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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Even when crowded, Yellowstone doesn't disappoint. The wildlife is everywhere you look. The land is well maintained and the park is just incredible. I was only here for a day, but I could have spent weeks exploring. In fact, I think I will come back and do just that.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank HeaBrown
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Yellowstone National Park sits on a super-volcano. God knows when it will erupt again because it is an active volcanic site where subterranean heat of magma is being continuously transferred to the surface and vented thru a huge numbers of geysers, fumaroles, hot springs and mudpots.
About 631 thousand years ago there was a huge volcanic eruption here creating a giant caldera of 30 by 45 mile in dimension. The park has a rich ecosystems ranging from arid vegetation, which you'll find at the north entrance to sub-alpine meadow and forest Mount Washburn. They support a variety of habitats where thrive diverse wildlife like bison, elk deer, grizzly and black bears, pronghorn deer, gray wolves, Canadian goose, and Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Not only wildlife, many native American tribes still have a deep-rooted connections here. You will wonder as you will explore them.
Animals are seldom seen in the dense, dark forest that covers most part of the park, Rather they are more easily seen in open meadows, shallow pools & rivers where you'll get ample opportunities to watch and photograph them. There are several adventure packages and expeditions available e.g. you may go for Winter Wolf Discovery package. In winter, very interesting are snow coaches ploughing through a feet deep snow with their oversize tires (4 ft tall and 3 ft wide).
The Park is divided into three loops with wide, asphalt paths, so that you can drive and reach upto the walking distance of all major geothermal activities. A life time Adventure that never dies.

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Parthasarathi C
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Loved our trip, but be advised they close a lot of things after Labor Day. We were there the week after and several lodges/restaurants we're already closed & many staff said less than week most everything closes. That being said great weather & smaller crowds, but still crowds - just pack your patience

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank soonerlegend
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Yellowstone offers something for everyone - wildlife viewing, fascinating thermal features, easy hikes, multi-day wilderness backpacking trips, kayaking, scenic driving. Whether you drive through it for a day or spend a summer hiking it, everyone should see it once.

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The super volcano sitting under Yellowstone creates the incredible geothermal ecosystem which gives me pause every time I stand within the caldera area. When I visit I understand why Yellowstone is our nation's first national park.

Date of experience: September 2019
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