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A trip to Yellowstone has been a rich part of the American experience for five generations now. Though it's remote, we come—more than 3,000,000 strong—year after year. When we arrive, we gasp at the incomparable combination of natural beauty, rugged wilderness, majestic peaks, and abundant wildlife. Indescribable geysers, mud pots, fumaroles, and hot springs make this magma-filled pressure cooker of a park unlike any place else on earth. If you're not here for the geysers, chances are that you've come to spot some of the teeming wildlife, from grazing bison to cruising trumpeter swans.
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The spot for serious wildlife watching, all of Yellowstone’s celebrities are here: elk, pronghorn, grizzlies, coyotes and wolves. No autographs, please.
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Stay in one of Yellowstone’s many nearby dude ranches to experience the true culture and cowboy camaraderie of the region.
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An 85-foot stone fireplace will warm you up as you check into your room at this charming old hotel. Reservations go quickly, so make sure to get in early.
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There are many striking sights at Yellowstone National Park, but the Grand Prismatic Spring might be the most striking of them all. Check it out up close.
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In need of a slight return to civilization? This quaint little town has all the amenities you need. Find it near the West Gate of Yellowstone National Park.
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The geysers that erupt from Firehole River give the illusion of smoke billowing from its basins. Visit in the warmer months for canoeing, fly fishing, and more.
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