Yellowstone National Park Sights

Along the park's main drive—the Grand Loop (also referred to as Yellowstone's Figure Eight)—are eight primary "communities," or developed areas. On the Western Yellowstone map are five of those communities—Grant Village, Old Faithful, Madison, Norris, and Mammoth Hot Springs—with their respective sights. The Eastern Yellowstone map shows the remaining three—Tower-Roosevelt, Canyon, and

Lake (for Yellowstone Lake area)—with their respective sights.

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Upper Falls View

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

A spur road off Grand Loop Road south of Canyon accesses the western end of the North Rim Trail and takes you down a fairly steep portion...

Upper Geyser Basin

  • Bath/Hot Spring

With Old Faithful as its central attraction, this mile-square basin contains about 140 different geysers—one-fifth of the known geysers...

Upper Terrace Drive

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

This popular 1½-mile drive at the top of the Mammoth Terraces will take you back into the woods, where you can see some impressive thermal...

West Entrance Road

  • Scenic Drive/Tour

One of the park's four grand drives through wildlife-filled valleys, this road follows the Madison River for 14 miles. From late summer...

West Thumb Geyser Basin

  • Geological Site

The primary Yellowstone caldera was created by one volcanic eruption, while West Thumb came about as the result of a later eruption.

West Thumb Information Station

  • Information Center

This historic log cabin houses a bookstore and doubles as a warming hut in winter. There are restrooms in the parking area. In summer,...

Xanterra Parks & Resorts

  • Tour–Sight

There are countless corners of the park to explore, and Xanterra, which operates most park lodging and dining, offers tours by boat,...

Yellowstone Alpen Guides Co.

  • Tour–Sight

In summer this company conducts tours that might include day hiking in the backcountry or swimming in a thermally heated river, and there...

Yellowstone Association

  • Educational Institution

Learn about the park's ecology, geology, history, and wildlife from park experts, including well-known geologists, biologists, and photographers...

Yellowstone Lake

  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

One of the world's largest alpine lakes, the 132-square-mile Yellowstone Lake was formed when the glaciers that once covered the region...

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