Its not that hard, Brianna...what do you take on regular hiking trips? Then, add a can of bear spray.
I like hiking poles, a light daypack, water bottles, rain gear (can turn wet and cold anytime in high elevations) deet --bug spray after mid June, a map is handy...buy the waterproof one with your discount in Yellowstone...you can get sack lunches from your edr if you work for Xanterra.
Of course you'd have sun glasses, sun screen, hiking shoes(boots or trail runners).
Now, an overnighter you'd also want a tent or tarp, sleeping bag and pad, a way to hang your food, like a food bag and rope.
Fleece is my favorite warm layer, cause it drys, and is warm even when wet.
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