Snowcoaches, snowmobiles, dog sleds, cross country skis and snowshoes reign supreme when snow falls, making an adventurous way to get around when most park roads close to normal vehicle traffic in winter. Get cozy inside a mountain lodge and watch the snow float down. Or head out into the fresh, biting air to see steamy geothermal features with a powdery backdrop.
Mammoth Hot Springs is a geothermal wonder located in the northern part of Yellowstone National Park. Known for their stunning terraces of travertine, the hot springs at Mammoth are part of the larger Yellowstone Caldera—one of the largest active volcanic systems in the world.
The easiest way to visit Mammoth Hot Springs is through the North Entrance at Gardiner, which is the ONLY year-round entry point.
In Yellowstone Country, the arrival of spring brings a breathtaking transformation to the landscape, painting the meadows and hillsides with an array of wildflowers. Springtime in the Park invites a revival of flora and fauna while visitors witness a sensory wonder of colors, scents, and wildlife.
Old Faithful is the most famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park, named after its predictable eruptions approximately every 90 minutes. Reaching heights of 100 to 185 feet, the geyser's reliability has made it a popular attraction and tourist hot spot.
Beat the large summertime crowds by visiting during the shoulder season and take advantage of the perfect photo opp with this natural phenomenon
Summertime in Yellowstone Country unveils a spectacle of natural wonders and showcases the full splendor of Yellowstone National Park. The iconic geysers erupt into the clear blue skies, while wildlife roams freely through the meadows. Visitors can bask in the warmth of the sun while exploring the park's extensive network of trails, taking in the spectacular vistas of canyons, rivers, and mountains.
Yellowstone Lake is the largest high-elevation lake in North America, and is a focal point for visitors exploring the Park.
Known for its scenic beauty, especially in the summer, Yellowstone Lake offers boating, fishing, and scenic drives.
Harvest season in Yellowstone introduces a magnificent transformation as the region is overcome with a symphony of fall colors. A prime time to visit, autumn offers captivating visions of vibrant foliage enhanced by the native wildlife as they prepare for the impending winter.
Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park is a wildlife-rich area known as the "Serengeti of North America."
In the fall, the valley comes alive with striking colors, roaming bison and wolves, and the bugles of elk. And with fewer crowds, visitors can enjoy a serene and peaceful experience while they take in the unique beauty of the Park.