Hiking Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park was the world’s first national park and remains one of the most amazing parks in America. With fascinating geothermal features like the Old Faithful Geyser, a Grand Canyon with thundering waterfalls, and the last great bison herd, Yellowstone is a true treasure. Yellowstone National Park is massive, covering nearly 3,500 square miles of beautiful forests, mountains, meadows, lakes, and streams. Allot plenty of driving time when crossing the park. There is also lots to see right from your car, like bison in  Lamar Valley, and you can spend several days getting to know this special place. Yellowstone has easy-to-access boardwalks in the notable geyser basins and viewpoints near interesting natural features. Numerous hiking trails visit more amazing places and can provide surprising solitude in a park that receives over three million visitors a year. It is critical to exercise bear safety while visiting Yellowstone. Be bear aware while you hike. Make noise and carrying bear spray.

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