seen so far. I want to take the north entrance into Yellow Stone from Red Lodge. Do you have any suggestions? The trail literally clings to the cliffs above Going-to-the-Sun Road and you will be treated to some of the best views of this part of the hike. Thanks for checking out the post and glad you liked it. Can’t wait to hear about it! In addition to this, you will have extra driving within the parks (could be up to 50 miles per day in Grand Teton and Glacier and up to 100 miles per day in Yellowstone. Both take you close to Bear Lake. As we moved through itinerary, it became obvious that we should not alter our path much from what was suggested as most of it seemed to have purpose. glad it was helpful! I have spent some summers in both parks. Click for the Yellowstone Grand Teton Loop Itinerary. Click here to learn more about your options. With life a bit unsettled now, we aren’t making definite plans, but if it works out we can hopefully use this plan from north to south, and find accommodations for our trailer. Our last day in the park, going up to Mammoth Hot Springs before heading back to Salt Lake since we fly out very early the next morning (about an 8 hour drive). So, I suggest arriving about 15 minutes before the eruption to secure a good viewing spot. If you get to SLC and have a few hours to burn I highly recommend you check out Park City (famous for incredible winter skiing and hosting the Sundance Film Festival) or if you really want to indulge (won’t lie, we did) then check out the Kura Door Spa. It’s a busy area of the park, but this drive is unbelievably beautiful, especially during wildflower season. Check this page for the latest info: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/parkroads.htm. Have you personally taken the I80/89 route? Here is the only minor alterations we made: so I can’t talk a lot about that area. The plan is a 9-10 trip. … The hike up Mt. When I plan long lengthy trips for a group I generally only pick 1-2 things at max to do/see a day, I find this makes it easier on me and allows time for things to be added to the list that we might discover. Thanks ! So, it’s smart to plan for an early-morning arrival to get a site. Check out this article I wrote about the place: https://outdoorsconnected.com/blog/10-things-to-experience-during-your-next-trip-to-mammoth-hot-springs-in-yellowstone/ For a full listing of what to do in the park, check out our article Best Things to do in Grand Teton National Park. Will definitely check them out on our next trip through the park. Typically, we don’t recommend saving a big hike for the afternoon, but due to road closures, and to minimize driving time, this is the best time to add this hike to this itinerary. For seasonal road closure information, see these pages on the Grand Teton and Yellowstone websites. Just one tiny correction. From Colter Bay, it is less than 20 miles to the South Entrance of Yellowstone National Park (about a 30-minute drive). Looks like you guys had a great trip . I recommend starting on the North Rim. This hike is 3-miles long and takes about an hour and a half. Tim and I did a condensed version of this itinerary, cramming Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and Glacier into a 7-day road trip, with a quick detour through Idaho, for a total of 10 days. It is hard to make plans right now, hopefully things settle down by the time September comes around. Important Update for 2020 and 2021: There is road construction in the Many Glacier area of Glacier National Park. Idaho Falls Regional Airport is 94 miles away and is a 2-hour drive from Jackson. If you stay here, expect big delays driving into the park because of road construction. During our visit, we got one of the last parking spaces right at 7:45 am (so getting here even earlier is better). Using Google Chrome, to go file -> print -> more settings -> open PDF in preview and then print it. But with so much to do up there, planning a trip to the region can be overwhelming. Hey Kim, These are the park’s most acid hot springs and are worth a stop along the way. Any suggestions? Check out this link for a note on bear safety. It’s a beautiful area and home to the largest concentration of bison in Yellowstone. I am not sure if the website or my computer is not allowing me to print. We are planing on going to Yelowstone, Teton, and Glacier. Hi all, Then, if you aren’t totally “geysered-out”, stop at the Norris Geyser Basin for a short walk to stretch the legs and get your morning dose. Kara and I stayed at the Kelly Inn and ate dinner at Café Madriz, a great tapas restaurant. This is the area of Yellowstone with the highest concentration of geysers and hot springs, including the famous Old Faithful geyser. With Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park being just 31 miles apart, the two parks make for an incredible weeklong road trip. The wildlife sightings and the gorgeous scenery made this one of our favorite experiences in Glacier National Park. Travel back to Salt Lake City and fly home! Leaving Yellowstone, drive south into Grand Teton National Park. Cheers, Julie. At the end of this article, I’ll let you know how to do the same thing. Their prices are average and all services include access to relaxation rooms, sauna, steam room, and yummy treats & tea. Take a peek into the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and check out the map room—it features a map of the United States made from several different kinds of wood. Surrounded by breathtaking nature reserves such as the scenic Shoshone National Forest, the sprawling Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the neighboring Bridger-Teton National Forest, and of course, the famous Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park is part of the so-called Greater Yellowstone … Any place we stay has to accommodate 5 people at a reasonable price. Thanks for this article! Maybe you could do Devil’s Tower and arrive late to Red Lodge then head into the park the next morning. For dinner, the Gun Barrel Steak & Game House is a popular spot. All of my camping gear is also lightweight & built for backpacking so it really depends on the quality/level of gear you have. Is May to early to visit? If you have an early flight tomorrow, stay closer to the airport, either in Whitefish or Kalispell. If arriving from the south entrance of the park, do it in the opposite order. If you have one or more days to add to this itinerary (lucky you! The hike out to Taggart Lake is longer but it’s also a very nice hike. Sounds like an incredible trip! The first day (blue points on the map) works best in the order below if coming from Canyon Village or points north or west. One of the most popular things to do in Grand Teton is to take the boat across Jenny Lake and hike up to Inspiration Point. As you drive to Logan Pass, there are numerous turn outs where you can stop and enjoy the view. Have been to Yellowstone and the Tetons multiple times, but discovered a new trail that we will try in October. The first is a short hike on the boardwalk that puts you right at the base of the springs. How would you recommend shortening the trip a little? Thanks for all of these tips! From here you can stay and hang out at the lake or venture further down into the canyon. We just got back from a trip to Yellowstone/Grand Teton and loved it. It’s a beautiful lookout on the edge of a cliff, that showcases a cascading waterfall in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. It means reserving another hotel room or campsite but it is worth the time savings. A majority of the major sights in Yellowstone are under 0.5 mile paths. Go back out at 3:00 or 4:00 pm, when crowds start to quiet down. I don’t have any suggestions for hotels, but I’d suggest you try Airbnb. Yellowstone or bust! Regarding gear, you should check out http://www.lowergear.com. We bought bear spray at the grocery store in Jackson. You should be able to print this. Many thanks to Kristen for posting and Kim for writing. As far as camping/hiking gear etc? Be prepared to see a whole new world in a very short distance. It’s kind of the best mix, cause you can hike all day but have an awesome room, shower, and meal to come back to. Camping in Yellowstone is also a convenient option as it minimizes the amount of driving you’ll have to do, but it requires advanced planning. This section of the trail is easy, gaining just about 200 feet. We ate out so we didn’t pack any camping kitchen items. It's your vacation, and you want to relax, right? What a resource! Itinerary - Grand Teton Park in 1 Day Scenic Boat Ride. Looking forward to planning this trip! We will be coming in the South entrance , is there a link to which way we should start out ? Having never done this I am a little overwhelmed by all of the options to chose from. We don’t travel by RV (and did not do so on this trip) so I don’t know where the good RV spots are, unfortunately. Salt Lake City, Utah. Have you checked out our Ultimate Utah roadtrip itinerary of the National Parks? At Midway Geyser Basin, you can get right up to it, while walking on raised boardwalk trails. The town is one of the gateways to Yellowstone National Park and presents drivers with a stunning scenic route as they approach the park. It makes for a longer day, but traveling below the jagged peaks of Cascade Canyon provides very different scenery from the prior day in Death Canyon. Go hiking or biking or take a boat tour of Waterton Lake. A visit to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone will take all morning. Ideally, stay in the park. Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. I recommend getting an early start. Many of the roads will still be closed in March due to snow. 3. On the road: 0 to 5 miles, if you stay in Many Glacier. Pull into a turnout and view the bison from your car. The geyser erupts every 90 minutes; there are signs everywhere in the area informing you of the next eruption. It’s a bit mediocre, but since it’s a quick visit, it’s still worth it, if you find a parking space. States Covered. With 10 days, you can visit all of them on an epic road trip. Thanks! Stay Safe: Do not get out of your car to get a closer view of the bison. It can take 30 to 60 minutes to drive through the valley in this situation. Do you mind providing a list of what you guys packed? We had an enormous room with two beds, air conditioning, and great Wi-Fi. I lived in the area near Jackson for 2 years and had some of my most memorable fishing moments there! Could someone please let me know when the best time to visit the above parks would be? Would we have any troubles sticking to your itinerary using our camper? Day 3: Drive directly to Yellowstone, visit the Grand Prismatic Spring and Old Faithful/Midway Geyser Basin Click for the 3 Summery Days in Eastern Idaho's Yellowstone Teton Territory. Check park conditions and road closures before you go. If you do this itinerary as it is written (starting in Grand Teton), instead, start at Idaho Falls. There is a multi-year trail maintenance project in progress for the trail system at Jenny lake, and the detours may extend the route. See the best of these two National Parks with this five day itinerary. I would plan to only do Badlands and Mt. The closest airport is Jackson Hole Airport, which is located in the park. This hike is 4.5 miles round trip and is more strenuous. I’d add a soak in the Boiling River when you are at Mammoth. We plan on following it as best we can in the time we have. Not only will you get to tour the park crowd free, at least for a little bit, but you also get to see the park at sunrise. Thanks so much for all the great info! ), in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. This is a cool little town, filled with great restaurants, art galleries, and boutique shops. Just found your blog and it will be put to use! Thanks for reading and for sharing your video. Extra time for photos along the way can add 15 to 30 minutes. I plan on doing this trip in reverse order as we’ll be coming from a wedding in Spokane. What We Did: We flew into Salt Lake City and drove up to Jackson, Wyoming in the afternoon. For more details on visiting the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, don’t miss our best things to do in Yellowstone post. To get to Many Glacier, it is a 30-minute drive. If we do hotels/lodging, we could easily pack one carry on each which would save us $. Grand Teton Natl. Thank you! Unfortunately due to his work schedule we will be flying in on a Wednesday and Flying out on a Sunday. We picked Salt Lake City not only because we had a direct flight but also because flight costs were lower. I appreciate all the tips at each stop. hike the trails in Grand Teton National Park. After you’re done in the Old Faithful Area, hop back in the car and drive 5 miles up the road to the Midway Geyser Basin – home to the Park’s most colorful geyser – Grand Prismatic Spring. On the road: 394 miles, 6.5 hours from Gardiner, MT to Many Glacier. If you don’t mind a little extra driving, you can add on a quick visit to Butte, Montana. We came from San Diego and had so much fun. On this itinerary you will visit two of them: Many Glacier and the heart of the park around Going-to-the-Sun Road. Day 7- Grand Tetons if late flight or Jackson if early flight. Then travel to Yellowstone midday our 3rd day, hit Old Faithful and the Upper Geyser Basin, and pitch camp at Canyon campground. Don’t miss stopping in at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar too. Rushmore in one day, especially if you want to hike and explore Badlands–that is easily a full-day trip. These are just suggestions. By ending near Going-to-the-Sun Road, you will be much closer to the airports near Kalispell. If you stay within the park, the Old Faithful Inn is the most convenient place to stay tonight. It’s a tourist town but has a unique tempo to it and lots of individual mom-and-pop stores. Learn more on the national park service website. Hi Liz, the entire trek from Salt Lake City airport to Yellowstone and back to the airport is at least 720 miles but with side trips and such I’d estimate about 800 miles to be safe. I didn’t raft when I was there so I, unfortunately, can’t recommend a good vendor for rafting trips but personally, I utilize TripAdvisor and you might want to start there. The park protects stunning mountain scenery and diverse wildlife. The question i have is regarding the camping gear. I have made my own itinerary covering Yellow Stone, Bad Lands and Mt Rushmore in 4 days. There are several regions in Glacier National Park. You might be pressed to also visit Teton National Park too, but it depends how much hiking and exploring you want to do vs driving. This hike has it all…alpine scenery, waterfalls, emerald green lakes, wildflowers, and of course, a glacier. Any recommendation where my wife might stay in hotel and we camp near by. Some of the roads will still be closed in Yellowstone in May. We are going to be spending a month in Jackson, WY this September and can’t wait to see the Tetons and explore Yellowstone! So great to hear you are heading to the parks! Wow great article! I know, because we did this a lot. Good luck with your trip! Here are the fees to enter each park. Summer, Fall, Late Spring. I carried my trekking poles on the plane as well & we wore our hiking boots on the plane with flip-flops in our bag. Spend the morning at Mammoth Hot Springs. Have you checked out our post on the best places to rent camper vans? Ideally, stay in the park to minimize your driving. If the bison are hanging out along the road, expect big traffic jams here. Thanks. The highlight of the day is the visit to Old Faithful, the world’s most famous geyser. Western-style cabins come equipped with a private bathroom and a kitchenette. Once you are finished at Old Faithful, continue your drive counter-clockwise around the lower loop. I am worried about narrow roads and dropoffs. I think if you did a cost comparison you’d find that camping is still less expensive even if you have to pay for 1 additional bag. Because of this road construction, you will have to skip Many Glacier in 2020. The fall if you want to avoid the crowds. Learn more about the national parks and planning a trip through the USA in our. You can leave a comment, but you wont be able to add any links.

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