Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone is a natural wonderland containing two-thirds of the world’s hydrothermal features. That is more than ten thousand thermal features. There are geysers hundreds of feet tall, steaming fumaroles, deep blue boiling hot springs, bubbling mud pots, gorgeous waterfalls and if that weren’t enough drama, there is a giant, planet-threatening caldera underground!

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The Grand Loop Road Tour – Almost 60 stops, winding over 140 miles through our first national park.
Hydrothermal Features – Over 100 geysers, hot springs, terraces, fumaroles and mud pots featured.
Places to Go – Mammoth Hot Springs, Norris Geyser Basin, Old Faithful, West Thumb Geyser Basin, Lake Village, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone…
Nature and Science – Sections on Yellowstone’s dynamic geology, the Yellowstone caldera, how geysers work…
Yellowstone Wildlife – From thermophiles to charismatic megafauna.
Activities – Day hikes, backcountry camping, fishing, horseback riding, winter activities and more.
Yellowstone History – The story of our first national park.
Park Info – In-depth information on facilities and services found in Yellowstone, including lodges, campgrounds, visitor centers, restrooms, gas stations, restaurants, and stores.

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