Hello, fellow TA'ers! My husband and I are eagerly preparing for our mid-July Yellowstone visit. I've been scouring this forum and other Yellowstone resources, and we visited YNP many years ago, so I know there are really no "not worth it" sights. That being said, we are in our mid-and-late 50s and not in the best of shape (working on that!) and so will not be attempting some of the more strenuous hikes I've read about. We are staying in the park for several days, and so will have time to explore at a leisurely pace. Can anyone recommend good "bang for your buck" trails that offer not-to-miss scenery or wildlife viewing accessible from trails that are not too taxing? We do want to try the view of the Grand Prismatic as seen from off of the Fairy Falls trail, which I've read about several times, as well as the clamber down Uncle Tom's trail (know we'll have to take it verrrry slowly going back up!) Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you, everyone!