My Yellowstone trip was remarkable, from the camping to the wildlife watching to visiting Old Faithful and all the main attractions.
I have so much material on Yellowstone National Park, and so many great photos, that I wanted to follow-up my 9 Things You Didn’t Know About Yellowstone with a broad photo essay showing the various sides of the park.
My visit to the park covered three days. Many folks stay longer, perhaps an entire week, to fully experience the different landscapes. Others spend only a day or two in Yellowstone. But either way, you’re going to see a lot of amazing things.
Enjoy some of the Yellowstone images I captured, and check out more on the Quirky Travel Guy Flickr.
Yellowstone Images: Pics from My Photo Trip
Here’s a selection of pics from Yellowstone. They range from various kinds of wildlife to the Arch at the entrance to the scalding hot springs and giant lake.
Also included are some pics from my hike of Mt. Washburn. This is one of Yellowstone’s best hikes, and one of its most accessible since it isn’t super difficult. That’s a great hike to consider if you’re a first-time Yellowstone visitor.
Click this link for more info on where to see wildlife in Yellowstone. I was fortunate enough to encounter wolves, grizzly bears, black bears, elk, bison, and many more.
And finally, one of the coolest natural wonders of the park is called the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. You can see how it gets its name. That spectacular waterfall and winding canyon of rushing water is pretty incredible to witness in person.
Yellowstone is definitely a magical place. If you haven’t visited, I strongly suggest making plans to stop by sometime. It is one of the best places to get in touch with nature!
Have you visited the park and taken any Yellowstone images?