These are Yellowstone National Park's 10 Must-See Marvels


Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park holds the distinction of being the world's first national park.  

Yellowstone national park is famous for its unique geothermal features, diverse ecosystems, and abundant wildlife. These are Yellowstone National Park's 10 Must-See Marvels.

Watch the most famous geyser in the world erupt every 90 minutes, shooting water up to 180 feet high.

Old Faithful


Marvel at the rainbow-colored hot spring, the largest in the US and the third-largest in the world.

Grand Prismatic Spring


Admire the stunning views of the 20-mile-long canyon carved by the Yellowstone River, with waterfalls and rapids.

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone


Explore the complex of travertine terraces formed by hot water and limestone, creating a unique landscape.

Mammoth Hot Springs


Spot some of the park’s iconic wildlife, such as bison, elk, wolves, and bears, in this scenic valley.

Lamar Valley 


Enjoy the serene beauty of the largest high-altitude lake in North America, with geothermal features and islands.

Yellowstone Lake


Visit the hottest and oldest geyser basin in the park, home to Steamboat Geyser, the world’s tallest active geyser.

Norris Geyser Basin


Witness the spectacle of the park’s largest herd of bison, as well as other animals, in this grassy valley.

Hayden Valley


See the impressive 132-foot waterfall that plunges from the eroded remains of an ancient volcano.

Tower Fall


Hike to the summit of this 10,243-foot peak, offering panoramic views of the park and a chance to see bighorn sheep.

Mount Washburn


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Learn about the massive volcanic crater that underlies much of the park, creating its geothermal wonders.

Yellowstone Caldera


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