Explore Yellowstone in all its natural wonder, from spouting geysers to forests teeming with wildlife!
Yellowstone: First National Park in the world and one of its greatest wildlife preserves. This immense forest sprawls across 2.2 million acres of land that features erupting geysers, thundering waterfalls, gurgling hot springs and incredibly divers wildlife. A grizzly bear chases an elk in a life-or-death pursuit. An antelope doe chases a coyote away from her young. Bighorn sheep butt heads in angry combat. We also see the great fire of 1988, and how devastation gave way to growth.
Go on a guided tour with park rangers into the backcountry, or take a fun stagecoach ride to an early-morning cookout. Most of all absorb the wondrous natural beauty that exists so abundantly in one of our most popular national parks.
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See the remarkable Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, with its upper and lower falls. The park is a great place for cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and fishing. Grand Teton National Park (about an hours drive south of Yellowstone) offers more recreational opportunities, as well as that famous mecca for winter sports - Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Includes Wiley E. Coyote and the Roadrunner, President Roosevelt's visit to Yellowstone, Smokey the Bear, a movie clip and words of wisdom from Hopalong Cassidy.
After being wiped out by hunters, wolves have returned to Yellowstone. See them roam in their natural habitat - hunting, playing and howling!
Relax to the soothing "Serenade of Yellowstone" - a montage of beautiful images from the park, accompanied by classical music sections from the world's great composers.
Get the full story on how the geysers at Yellowstone were formed. Plus information on easy access facilities for tourists and campers with special needs. Finally, a weather chart will help to plan your trip.