Yellowstone National Park's is America's oldest park, and many might say its grandest, too. This century-old natural landmark spans three states and a supervolcano, and has geothermic features such as geysers and hot springs that are found in few other spots on Earth. Yellowstone hikes will bring you past these and many more natural wonders, leaving your legs aching and your jaw agape. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of North America's only undisturbed ecosystems left, and backpacking in its pristine backcountry is a truly unforgettable experience. If you want a smaller (though no less rewarding) slice of Yellowstone life, check out the 20-mile trek to Electric Peak.
The only thing better than Yellowstone in summer? Yellowstone in winter.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Montana
Don't blame the selfie sticks: Tourists have been making poor choices in our wild spaces since long before smartphones.
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A bill advances that would allow paddlers, kayakers, and other hand-propelled watercraft on 450 miles of rivers and streams in Grand Teton and Yellowstone.
This half-mile of backcountry geysers is among the best 100 miles of trail in the whole national park system.
A national park vacation is great, but the real fun starts when you get to call the park home.
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Take advantage of the park's quieter winter season on this 9.4-mile snowshoe trek through wooded hills to an expansive plateau with endless snowy views.
Explore canyons and sageland in Yellowstone's backcountry on this 18.5-mile hike near the Black Canyon of the Yellowstone.