On top of the Bighorn Range in Wyoming, a desolate 9,642 feet high and only reachable during the warm summer months, lies an ancient Native American construction -- an 80' diameter wheel-like pattern made of stones.
America's first national park, home to grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Experience Old Faithful’s eruption fist-hand. See the world's most extraordinary collection of geysers and hot springs. Explore the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Attend an evening fireside ranger-led program to learn more about the wonders of Yellowstone.
Clark's inscription is the only remaining physical evidence found along the route that was followed by the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
The Snake River is a major tributary of the Columbia River and has its headwaters just inside Yellowstone.
Five inter-connected museums all under one roof depicting the rich history of the American West, including the life of W.F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody.
Hunt in the cold sagebrush desert and flat-topped ridges to see some of the world's best preserved fossilized fish, insects, plants, reptiles, birds and mammals from an ancient sub-tropical landscape.
A half-mile of fascinating stalactites, stalagmites, and banded travertine in nine rooms.
See the spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine glacial lakes and extraordinary wildlife. See waterfalls, swim in Jenny Lake and take a polar bear plunge in Surprise Lake after an alpine walk half way up Grand Teton.
Brilliantly blue waters combined with sandy beaches are why they call it the Caribbean of the west.
The largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere, and the eighth-largest terminal lake in the world. Because of its high salt concentration, the lake water is unusually dense, and most people can float easily.
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