Home to some of the most skiing in the U.S., this alpine resort features 5,750 skiable acres with a 4,350-ft. vertical drop from a summit of over 11,000 feet. The longest runs are a whopping 6 miles long!
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Stretching 20 miles from the Upper Falls to Tower Fall area, this impressive canyon runs up to 1,200 feet deep, formed by a confluence of ancient volcanic eruptions and glacial melts as recent as 10,000 years ago.
In a historic Union Pacific railroad depot, artifacts of American history fill these exhibits from large-scale items like stagecoaches, trains, planes and snow machines to cavalry uniforms, cowboy hats and headdresses.
The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center This non-profit wildlife park offers visitors a safe way to see the animals of Yellowstone, home to 8 grizzly bears, 6 birds of prey and 2 packs of endangered gray wolves, alongside various informational displays.
West Thumb Geyser Basin The largest geyser basin by Yellowstone Lake, lava flows just 10,000 feet under the surface here, warming the waters enough to melt winter ice and produce one of the most famous sights in the park.
Yellowstone - Mammoth Hot Springs Ever-changing in volume and location, these hot springs are truly unique in Yellowstone, bubbling and steaming among otherworldly mineral deposits and poisoned trees with contrasting blue skies and mountain vistas in every direction.
Yellowstone - Old Faithful Geyser One of the most predictable things on Earth, no trip to Yellowstone is complete without beholding this inspiring tower of boiling water that shoots up to 185 feet in the air every 91 minutes.
Yellowstone Lake The largest freshwater lake above 7,000 feet in the lower 48 states, trout fishing and boating here are some of the most breathtaking in America when the water's not covered with up to 3 feet of ice.
Yellowstone National Park The first and most famous national park in the world, this American treasure spans 3,472 sq-miles with iconic sights like Old Faithful and Mammoth Hot Springs, grizzly bears, wolves and buffalo across 3 states.