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Yellowstone National Park

Many superlatives can be applied to Yellowstone National Park; it’s the oldest national park in the US and possibly the world, it has the world’s highest concentration of geysers and bison, it’s a part of the world’s biggest remaining intact, temperate-zone ecosystems and at its heart, Yellowstone Lake is one of the largest high-elevation lakes on the continent, centred over the Yellowstone Caldera – the largest super volcano in North America. It’s no wonder that this is one of the most popular and well-known National Parks in the country.

Yellowstone is a wilderness recreation area of nearly 3,500 square miles covering a constantly bubbling volcanic hot spot. Above the ground, you’ll find dramatic canyons, fast flowing rivers, huge expanses of forest and hundreds of animal species including bears, bison, wolves, antelope and elk. Below the ground, active volcanic and hydrothermal systems create hot springs, mudpots, steam vents and half the world’s geysers.

So what can you do in this preserved wilderness? There are lots of options for getting out and exploring, whether you want to don your walking boots, take in the view from the water, saddle up and ride some trails on horseback or join a guided ranger tour. This last activity allows you to learn about the wildlife and geology of the park from an expert. You can even take an evening tour and learn about the spectacular night sky.

Yellowstone is mostly in Wyoming, but also stretches into Montana and Idaho. The whole ecosystem encompasses neighbouring Grand Teton National Park and portions of five national forests. To explore more than a fraction of this area will take at least a couple of days’ visit. But be prepared to find that once you visit Yellowstone National Park, you’ll leave wanting to come back.​

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Old Faithful

Yellowstone National Park is home to some 300 geysers. Old Faithful Geyser was named by an expedition in 1870 and referred to as ‘Eternity's Timepiece’. However it is not the most frequently erupting or largest geyser in the park. It is simply the most famous, exploding into the sky on average every 35 – 120 minutes. Old Faithful is part of the Upper Geyser Basin, which features an astonishing 150 geysers.

Grand Prismatic Spring

This is one of the most photographed of Yellowstone’s hot springs and it’s clear to see why. The largest spring in the park (and the third largest in the world), it’s also the most colourful with red, orange, yellow, green, and blue rings framing the steaming water. The spring is located in the parks Midway Geyser Basin.

Mammoth Hot Springs

This large complex of hot springs is one of the most visited areas of the park, boasting many individually named geothermal features including Poison Cave, Paperpicker Spring and Little Burper. Also in this area is the historic Fort Yellowstone and the newly renovated Albright Visitor Center.

Yellowstone Lake

Geologists believe that large volcanic eruptions have occurred in Yellowstone on an approximate interval of 600,000 years. The most recent of these happened around 600,000 years ago and ash from the massive explosion (a thousand times the size of Mt. St. Helens) has been found all across the continent. The magma chamber then collapsed, forming a large caldera. Part of this caldera is the 136-square mile basin of Yellowstone Lake.

The Other Grand Canyon

Formed by erosion over thousands of years due to wind, water and other forces of nature, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone stretches around 20 miles long and half a mile wide. This is one of the most popular hiking areas in the park and you can stop for photos of the dramatic cliffs and roaring water at various look outs along the way. Artist Point is the favourite of these.

Our Top Hotels in Yellowstone

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone

Explorer Cabins at Yellowstone


West Yellowstone is your headquarters for the ultimate adventure! These self-catering cabins are located just minutes away from the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.

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Holiday Inn West Yellowstone

Holiday Inn West Yellowstone


If you're looking for the best Yellowstone National Park lodging close to the Park's West entrance, you've found it! The hotel is located is just three blocks from Yellowstone National Park.

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Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa

Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa


Located just one mile from Grand Teton National Park and slope side to the legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the hotel offers classic mountain elegance and laid-back style.

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Spring Creek Ranch

Spring Creek Ranch


Spring Creek Ranch is located on a wildlife sanctuary almost 1,000 feet above the town of Jackson and has the most spectacular views of the Teton Mountain Range.

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Hotel Terra Jackson Hole

Hotel Terra Jackson Hole


This is a luxury hotel in the heart of Teton Village and at the base of the majestic Tetons, steps from some of the best skiing and snowboarding in North America.

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Fly Drive Holiday: American Grandeurs

Denver – Steamboat Springs – Rock Springs – Jackson – Yellowstone National Park – Salt Lake City - Bryce Canyon National Park – Lake Powell/ Page – Mesa Verde National Park/ Cortez – Durango – Taos – Denver

Discover the grand American landscapes of the Rockies and the Colorado Plateau on this fly drive holiday of mountains, canyons, lakes and Western cities. Visit the world famous Yellowstone National Park, learn about Utah’s Mormon history in Salt Lake City, take in the awe-inspiring rock formations in Bryce Canyon National Park and Monument Valley, find out about ancient civilisations at Mesa Verde National Park and stay in authentic Western towns like Steamboat Springs and Durango. Your journey begins and ends in Denver, the Mile High City where you can find unique districts, relaxing green spaces and some of the United States’ best boutique beers.
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Fly Drive Holiday: North by Northwest

Seattle – Vancouver – Kamloops – Jasper – Banff National Park – Calgary – Kalispell – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson – Twin Falls – Pendleton – Yakima – Seattle

Take in two countries, five states, two Canadian provinces and seven National Parks on this epic fly drive holiday of majestic mountain ranges and incomparable natural wonders. Start in the cultural, coffee mad city of Seattle before making your way north to Vancouver. You’ll pass through the majestic scenery of the Rockies before dipping back down to the USA and experiencing the volcanic wonders of Yellowstone National Park and the Craters of the Moon National Monument. Take in the landscapes of Oregon and Washington State before returning to Seattle for your final night.
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Motorhome Holiday: Northwest USA

Seattle/Everett - Mount Vernon - North Cascades National Park - Electric City - Coeur d'Alene - Butte - Yellowstone National Park - Idaho Falls - Massacre Rock State Park - Boise - La Grande - Portland, Oregon - Mount Rainier National Park - Seattle/Everett

Pick up your hotel on wheels and take to the road on this 13 night itinerary taking you through the highlights of America’s Northwest corner. Your journey will take you into National Parks, along mighty rivers and past dormant and not so dormant volcanoes. Enjoy afternoon tea in the former home of George Washington, watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park, mix with celebrities in Jackson and learn about the life of pioneers arriving from the East along the Oregon Trail.
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Grand Teton Self-Guided Tour from West Yellowstone  
Your Grand Teton National Park tours begin in West Yellowstone, Montana, and will take you to Jackson Lake, Jenney Lake, Teton Village (Jackson Hole), Mormon Row, Glacial View Turnout and Oxbow Bend Turnout. Don't be surprised if you see grizzlies, elk, moose, buffalo and antelope along the way! It's the perfect way to explore the incredible scenery of Grand Teton Park at the comfort of your own pace. From just £28 per person.

Self-Guided Driving Tour of Yellowstone Upper Loop, Cooke City-Silver Gate, WY 
Your self-guided driving day tour of Yellowstone Upper Loop starts in Cooke City, Montana and takes you to Lamar Valley, home to an array of wildlife. You will then drive to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Norris Geysers, Obsidian Cliff, Huckleberry Ridge, the Petrified Tree and more. Along the way you may run into elk, bears, wolves and buffalo! From £20 per person.

Time Difference:
GMT- 6hours

Closest Airport:
Denver International Airport (approx. 11 hours, direct flight)

Getting around:
Yellowstone National Park is the perfect destination to combine into a fly drive holiday. Hire a car from your arrival airport and discover both Yellowstone and neighbouring Grand Tetons National Park. Car hire from Denver starts at £21 per day.


Insider Tip:
Be prepared for all weathers during your visit. The majority of the park sits at over 7,000 feet above sea level so conditions can fluctuate wildly. It’s even been known to snow here in July! Make sure you pack layers along with your sun cream.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.


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