Yellowstone Travel Guide

 

Yellowstone National Park is a crown jewel of the U.S. park system. Established in 1872 as the worlds first National Park and encompassing 2.2 million acres, more area than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined, Yellowstone offers extraordinary opportunities to the traveler willing to explore its great, partially tamed, always changing wilderness.

Yellowstone contains thousands of constantly changing thermal features including mudpots, fumaroles, hot springs and most of the worlds geysers. Added to these thermal wonders are canyons, waterfalls, lakes, hundreds of miles of trails and, last but not least, a plethora of wildlife.

With so much to see and do (I can attest to the fact that you can spend years just trying to see all of the geysers not to mention everything else) a common question I am asked is: "What are the 'must-sees'?" In these pages, I try to answer this and some of the other common questions that people ask about traveling to Yellowstone National Park.

David Monteith

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[ Site Index ]

[ What to See ] [ Activities ]

[ Park Information ] [ Park Facilities ]

[ Lodging, Camping and Restaurants ] [ Transportation and the Park Roads ]

[ Odes To Yellowstone ] [ Other Information ]

[ Areas Near Yellowstone ]

[ Disclaimer ]


Take a look at the Yellowstone Geyser Page.

And take a look at The Total Yellowstone Page.


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