The Yosemite Valley, carved by glaciers, surrounded by granite domes, watered by the Merced River, sprinkled with pine trees, is a popular weekend destination among San Francisco Bay Area residents. Wonder why?
Walk amongst the world’s most gigantic trees, gaze upon the huge canyons, feel the water splatter from amazing waterfalls and see the vast meadows at Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park. It’s a terrific place to hike, see wildlife and experience nature at one of its best.
Yellowstone is home to thousands of geysers, roaring waterfalls, bountiful wildlife, massive canyons, sprawling lakes. It is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities. A perfect vacation is one in which the entire family is occupied with things to do and with no shortage of adventures in Yellowstone, it is sure to amaze people of all ages and interests.
Atop everyone’s list in Yellowstone is to see animals in the wild. There’s no better place to see wildlife than in the Lamar Valley.
Active earthquake area leading to thermal imbalance; Combination of rare acidic and alkaline geysers; One of Yellowstone’s hottest geothermal areas; Ever-changing geysers and hot springs; Intersection of three major faults – That’s Norris Geyser Basin in a nutshell
Mammoth Hot Springs area in Yellowstone is incredible and unique with hot springs, wildlife, beautiful waterfalls – to make it easy for you, we’ve put together a list of the top things to do in the Mammoth Hot Springs area.
Postcard pictures that’ll (hopefully) make you want to plan a trip to The Yellowstone!
Postcard pictures that’ll (hopefully) make you want to travel to The Grand Teton!
From lovely sunrises to miles of hiking trails to mud volcanoes, here’s our list of things to do in the Lake Village area of Yellowstone.