An uncrowded national park site and animals from prehistoric times and today meet in Moffat County, Colo.
Only one lodging place is open in winter inside the park, but just outside, they are plentiful.
Hike, horseback ride, soak in hot springs and more on an all-inclusive trip to the park.
Explore volcanic formations, including lava tube caves, on the trails and scenic drives at this uncrowded national park site on the way to Yellowstone.
One of the two ways to explore Yellowstone in the winter is by snowcoach. This is everything you need to know.
Stop at these surprising attractions, eateries and events.
Seeing dinosaur bones, going rafting and more of our favorite things to do.
Stay in a cabin, hotel room or your RV on the shores of sparkling Bear Lake.
See wildlife, geysers and mountains views.
Everything you need to know about autumn weather, elk, bear, and bison activity in fall, plus seasonal closings of road and park facilities.
A favorite midpoint stop on your Yellowstone to Glacier road trip, the resort is really a destination all its own. Enjoy a full-service resort that provides golf, swimming, water slide, lodging and venues for conventions and gatherings.
Some seasons, planning a trip to Yellowstone can be a breeze. But in summer, you may need to reserve a year in advance.
The Pine Lodge in Whitefish, Mont., makes it easy to enjoy the region’s excellent outdoor recreation.
Here's everything you need to know about Yellowstone and Grand Teton during COVID.
Soak up the outdoors as you travel through Washington, Idaho and Montana on this northern-states road trip.
Take the All-American Road Trip to Yellowstone, starting in Chicago.
Stay a mile from the park entrance.
Stay on the quieter side of Montana between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park
Dark skies and iconic views combine to make Yellowstone one of the best places in the country to stargaze.
Located just 7 miles from the breathtaking Glacier National Park in Mont., where peaks touch the sky, glaciers move the earth, waterfalls carve the rock and wildlife roam as freely as they always have, Under Canvas Glacier is an adventure like no other.
Planning a vacation to Yellowstone involves many details, one of which is deciding how you will enter the park.
We’ve put together ideas for a three-day vacation to help you become a more sustainable traveler.
Follow the trails past Old Faithful and you’ll find the world’s largest concentration of geysers plus hot springs and wildlife on this 6-mile scenic journey.
Solitude Float Trips offers a scenic rafting experience focused on conservation
Spend a magical winter weekend near the West Entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
Imagine waking up to the sights, sounds, and smells of nature in one of the most spectacular places on Earth. At Under Canvas Yellowstone, you can immerse yourself in the great outdoors of Montana while spending your nights nestled in your luxurious glamping tent.
Discovered in 1870 by the Washburn Expedition, Old Faithful geyser was named for its frequent and somewhat predictable eruptions, which number more than a million since Yellowstone became the world’s first national park in 1872.
One of the most breathtaking routes to Yellowstone National Park is from Red Lodge, Mont., to Cooke City and Silver Gate via the 68-mile stretch of the Beartooth Highway.
“Three-hundred-sixty degrees around me, everything was on fire,” says Yellowstone's former historian, recalling Sept. 7, 1988, when a firestorm, which occur when large fires burn intensely enough that they create and sustain their own wind system, raged near the historic Old Faithful Inn.
We’re swooning over these Airbnbs rentals in towns like Jackson, Gardiner, West Yellowstone, Cody and Cooke City.
Stay at least 100 yards away from bears and wolves and at least 25 yards away from other large mammals like bison, elk, bighorn sheep, deer, moose and coyotes.
With the solstice ushering in summer June 21, celebrate summer’s official arrival by seeing the best of Yellowstone.
Choose your own adventure on this hike, whether that means jumping into frigid waters or picnicking lakeside.
This trail brings you to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point before leading you to more remote mountain beauty in the glacially carved Cascade Canyon.
Moran's paintings were actually created at the north rim overlook named Moran Point by the first Hayden Survey in the 1870s. There is more confusion here - Moran Point is also called Lookout Point, Mount Lookout, Lookout Rock, and Prospect Point.