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Yellowstone National Park | America | Sightseeings

One of the most beautiful national parks in North America is the Yellowstone national park. Yellowstone can be found throughout the states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. The park consists mainly of the eponymous volcano Yellowstone, which is expected to erupt at any moment. Yellowstone national park is the oldest national park in the world and attracts many visitors every year. One of the most famous features of Yellowstone is the blue-yellow hot springs, but also the geysers in the park and the many bison you find there make this national park a place you want to see.

 

 

 

Yellowstone is a large national park and seeing everything is virtually impossible. To guide your visit to this special park in the right direction, we have put a number of sights on a list that you should not miss during a visit.

 

Sightseeings Yellowstone Park

 

Old Faitful Geyser

The largest geyser in the park is Old Faithful, every hour this geyser blows the air for about 5 minutes. An exuberant spectacle that you want to see fot sure.

 

Animals in Yellowstone

In addition to geysers and beautiful water sources, Yellowstone national park also has many animals. Think of wild animals such as pelicans, swans, wolves, bison, elk, deer and bears.

 

Hot Spring

Beautiful hot springs in Yellowstone include the Grand Prismatic, Rainbow Pool, Morning Glory Pool and the Emerald Pool. These sources are bright blue or green in color with yellow and orange details.

Upper Geyser Basin

Besides the Old Faithful geyser you will find many other geysers in Yellowstone. The most beautiful geysers after Old Faithful are Grand Geyser, Daisy Geyser, Castle Geyser and the Riverside Geyser.

 

Upper and Lower falls

These waterfalls can be found on the North Rim Drive. Especially in the spring these waterfalls are beautiful, in this season there is the most water. You can view the lower falls from the lookout point.

 

Travel to Yellowstone National Park

 

A tour around Yellowstone is not the most common round trip in the United States: usually people prefer a tour around the national parks near Las Vegas, San Francisco and L.A. Yet there are several providers that offer group trips and individual round trips to Yellowstone. An organized trip offers the advantage that you do not have to worry about anything anymore. If you are interested in a group trip to Yellowstone feel free to contact us with your wishes, and we will see which options are available for you… Or view below for travel deals and tips.

Fly to Yellowstone

To fly to Yellowstone you can choose several airports. Salt Lake City is the largest airport in the area, but is a 5-hour drive from Yellowstone. Cody and Jackson are closer, but a plane ticket can then be more expensive. If you do not want to compose a trip to Yellowstone yourself, take a look at our tips for organized tours with Yellowstone National Park on the program.

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Hotels in the area

Gray Wolf Inn & Suites
Average assessment score: 8.3

Conveniently located next to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, this Montana hotel features an indoor heated pool, hot tub and sauna. “Excellent location and breakfast. Excellent staff ” View this hotel

 


Moose Creek Cabins
Average assessment score: 8.0

This West Yellowstone, Montana property is a 5-minute walk from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park and the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. “Nice and cozy cabin! Fits well when visiting Yellowstone and makes you feel completely at home. View this hotel

 


Stage Coach Inn
Average rating score: 7.8

Located just 3 blocks from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park, this hotel offers rustic décor and rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. “Very nice traditional hotel. Very good location for visiting Yellowstone. Clay rooms. Good breakfast in spacious room. ” View this hotel


Find your hotel in the yellowstone area

 

Yellowstone is accessible via five main entrances:

Northern entrance – at Gardiner in the south of Montana on the US-89 (accessible via the I-90). Open all year.
Northeast entrance – at Silver Gate and Cooke City. On the US-212 (also accessible from I-90) on the border between Wyoming and Montana. East of Cooke City, the road to Yellowstone is closed from October – November to April – May.
Eastern entrance – accessible from Cody (Wyoming). Closed from November to the beginning of May.
South entrance – north of Grand Teton National Park on US-89, accessible from Jackson. Closed from the beginning of November to the beginning of May.
West entrance – at West Yellowstone in Montana on the US-20 (accessible from I-15 and US-287). Closed from the beginning of November to the end of April.

 

Best travel time for Yellowstone

Best time for a tour around Yellowstone is the period from May to September. Most chances are you have bears in May and June, but then many hiking trails are still closely connected with snow. From July you can walk everywhere, but you want to avoid the crowds, then travel in September. Best time for wildlife is therefore May and June – Walking September. Will you soon be traveling to Yellowstone? Do not forget to request your ESTA: ESTA applications

 

Travel Guides Yellowstone

Everything you need to know for the perfect adventure.

 


Road Trip Yellowstone:
Adventures Just Outside America’s Favorite Park

Whether you’re planning a trip to Yellowstone, cherish fond memories of the park, or hope to visit it someday, Road Trip Yellowstone is an inspiring book that offers insider information on the best things to do, see, and experience within 100 miles of America’s favorite park.

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National Parks Journal Yellowstone 2017

Get the National Park Journal: Yellowstone edition – the magazine that’s all about Yellowstone and the journeys to the park. Filled with tips on where to stay, things to do, and where to stop on the way. Our magazine helps 875,000 readers plan their vacation.

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Yellowstone Journal Magazine
(2016 Annual Edition)

Get the National Park Journal: Yellowstone edition – the magazine that’s all about Yellowstone and the journeys to the park. Filled with tips on where to stay, things to do, and where to stop on the way. Our Yellowstone magazine helps 875,000 readers plan their vacation..

 

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Do you have nice tips for this beautiful destination or would you like to share your travel experience to Yellowstone here?
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2 thoughts on “Yellowstone National Park | America | Sightseeings”

  1. Hello =),
    My name is Kevin Cousaert and I am running a travel blog under the name of Happyandfreetobe. I really like your article, it’s nice and true!!!
    Why don’t we connect to each other so we can help each other by bringing new ideas, inspirations and share our thoughts!!!
    Have a safe journey,
    Cheers,
    Kevin – Happyandfreetobe

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