Yellowstone National Park in the United States is a stunning landscape national park. It is surrounded by over 2.2 million acres and features numerous fun activities that you can enjoy both on land and in the water that you can explore.
Grand Prismatic Spring
Visiting the Grand Prismatic Spring is the most popular thing to do at Yellowstone National Park and it is best to be seen above. It is the 3rd biggest hot spring in the world and the largest in the United States of America. Vibrant bands of orange, yellow, and green surround the deep blue seas in the spring, creating a stunning color pattern. You should never miss this most amazing natural wonder at Yellowstone!
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone has different hiking trails that you can explore. There are also easier routes that you can go so that you don’t have to hike in long hours especially if you have kids. There are various parking spaces on the Grand Canyon’s North and South Rims for easy accessibility. It is recommended to visit Uncle Tom’s Trail, Artist Point and Brink of the Upper Falls.
Old Faithful Geyser
Old Faithful Geyser is one of the most exceptional views at Yellowstone. Old Faithful’s eruptions are definitely breathtaking, making on average around 130 feet high, and most importantly frequent. It is one of only six geysers in the park whose eruptions are predictable so you can grab your phone ready and wait for it’s striking and awe-inspiring eruption!
Mammoth Hot Springs
Mammoth Hot Springs is one of the most distinctive attractions in Yellowstone that can’t be missed for it is featuring dramatic and colossal limestone rock formations. It has two boardwalks, the Upper and Lower Terraces, which you may walk along to enjoy even more beautiful scenery.
If you appreciate seeing a varied range of creatures such as elk, bison, occasional wolves and grizzly bears, diverse waterfowl species, and more, a trip to Hayden Valley is ideal. Originally it was part of Yellowstone Lake when it was larger. It will also be a good long scenic drive at the Hayden Valley as you can be lucky to see a herd of bison just hanging along the roadside.
Upper Geyser Basin
This place is one of the best places to see hot springs, geysers and thermal pools as it boasts over 150 geothermal features within 1 square mile. It is the place where you’ll find not only the largest concentration of geysers in the park but also in the entire world (Yellowstone is home to 60% of the world’s geysers).
Mystic Falls Trail
It is a leading hiking trail about 2.6 miles long. It leads to a spectacular waterfall of the same name. It is also the ideal option if you want to enjoy cheap fun in the great outdoors amidst sparkling bodies of water, several thermal features, tall trees, dramatic ledges, and many other gorgeous features.
Go on the perfect getaway with your family or friends, plunged in the beauty of nature, as you look through this list of the best place to go in Yellowstone National Park that I prepared just for you.