Sights to See in Yellowstone
Old Faithful is an iconic site in Yellowstone National Park and every visitor to the park should make a visit at least once. The geyser erupts every 44 minutes, and no matter how you time it, you'll be able to see it erupt first-hand. Spend some time in the visitor center to learn more about the park.
Midway Geyser Basin and Grand Prismatic Spring
Old Faithful is the most famous geyser of Yellowstone National Park, but the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring is the unlikely superstar among the geysers. It's size and vivid colors make this spectacular spot a photographers dream!
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Did you know that Yellowstone has its own Grand Canyon? This amazing natural site is about 20 miles long, and up to 4,000-feet wide and 1,200-feet deep in some areas. There are three waterfalls in the area - the Upper falls, Lower Falls and Crystal Falls.
Go for a hike!
While walking the boardwalks around Old Faithful is a great introduction to the park, there's nothing like getting off the usual routes to explore some of the 2.2 million acres of the park. The park gas more than 900 miles of hiking trails for visitors to hike. If exploring the park sounds daunting, just ask us about guides to take you on a trek to waterfalls, basins, canyons, and more.
Photograph Flora and Fauna
Capture the memories of your national park trip by zooming in on the wildlife with your camera. The natural beauty of Yellowstone National Park makes it easy to look like a professional photographer. Whether you're shooting with smart phone, a pocket-size point and shoot, or a serious DSLT, check out these tips from the experts at Yellowstone for ways to improve your snaps.
Catch a fish or two
Some guests come to Yellowstone just to fish, and others didn't even know you can do that in the park! Experienced anglers and newbies alike can get out on the water and cast their line for Cutthroat Trout and non-native Lake Trout. Ask us about fishing guides to take you where the fish are biting!