Yellowstone National Park

An ever changing terrain - 'round the next curve will bring you something different, amazing, and beautiful!

Did you know that this beautiful place was established in 1872? Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular national parks in the United States. At least 2 million visitors every year come to enjoy this place. Did you know that Theodore Roosevelt cast the first cornerstone? A sign nearby reads "For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People" - this says it all!

Hear and feel the fizzing all around you. About half of the geothermal activities in the states are within Yellowstone National Park. Volcanism fuels the geysers. The famous Old Faithful Geyser lives in Yellowstone National Park. Over 300 geysers are found  here. It is known for wildlife and geothermal activity. Don't miss Old faithful during your stay here.


With the gorgeous lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges,
Yellowstone National Park Lake is one of the largest high-altitude lakes that exists. It is nearby the Caldera, which is the largest supervolcano in the continental United States. See the canyons of Yellowstone National Park! The three most visited are Lewis Canyon, the Grand Canyon, and the Black Canyon.

Yellowstone National Park is a fisherman’s paradise. The cutthroat trout is a popular one to seek out. Fishermen must adhere to the catch and release law. A fishing license is required in Yellowstone National Park. Fly fishing is a very popular activity. Boating can be enjoyed in select areas such as Lewis River and Yellowstone National Park Lake.

Reach heights of around 8,000 feet! Some points, such as Eagle Peak are as high as 11,358 ft! Some of the mountains nearby are the Gallatin Range, the Beartooth Mountains, the Absaroka Range, the Teton Range and the Madison Range. Can you rise to the height of 10,234 ft at Mount Washburn?

Some of things to enjoy include hiking, camping, boating, fishing and sightseeing. Enjoy over 1,000 miles of hiking trails. More than 2000 campsites make enjoying a camping spot relatively easy to find. Several others are not far, such as Grand Teton National Park.

Petrified forests are all over! These trees, buried by dirt and ash, are now mineralized. See over 200 waterfalls during your visit! Wildfires have done some damage in this beautiful place. A day known as "Black Saturday," in 1988 burned much of the land. The trees are beginning to grow back, though, and are even more beautiful that they were.

Watch out for the wolves, grizzlies, bison, and elk that own this place. Approximately 600 grizzly bears call this place home. Elk, on the other hand, are counted as high as 30,000. Other animals you might see here are the lynx, the gray wolf, black bear, moose, mule deer, mountain lion, mountain goat, and bighorn sheep. There are also a few bald eagles within Yellowstone National Park.


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