Visit Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is a true global icon and certainly one of its most unique landscapes. The oldest national park in America (and widely held to be the oldest in the world), this protected wilderness stretches across the three states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. At its heart is a volcanic plateau of hot springs and geysers that boasts its own micro climate.
At the heart of the Yellowstone Caldera is the largest super volcano on the continent and an extraordinary collection of half the world's geysers and hot springs (including the famous Old Faithful), which attest to the highly active geothermal activity occurring on this volcanic plateau. Alongside the spectacular geothermal activity is an astonishing wilderness of dense forests, towering peaks, deep river canyons and great plains, home to a diverse ecosystem of bears, wolves, elk, buffalo and the world's largest herd of bison. Travel on a Yellowstone holiday to truly soak up this wild corner of America.
Top itineraries in Yellowstone National Park
Free car hire
Discover America’s unique geography all the while staying in picturesque ranches and lodges on this self-drive tour. Starting in Salt Lake City, you'll take in the natural splendours of the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks before driving the Pacific West Coast to finish in Seattle.
Free car hire
The national parks of Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Rocky Mountain comprise the bulk of this tailor-made self-drive, which combines some of America's most spellbinding scenery with the chance to see native wildlife and explore a rich, pioneering history.
Yellowstone National Park articles
We take a look at the spectacularly bold travel advertisements of the 1930s and their promise of golden temples in India, lakeside retreats in Italy and deers grazing outside of Japanese temples. You'll be surprised at how much holds true to this day.
The vision of 19th century artist, George Catlin, America’s National Parks Service has grown from humble beginnings, starting with just one park. The veritable grandfather of it all – Yellowstone – was once protected from poachers and misuse by the U.S. Army, a trend that continued to the second na…
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