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Lower Yellowstone River Falls Yellowstone National Park, WY 54.3 km away
#2 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
Wild life, bears, buffalo, bison, wolves, elk, moose, Eagles - also visited old Faithful geyser - saw the huge ecosystem that this park represents, it is huge- 3468 sq miles- has active volcano (caldera), mountain...
This was one of the highlights of our trip to the park, along with the wildlife outstanding views everywhere and an ideal time to visit mid June to mid July.
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Yellowstone River West Yellowstone, MT
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
We highly recommend you visit this beautiful river and the valley which involves several views provided by our National Parks Service.
The Yellowstone River is gorgeous especially as viewed from Artist Point but also from many other overlooks in Yellowstone National Park.
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Upper Geyser Basin Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#5 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
Amazing collection of geysers in Yellowstone, it is the exceptional milestone of this National Park, with more than 150 geysers, of very varied forms and colors.
Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming) Quick Facts Things to see: Old Faithful Geyser/Upper Basin, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Hayden Valley, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Lake, Norris Geyser Basin, Lamar Val...
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Lone Peak Big Sky, MT
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Big Sky
From the Tram you can have a great view of The Big Couloir and more Impressive 360 degree views of three states, two national parks and dozens of peaks from 11, 166 ft but a bit difficult to reach and more difficu...
thrilling and awesome its just best and a really sky lower should visit it for shore you will be so close to the nature
Ousel Falls Trail Big Sky, MT
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Big Sky
The trail provides the opportunity to hike an addition 100 meters to above the falls and down a staircase to the base of the falls, with picnic tables and several areas to relax and enjoy the nature around you.
If you want a longer hike, park your car in the town center, and walk the two miles or so to the Ousel Falls trailhead.
Gallatin River Bozeman, MT
#1 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bozeman
The steep high limestone cliffs create a very colorful sight especially at sunrise or sunset along the Gallatin River, which has its beginning in Yellowstone Park.
... rush of the waters cascading on the way to Three Forks to meet up at nearby Missouri Headwaters State Park, where it converges with the Jefferson River and Madison River to form the Missouri River — the longes...
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Beehive Basin Trail Big Sky, MT
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Big Sky
Feels like a hike you could only get in a national park but is only a couple of miles from the ski village of Big Sky saving lots of miles to get a great hike compared to going all the way to Yellowstone.
The only negatives about the trail are its popularity that can prevent completely enjoying the tranquility of nature, and the multitude of people who let their dogs romp around.
Palisade Falls Bozeman, MT
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bozeman
We had hiked in many attractions in Billings, Yellowstone National Park and Bozeman in the last nine days.
Great for the family, to show visitors or just to get out and enjoy nature.
Firehole River Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#13 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
We visited all of the major highlights in the park, especially the ones easily accessible or with easy hiking trails including Firehole River.
Okay, Beckler and Cave Falls are Fantastic, but if you are in the park this is the Best without a long hike.
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Yellowstone Lake Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#15 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
I’ve seen mountains, canyons, waterfalls, and thermal features in Yellowstone Park and now a beautiful, peaceful lake with a sandy shore.
Weather you come to the lake from the Cody side of the park near Fishing Bridge or the West Thumb or Grant's Village the Lake offers some beautiful vistas.
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Bridger Bowl Bozeman, MT
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bozeman
We bought a season pass and loved that we could go up easily on any week day and park a short walk from the ski slopes.
I have been to a few weddings at the Jim Bridger and one at the Deer Park Chalet and those are stunning!
Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center West Yellowstone, MT
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
It’s the highly informative exhibits and the many knowledgeable scientists, who clearly love teaching about the ecology of Yellowstone National Park.
We haven't been to West Yellowstone since the kids were young and with the new Zipline Park, Grizzly Discovery Center and Imax theater this is an impressively fun family destination!
Big Sky Resort Big Sky, MT
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in Big Sky
tour of Yellowstone park / by big sky & taxi co / Michael eddys excellent tour the best !!! the lunch provided was soooo good !
We have traveled to Breck, Park City, Vail, Lake Tahoe and Snowshoe- and these slopes were by far, the most fun.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Three Forks
it's a bit of a hike to the entrance but an exciting decent into the cavern with a knowledgeable guide equipped with many stories of the history and development of the park awaits.
We enjoyed our visit to Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, a large limestone cavern filled with spectacular stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites.
Earthquake Lake West Yellowstone, MT
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
This was a fantastic drive the mountains and rock formations are for every nature lover.
This is an easy side trip from the town of West Yellowstone, which is the western entrance into Yellowstone National Park.
Old Faithful Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#22 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
The entire park is majestic and has lakes, waterfalls, valleys, grasslands, snow capped mountains, hot springs and so much more.
I have seen Old faithful erupt hundreds of time, but it forever captures the awe and beauty of nature as the white steam cascades up into the azure blue sky.
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Gallatin Canyon Bozeman, MT
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bozeman
The 191 south takes you directly to Hebgen Lake, West Yellowstone and the Yellowstone National Park entrance, the wolf exhibit and the bear exhibit, and at the 49 mile marker takes you west to Big Sky Ski Resort a...
The reservoir was clean and pristine with camp sites hidden between the trees where lucky campers could fish and boat and enjoy the best that nature can offer.
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Bozeman
Staff are very knowledgable, and have a very educational approach to there park.
A great stop before entering Yellowstone National Park or on your way to Bozeman.
Red Lodge Mountain Red Lodge, MT
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Red Lodge
From Billings, MT to Red Lodge town (56 miles) you will see the gateway to Yellowstone Park with wonderful and unbelievable views, by Beartooth highway!
My snowboarder son loves the terrain park.
Two Top West Yellowstone, MT
#4 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
Excellent Guided Tours in Yellowstone Park
There's also the pristine aspects of the park.
Back Country Snowmobile Adventures West Yellowstone, MT
#5 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
Cannot praise our driver Skip highly enough - he was brilliant, very helpful lifting down camera bags etc and used his 30 + years experience of the park to great advantage - information absolutely brilliant and he...
Max, our tour guide was very good, stopped for all the wildlife sightings and was very knowledgable about everything we asked about in the park.
Chico Hot Springs Pray, MT 44.4 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Pray
It was a great break from the crowds in the park and he loved the hot spring pool with no chlorine!
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Gibbon Falls Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#29 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
Although the Upper Falls and Lower Falls within the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone grab the majority of the visitors due to the waterfalls being more impressive, other waterfalls within the Park are certainly wor...
The falls, river and surrounding cliffs make for terrific photos of nature at her best.
Artists’ Paintpots Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#30 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
This is one of the prettiest trails within the park and I would definitely suggest a brief stopover at the place.
Amazingly, you realize that you are walking on a very active volcanic area as you travel through Yellowstone Park.
Tower Fall Yellowstone National Park, WY 61.4 km away
#31 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
Tower Fall is most certainly on the Top 10 List of things to see while visiting Yellowstone National Park.
We were in Yellowstone during shoulder season touring the wonders of this fantastic National Park.
Sacajawea Park Livingston, MT
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Livingston
Just a beautiful park to walk around and also you can see the Yellowstone River close by they have benches you can sit on and enjoy the river.
There is a skate park at the back, further at the back of the park kind of behind the schools there is a golf course and further past that there is a boat landing onto the Yellowstone River, and also a picnic area.
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Three Forks
It is well worth the drive every single time!!! Missouri Headwaters State Park has some nice, low elevation grade trails that are right alongside the river.
The Park Ranger Chris, was especially knowledgeable and helpful.
Trout Lake Trail Yellowstone National Park, WY 57.0 km away
#32 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
Spectacular scenery and calm, quiet, peaceful, placid area to escape the hoards of tourists on the roads and in the park.
There is a very small parking lot, so some park across the road and walk to the trail head.
Hebgen Lake West Yellowstone, MT
#6 of 7 Nature & Parks in West Yellowstone
The Jackson Lake dam in Teton Park was bolstered in 1988-92 to make it more earthquake resistant.
... spillway and lowering the level of water the result could have been much worse as the water backing up was compromising the stability of a dam upstream.Well worth a visit to stand in awe at the forces of nature.
Porcelain Basin Yellowstone National Park, WY 58.2 km away
#35 of 105 Nature & Parks in Yellowstone National Park
The park service has GREAT trail maps for $1 suggested donation that detail handicap accessible (i.e., stroller friendly) trails for all the main regions.
This is the hottest front country attraction in the park! Geysers impress everybody but the constant steam pressure from fumeroles here give vivid testimonial to the proximity of the molten lava just below!