In the northwest corner of Wyoming lies the world's first national park. In this 3,472-square mile area called Yellowstone National Park, nature shines brightly. Spectacular geysers, steaming hot springs, mud pots and fumaroles make it a Mecca for more than 3 million tourists and nature lovers every year. But aside from the natural marvels that make Yellowstone a wonder to behold, it is the intricate weave among the volcanic, hydrothermal and glacial processes that make the landscape of Yellowstone so unique. And the animal life? Count on seeing bears, deer, bison, elk and wolves on your trip.
No trip to Yellowstone would be complete without visiting Old Faithful, which erupts once every hour and a half. Other geysers in the Upper Geyser Basin also worth checking out include Grand Geyser, Castle Geyser and Riverside Geyser. View the spectacular Mammoth Hot Spring Terraces that are constantly changing shape and color. Take a dip in the Boiling River, one of the few naturally...show full NileGuide review
- This park was very diverse and we enjoyed it. We actually broke up the park into four parts and spent 2 days in each section. It was well worth...