Best Things to Do in Yellowstone
While Old Faithful, the Grand Prismatic Spring and the Mammoth Hot Springs are all must-sees, you should also spend at least a day exploring one of Yellowstone's less frequented hiking trails, lakes or basins. Although the summertime attracts a staggering amount of visitors each year, winters in Yellowstone Park are great for snowy activities like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. If you are planning to do any fishing, make sure to obtain the proper permits from a ranger station or visitor center.
Why go: The world's most renowned geyser is a must-see for every Yellowstone visitor. Although it ... read more»
Why go: Formed over thousands of years of glacial activity and the rushing curthe Grand Canyon of ... read more»
Why go: Sitting just southwest of the North Entrance in Mammoth Country, the Mammoth Hot Springs are ... read more»
Why go: Sitting in the heart of Yellowstone National Park is Yellowstone Lake, the park's largest ... read more»
Why go: If you're looking for a bit of artistic inspiration, you'll find it at ... read more»
Why go: One of the main reasons to visit Yellowstone is to catch a glimpse of the ... read more»