Yellowstone National Park

 

Created in 1872, Yellowstone is the oldest national park in the United States. It is located mainly in northwestern Wyoming and partly in southern Montana and eastern Idaho. The Park has unique hydrothermal, geologic wonders and amazing fauna and flora.

 

Map Yellowstone

 

United States

 

Elks

 

Bison on the move in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone NP (May 2015).

 

Park images

 

Lamar Valley

 

Bull, cow and calf elk in Yellowstone (photo John Good).

 

Hikers

 

Lewis Falls

 

Parks Montana

 

Yellowstone Falls

 

Upper Falls

 

Undine Falls (photo NPS / Diane Renkin).

 

Lewis Falls (Jim Peaco - June, 2014).

 

Idaho

 

Visitors at brink of the Lower Falls (Jim Peaco, August 2005).

 

Monument Valley

 

Yellowstone falls

 

Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River (photo NPS / Jim Peaco).

 

Colonnade Falls on the Bechler River

(Diane Renkin, September, 2012).

 

Rainbow Pool and Sunset Lake in Black Sand Basin on Iron Spring Creek (Jim Peaco, June 2006).

 

Carrington Island

 

Glacier National Park

 

Hikers on Speciman Ridge, enjoying the view (photo NPS / Neal Herbert).

 

Morning Glory Pool

 

Parks Alaska

 

Hot spring

 

Morning Glory Pool. Hot springs are the most common hydrothermal feature in the park (Jim Peaco, March 2005).

 

Lower Falls

 

Lower Yellowstone Falls (photo NPS / Dusan Smetana).

 

USA

 

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Undine Falls

 

Yellowstone National Park

 

 

Carrington Island on Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan (NPS / Neal Herbert).

 

Source (edited): USGS National Map.

 

 

 

 

 

Neal Herbert