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America's First National Park
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Where to See Wildlife in Yellowstone
Yellowstone is as popular for its diverse wildlife as it is for its thermal features. It is home to the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states [1], including elk, bears, bison, wolves, and bighorn sheep. If you want to plan a visit to the park to marvel at the wildlife, here is a…
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Botanical Journey to the Top of a Geological Mystery
Heart Mountain is a unique peak for many reasons. Botanically, it is home to one of the greatest concentrations of rare plants on private property in Wyoming. Geologically, Heart Mountain exists because of what could be one of the largest landslides on earth (still debated). Historically, it was a…
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Six mile loop hike to Point Sublime, Silver Cord Cascade, Ribbon Lake and Forest…
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A Roaring 308ft Waterfall That Plunges Into the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
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This shuttle route drops 1200 feet to a dramatic suspension-bridge crossing of t…
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If you’re looking for a day hike that has great scenery and provides an excellen…
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The hike to Mount Washburn offers some of the most beautiful views and terrain i…
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Yellowstone in prime form: this trail has endless meadows and is in prime elk an…
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Near Yellowstone Lake, a long trail follows Pelican Valley through prime grizzly…
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The isolated summit of Mount Washburn provides spectacular views over Yellowston…
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This historical trail skirts the canyon rim, passes Silver Cord Cascade, and plu…
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Solfatara Creek Trail, Yellowstone National Park - little-used, 6.5 mile path al…
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Leave the crowds at Mammoth behind on this nice loop. You'll get a little bit of…
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This 18-mile shuttle hike begins on the Northeast Entrance Road 2.5 miles north …
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Ribbon Lake is a small but beautiful lake that sits just southeast from the rim …
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