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Yellowstone National Park Travel Guide

Yellowstone National Park Top Experiences

Want to learn more about Yellowstone National Park? Read our in-depth articles on a variety of topics.

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Top Reasons to Go to Yellowstone National Park

Hot spots: Thinner-than-normal crust depth and a huge magma chamber beneath the park explain Yellowstone's abundant geysers, steaming pools...

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Good Reads

The Yellowstone Story, by Aubrey L. Haines, is a classic. Yellowstone Place Names, by Lee Whittlesey, tells the stories behind the names...

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Park Ranger Mary Wilson

For Yellowstone National Park Ranger Mary Wilson, every day is an adventure and, even after two decades of working in some of the nation's most...

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Canyon Tour

Savor the view from Artist Point, on the south rim, where there are two viewing levels, the lower one accessible by wheelchair. After you...

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Old Faithful Tour

Begin your tour at the impressive Old Faithful Visitor Education Center , unveiled in August 2010. Pick up the Old Faithful–area trail guide...

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Ever-Changing Yellowstone

Yellowstone is definitely not a sleepy world of natural wonders. The park truly feels alive when you see mud pots, steam vents, fumaroles, and...

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Best Campgrounds in Yellowstone

Yellowstone has a dozen frontcountry campgrounds scattered around the park, in addition to more than 200 backcountry sites. Most campgrounds...

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A World of Geological Wonders

Spouting geysers, bubbling mud pots, and hissing steam vents have earned fame for Yellowstone, which has the greatest concentration of thermal...

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Yellowstone in Winter

To see a spectacularly different Yellowstone than that experienced by 90% of the park's visitors, come in winter. Rocky outcroppings are smoothed...

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Plants and Wildlife in Yellowstone

Eighty percent of Yellowstone is forest, and the great majority of it is lodgepole pine. Miles and miles of the "telephone pole" pines were...

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America's First National Park

Yellowstone was established in 1872 as America's first national park. It's popularly believed that early-19th-century French trappers called...

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