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We hiked on the walkways through and around Mammoth Hot Springs. Incredible views of this whole area of natural wonders. Take the time to explore all of the walkways as well as the upper area and the road that winds through the upper areas. When...More
We entered in the park from North entrance, this was our very attraction after visiting the visitor center. Ranger advised us to leave the car near visitor center and walk to Mammoth Hot Springs as parking can be challenge there. I totally ignored his suggestion...More
We enjoyed our visit here and are happy to recommend. From the top side you can park up and walk to get close up views but make sure you also visit on the roadside for an extra photo opportunity (that is the road that leads...More
As with all national parks, I truly believe that pictures do them zero justice. This place is so amazing. I do recommend going during off season, not sure when exactly that is, but we went in October and the park roads were still open. So...More
Amazing experience! Go in the winter when you can be all bundled up and then shred your layers and sink into the warm waters! Sit outside in the snow in your bathing suit in an incredible area with remarkable views.
the whole scenery is just totally different to the rest of yellowstone park. the deer are very used to people and just roam around.. I loved it here. so much different to the rest of yellowstone. I didnt realise until we were heading out of...More
We probably should have budgeted more time for our visit to Yellowstone as it was becoming very apparent that five days wasn't enough. We spent about 90 minutes at Mammoth Hot Springs and it simply wasn't enough time.
There's a lot of walking involved along...More
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July is crowded in general but large vehicles including buses and RVs are not allowed to drive the loop so I’m optimistic you will be able to drive it in your family car or van. There parking turnouts that aren’t very big... More
July is crowded in general but large vehicles including buses and RVs are not allowed to drive the loop so I’m optimistic you will be able to drive it in your family car or van. There parking turnouts that aren’t very big, but some aren’t near the best attractions so if you can’t park by orange mound spring, for example, drive until the next one, it isn’t far, and walk back or go around again, it’s only 1.5 miles, and park short of it and walk up to it.
There will likely be snow yet the Park dies a really nice job of keeping the main roads plowed and salted. Watch for signs regarding possible road closures or inquire at the gate as you enter the park. The Park Ranger... More
There will likely be snow yet the Park dies a really nice job of keeping the main roads plowed and salted. Watch for signs regarding possible road closures or inquire at the gate as you enter the park. The Park Ranger Manning the gate can advise you regarding road closures.
Regarding dress... layer up and be sure to wear boots with good traction. Bring a hat and gloves in case of freezing or below freezing temperatures.
Enjoy your trip!