Yellowstone National Park

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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  • 1. Artist Point

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    An impressive view of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River can be had from this famous perch, which has two observation platforms, one accessible...Read More

  • 2. Avalanche Peak Trail

    Fishing Bridge | Trail

    On a busy day in summer, only a handful of parties will fill out the trail register at the Avalanche Peak trailhead, so if you're seeking solitude...Read More

  • 3. Bunsen Peak Trail

    Trail

    Past the entrance to Bunsen Peak Road, this moderately challenging 4.4-mile round-trip trek climbs 1,280 feet to 8,527-foot Bunsen Peak for...Read More

  • 4. Fairy Falls Trail

    Old Faithful | Trail

    Rewarding trekkers with the chance to view Grand Prismatic Spring from high up on a bluff and to gaze up at 200-foot-tall Fairy Falls cascade...Read More

  • 5. Firehole Canyon Drive

    Scenic Drive

    The 2-mile narrow asphalt road twists through a deep canyon of curving lava-rock formations and passes the 40-foot Firehole Falls, which are...Read More

  • 6. Fort Yellowstone

    Mammoth Hot Springs | Military Sight

    The oldest buildings here served as Fort Yellowstone from 1891 to 1918, when the U.S. Army managed the park. The redbrick buildings cluster...Read More

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  • 7. Grand Prismatic Spring

    Nature Sight

    You can reach Yellowstone's largest hot spring, 370 feet in diameter and arguably an even more dazzling sight than Old Faithful, by following...Read More

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  • 8. Hayden Valley on Grand Loop Road

    Scenic Drive

    Bison, bears, coyotes, wolves, and birds of prey all call Hayden Valley home almost year-round. Once part of Yellowstone Lake, the broad valley...Read More

  • 9. Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces

    Nature Sight

    Multicolor travertine terraces formed by slowly escaping hot mineral water mark this unusual geological formation, one of the most remarkable...Read More

  • 10. Northeast Entrance Road through Lamar Valley

    Scenic Drive

    This 29-mile road has the richest landscape diversity of the five entrance roads. Just after you enter the park from Cooke City, Montana, you...Read More

  • 11. Observation Point Loop

    Old Faithful | Trail

    A 2-mile round-trip route leaves Geyser Hill Loop boardwalk and becomes a trail shortly after the Firehole River; it circles a picturesque overview...Read More

  • 12. Old Faithful

    Nature Sight

    Almost every park visitor makes it a point to view the world's most famous geyser, at least once. Yellowstone's most predictable big geyser...Read More

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  • 13. Old Faithful Inn

    Old Faithful | Hotel

    It's hard to imagine how any work could be accomplished with snow and ice blanketing the region, but this truly iconic hotel was constructed...Read More

  • 14. Sedge Bay

    Other Attraction

    On the northern end of this volcanic beach, look carefully for the large rock slabs pushed out of the lake bottom. Nearby trees offer shade...Read More

  • 15. South Rim Trail

    Canyon | Trail

    Partly paved and fairly flat, this 1¾-mile trail along the south rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone affords impressive views and photo...Read More

  • 16. West Thumb Geyser Basin

    West Thumb | Nature Sight

    The primary Yellowstone caldera was created by one massive volcanic eruption, but a later eruption formed the West Thumb, an unusual and particularly...Read More

  • 17. Albright Visitor Center

    Mammoth Hot Springs | Visitor Center

    Bachelor quarters for U.S. Army cavalry officers from 1909 to 1918, the red-roof visitor center was totally renovated in 2015. In addition to...Read More

  • 18. Back Basin–Porcelain Basin Loops

    Norris | Trail

    You can hike these two easy loops, which both leave from the Norris Ranger Station, in under two hours. The 1½-mile Back Basin loop passes Emerald...Read More

  • 19. Beaver Ponds Loop Trail

    Mammoth Hot Springs | Trail

    This 2½-hour, 5-mile loop starts at Liberty Cap in the busy Lower Terrace of Mammoth Hot Springs. Within minutes you'll find yourself amid the...Read More

  • 20. Biscuit Basin

    Old Faithful | Nature Sight

    A short drive north of Old Faithful and accessed via an easy ⅔-mile loop stroll, this basin is also the trailhead for the Mystic Falls Trail...Read More

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