Yellowstone National Park

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  • Lufthansa
    LufthansaNovember 4, 2013
    Yellowstone is the world’s oldest national park. Established in 1872, it is nearly 9000 square meters in size, covering parts of three US states. Since 1978, it is a Unesco World Heritage Site.
  • CNN
    CNNMarch 23, 2015
    The largest hot spring in Yellowstone, Grand Prismatic Spring is about 300 feet across and 165 feet deep. The spring's psychedelic look is caused by algae producing orange, yellow and red pigments. Read more
  • Imran A.
    Imran AhmedJuly 1, 2013
    The sulfur smells with the mud pots and geysers, but it is a gorgeous wordly wonder. Check out Beehive geyser as it is is longer and bigger than old faithful. It's right next to it too and is random.
  • Adam Michael S.
    Adam Michael SacksSeptember 28
    One of the most popular National Parks.This is a must see park for every traveler near and far.Don't get closer to any wild life than the park permits.Friendly service throughout the park.
    Upvoted Sep 28
  • National Wildlife Federation
    Hiking Mt. Washburn can give you a close up look at resident bighorn sheep, as well as countless other wildlife sightings. It's a fantastic hike to take for wildlife viewing.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkNovember 29, 2012
    Plan to spend at least a full day wandering the trails and geysers at Yellowstone. While on the road, look out for buffalo crossings and don't be surprised if a herd slows down your trip home!
  • Diana P.
    Diana PJuly 1, 2013
    Leaving the Park, take the Cook city to Red Lodge route via the BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY. One of the most scenic mountain routes in the US. Red Lodge is a great town to stop in for a bite to eat or a drink.
  • Khayyam J.
    Khayyam JonesAugust 7, 2013
    A beautiful place to visit with all sorts of wildlife to see. Artist Point and the "lower falls" were an absolute must see. Mammoth Hot Springs and Old Faithful are too.
  • DoubleTree by Hilton
    When leaving Yellowstone, take the Cook city via the BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY. This is one of the most scenic mountain highway routes and Red Lodge is a great town to stop in for a bite to eat or a drink.
  • Karen B.
    Karen BriggsJune 13, 2013
    The Lower Falls of the Yellowstone Canyon are a must see! For an excellent vantage point of Grand Prismatic, hike up the mountain directly across from it. The oranges and blues stand out beautifully!
  • Tammy W.
    Tammy WalquistJuly 22, 2012
    A great park to visit with all kinds of activities for the whole family. I'd recommend checking out the geysers at Upper Geyser Basin, especially Grand, Riverside and/or Beehive, if you can catch it.
  • James H.
    James HerdeckJune 3, 2014
    The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is a must visit, along with the lower and upper falls. The hike along the canyon is as beautiful as it gets. Plenty of wildlife if you keep on the lookout:)
  • Krishna D.
    Krishna DaseJune 17, 2015
    Great place to watch nature and wildlife, allow two days for the least to go around the scenic loop trail. Also each visitor/information center here has a different theme, worth checking them.
  • Amy G.
    Amy GuthOctober 2, 2011
    Beautiful place for a day trip or to stay overnight inthe Great Lodge. Just watch out for Bison, as my brother and I learned in 2009. Bison have no qualms about expressing contempt for passing cars.
  • Didi C.
    Didi CMarch 21, 2015
    What's good here? Everything. Bring a good camera with long range lens...you will be taking photos of bison and elk from at least 25 yards away...a cellphone camera just isn't going to cut it.
  • Andrew C.
    Andrew CMay 27, 2015
    One of the most dynamic geological areas on earth. Drive to the major sites or hike on over 1000 miles of trails. Watch out for wildlife.
  • Barracuda Networks
    Barracuda NetworksSeptember 13, 2011
    Go for the geological wonders, stay for the amazing wildlife and wilderness experience. But stay on the trail and don't tease the Moose!
  • Carla J.
    Carla JeanOctober 31, 2011
    We Had An Incredible Anniversary Getaway To Yellowstone National Park!! There Is SO MUCH To See & The Yellowstone Falls Were SO ROMANTIC!! <3 <3
  • Thomas S.
    Thomas SeenerSeptember 18, 2011
    Watch for animals and idiot drivers. People who rush through the beauty and splendor have no business being there. Enjoy the majesty that is Yellowstone.
  • Crystal F.
    Crystal FauntJanuary 10
    A place I can hardly believe is real. Drive safely during bad weather, roads get snow packed fast. See everything you possibly can!
  • Wyo Lifestyle Mag
    Wyo Lifestyle MagAugust 26, 2012
    The first national park, and 98% of it lies within Wyoming's borders. How lucky are we?! An American icon -- and one that we love to talk about in our magazine and on our blog!
  • Gorkem U.
    Gorkem UnelSeptember 15, 2014
    Uncle Tom's place is the best. As a trick, if others parked on side, you should stop. There might be a wild animal :)
  • RadioShack
    RadioShackJanuary 13, 2012
    Yellowstone in winter is mighty cold, but the scenery is just So Right. Drop by The Shack in Jackson, Wyoming to grab a new camera to capture the magic.
  • MaryPat M.
    MaryPat McNeilSeptember 19, 2013
    Norris Geysers...incredible! And don't forget the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Absolutely beautiful.
  • Andrew N.
    Andrew NysNovember 25, 2012
    Enjoy! And establish a rapport with the wildlife. Yellowstone is a special place.
  • Michelin Lifestyle
    Michelin LifestyleFebruary 24, 2011
    There are more than 1,700 species of native vascular plants found at Yellowstone. See all of them while wearing your Michelin Pilot hiking shoes.
  • John S.
    John SlaterJune 3, 2012
    For me, this is the best national park. I've been here in summer and winter. Yellowstone never gets old!
  • Sandra G.
    Sandra GranJuly 18, 2013
    Great Fountain Geyser has a 4 hour prediction window, but is sooo worth it!
  • irrive
    irriveApril 24, 2012
    Yellowstone Lake, Old Faithful and the Mammoth Hot Spring Terraces are must sees! Read more
  • Cari D.
    Cari DMay 16, 2015
    A must see once in your lifetime.
  • OnStar
    OnStarApril 19, 2011
    Yellowstone's caldera, a 37-by-25-mile volcanic feature at the center of the park, has erupted three times. I want to see that!
  • Donna M.
    Donna McSwainJuly 20, 2015
    A wonder of the natural world with breathtaking scenes & wildlife galore!
  • Amanda H.
    Amanda HonigsbergAugust 4, 2013
    Plan to stay a week. Unless you are constantly on the go, you won't be able to see everything.
  • Jesse S.
    Jesse StayJuly 31, 2010
    Old Faithful is about the only place in the park you can get AT&T (Edge) Internet access. Leave a tip if you find other spots to find Internet.
  • N5XTC
    N5XTCAugust 8, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    My dogs love this place. Shaggy loves the hot springs in our secret location.
  • Stefan D.
    Stefan D.June 12, 2015
    The wildlife is freaking amazing. Unforgettable memories!
  • Billy B.
    Billy BarnettAugust 24, 2012
    I guess I would have to say this is my favorite place in the world. Or at least of the part I have seen.
  • J. G.
    J. GardinerJune 17, 2015
    The wildlife, trails, trees! Yellowstone is the whole Nike yards!
  • Ben M.
    Ben MaysonJanuary 24
    Bison, grizzly bears, black bears, coyote. Amazing
  • Kathy N.
    Kathy NorrodJuly 4, 2013
    Amazing place to visit, no matter what your age!!
  • Candy W.
    Candy WatsonOctober 13, 2011
    Words will NEVER nor can they describe the beauty of this place. I can't wait to take my kids there
  • Doug R.
    Doug RayJuly 15, 2012
    Exit through the North East to Cook City and take the Beartooth Highway to Red Lodge, MT
  • Michael O.
    Michael OvcharenkoApril 26, 2013
    Fantastic place for wildlife and for people who like discover wildlife!
  • Eric B.
    Eric BorkowskiMay 29, 2013
    Love this park so much. You just can't take a bad photo in Yellowstone
  • Wylie F.
    Wylie FisherJanuary 16, 2015
    This place is awesome. There isn't enough time to explore!
  • Erin L.
    Erin LFebruary 23, 2014
    So amazingly beautiful!
  • N5XTC
    N5XTCJune 20, 2013
    Been here 50+ times
    It's a super volcano people, active and 64,000 years past due.
  • Kirsti M.
    Kirsti MutzJuly 13, 2010
    What a beautiful place where God's glory shouts from the mountain tops and where God's glory could never be denied!
  • Condé Nast Traveler
    A wonderland of geothermal phenomena and wildlife. Read more
  • Mohamed S.
    Mohamed SSeptember 10, 2014
    Its the best place I ever went to.
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