Yellowstone is one of Wyoming's top attractions and the park is famous for its spectacular scenery

Yellowstone national park

Explore Yellowstone's wonders on the 142-mile Grand Loop, a figure-eight road, leading to breathtaking views, with wheelchair-friendly trails at each attraction.

Touring the Park on the Grand Loop

Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser earns its name with regular, impressive water eruptions.

Old Faithful

 World's highest geyser concentration in one sq mile. Explore Old Faithful, Giantess, Beehive, Castle, and Grand geysers on a vibrant two-hour boardwalk trail.

Upper Geyser Basin and Morning Glory Pool

Midway Geyser Basin: Between Upper and Lower Basins, it features Excelsior Geyser's powerful 55-gallon hot water discharge.

Midway Geyser Basin & the Grand Prismatic Spring

Lower Geyser Basin: Most hot-water eruptions, boardwalk trail leads to iconic Fountain Paint Pots, simmering with red-hued mud.

Lower Geyser Basin

The Norris Geyser Basin is famous for being the oldest, hottest, and most active of the hydrothermal areas in Yellowstone.

Norris Geyser Basin

Mammoth Hot Springs, at Terrace Mountain's east flank (8,012 ft), showcases world-class travertine-depositing thermal springs.

Mammoth Hot Springs & Minerva Terrace

On the northern edge of the National Park is the little holiday resort of Tower-Roosevelt, home to the rustic Roosevelt Lodge, built in 1920

Tower-Roosevelt & the Lamar Valley

Mount Washburn, named after Henry Dana Washburn, leader of the 1870 expedition, is a stunning peak in Yellowstone.

Mount Washburn

Yellowstone River, born in Yellowstone Lake, winds through Hayden Valley, cascading into the Grand Canyon—a 20-mile gorge akin to Arizona's Grand Canyon.

The Yellowstone River

Hayden Valley: Bison herds and prime wildlife viewing. Spring sees grizzly bears searching for newborn bison and elk.

Hayden Valley

Near Fishing Bridge, discover Mud Volcano's mud pots and Sulphur Caldron—among Yellowstone's most acidic springs.

Mud Volcano

Yellowstone Lake's northwest shore hosts Bridge Bay, Lake Village, and Fishing Bridge—charming towns with lodgings and amenities.

Yellowstone Lake

Old Faithful Inn: Historic landmark, 7-story log cabin by the geyser. Grand interior, massive fireplace allure.

Old Faithful Inn