9 Hidden Gems in Yellowstone You Need to See


Yellowstone is full of wonders, but some of them are less known than others. Here are 9 hidden gems that you don’t want to miss on your next visit. 

A tranquil waterfall tucked away from the crowds. Hike to it from the Cascade Lake trailhead or take a boat ride across Jenny Lake.

Hidden Falls 


A scenic dirt road that offers stunning views of the park’s landscapes and wildlife. Look for bison, elk, bears, and wolves along the way .

Blacktail Plateau Drive 


A serene lake surrounded by forest and meadows. It’s a great spot for fishing, birdwatching, and picnicking. You can also camp nearby if you have a permit 

Grebe Lake 


A spectacular geyser that erupts every three hours for about 30 minutes. It shoots water up to 45 feet high and makes a loud roaring sound.  

Lone Star Geyser 


A remote and beautiful area of the park that features cascading waterfalls, colorful pools, and lush vegetation. 

Cascade Corner 


A wild and wet region that boasts the highest concentration of geysers and hot springs in the park. 

The Bechler Region 


A peaceful lake that lies at the base of the Continental Divide. It’s a prime habitat for moose, otters, and waterfowl. 

Riddle Lake 


A hidden lake that offers a stunning view of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It’s accessible from the Roosevelt Lodge area or the Petrified Tree trail. 

Lost Lake 


A fascinating geothermal area that features dozens of steam vents and fumaroles. It makes a loud hissing noise that can be heard from miles away.  

Roaring Mountain 


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