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Top 12] Ultimate Best Things To Do in Yellowstone

By: Mary Jones

Traveling knowledge

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Yellowstone is the primary attraction in the Canyon Village area and one of the park's most popular hiking spots.

Old Faithful

Old Faithful's eruptions are definitely awe-inspiring, averaging around 130 feet high, and most importantly frequent. It is one of only six geysers in the park

Grand Prismatic Spring

Midway Geyser Basin's Grand Prismatic Spring is one of the largest hot springs in the world, measuring approximately 370 feet in size and around 121 feet deep

Hayden Valley

Yellowstone's fascinating wildlife is Hayden Valley. This lush valley north of Yellowstone Lake is a highly visited gathering place for bison, elk, coyotes and grizzly bears.

Mammoth Hot Springs

Mammoth Hot Springs is one of the park's more unique attractions. Known for its terraces – formed over centuries of hot water bubbling up from the ground

Upper Geyser Basin

Upper Geyser Basin is the place where you'll find not only the largest concentration of geysers in the park but also in the entire world

Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Lake, the park's largest body of water and the largest high elevation lake above 7,000 feet in North America. The lake is 20 miles long, 14 miles wide and features 141 miles of shoreline

Norris Geyser Basin

From its boardwalks, visitors can see rare acid geysers like Echinus Geyser, as well as the tallest active geyser in the world, Steamboat Geyser

Mystic Falls Trail

Yellowstone National Park, Mystic Falls Trail is one of its most popular. The reason for this has to do with its scenery as well as the length.

Lamar Valley

Yellowstone's Northeast Entrance and Mammoth Hot Springs in the Tower-Roosevelt Area, Lamar Valley is a wildlife haven. In fact, this valley is often referred to as "America's Serengeti

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

Yellowstone wildlife in a more controlled environment should take a break from the park and head to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center.

Mount Washburn

Mount Washburn, located nearly 16 miles northeast of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, rises more than 10,200 feet above sea level