Goes thru the park and the three main waterfalls from it are amazing. I would love to go again in the near future
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Whole park is just awesome. From great water falls to grand views. All volcanic activity as geysers, mud pools, steam blowing with the moon like landscape is so overwhelming. Spend at least 2 whole days here to see the sites by car. If you hike...More
Breathe taking place to see God country. Much to see. Do research before coming to visit it. You can do one day trip outing or explore it within several days. Just in awe of the beauty surrounding us. Need to come back to go explore...More
Viewing the Lower Falls from the viewpoint accessible from the second parking lot was well worth the parking lot wait. Wish the parking area for the Upper Falls had been open but it appeared that they were remodeling it, to be open some future season.
The Yellowstone River is a spectacular body of water that runs through Yellowstone Park. It is especially beautiful seeing at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It is very cold and can be very swift, so be very careful if you are near the edge....More
All downhill to the top of the second falls, with great viewing of the awesome powerful waterfall! The trip back up to the parking lot wasn't bad! Take your camera and a water bottle
What a fabulous trip through Yellowstone National Park. The river, wild life and scenery are spectacular. The thermal attractions are amazing and astounding! Hard to believe what you are actually seeing and that the earth is so alive under your feet.
We had to spend 2 days to cover all 3 states of Yellowstone( Idaho, Wyoming, Montana). It's my 2nd time but I still have to see it over and over to believe what a beautiful view and wonderful creation. I think it is not advisable...More
Although the trek down and back up could be considered fairly strenuous for some, the views are absolutely breathtaking! The switchbacks are mostly 'paved', but very narrow. I would not consider even taking a small stroller. Take a bottle of water, but that's a no-brainer...More