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With its dramatic mountain scenery, tumbling waterfalls, and forceful geysers, a trip to Yellowstone National Park is an awe inspiring experience. During the summer months you'll enjoy arid patches alongside lush alpine forests, and can recreate the paths that pioneers took when they discovered this area of the USA. In the winter, many areas of the park become popular ski resorts, with an impressively thick covering of snow and breathtaking views across the Rockies.

Things to see

Big Sky is close to the west entrance of the park and attracts campers during the warmer months, with miles of lush vegetation covering the mountain landscape. Take a hike and you'll spot geysers bubbling and bursting from the ground, including Old Faithful, the largest in the park. Staying near Big Sky also allows you to enjoy horseback riding, fishing, and boating, as well as winter sports when the temperature drops. Yellowstone is steeped in history, and to find out more it's worth venturing to the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center. Here you'll find displays and educational programs, a gift store, and plenty of information to help you make the most of your visit. If you don't have time to see everything you want, then a trip to the Yellowstone IMAX Theatre near the west entrance can help you to enjoy the full experience. From floating down rivers to getting close to the rarest wildlife, the theater allows you to see the most remote areas of the park from the comfort of your seat.

Hotels in Yellowstone National Park

Close to the park's 4 main entrances you'll find a wide range of accommodation options. From motels and inns to luxury hotels, this area has plenty of places to rest your head after a long day of exploration. Travelers on a budget will be impressed by the comfortable 2 and 3 star accommodation which still manages to pack in plenty of features such as indoor and outdoor pools, restaurants, bars, fitness centers, business facilities, and airport shuttle services. Rooms are cozy and inviting, and you can enjoy plenty of thoughtful amenities which can include refrigerators, microwaves, flat screen televisions, coffee makers, hairdryers, and en-suite bathrooms with tubs.

Where to stay

Jackson is the gateway to the south of the park, and also attracts keen skiers with many resorts just a short drive away. This pleasant small town is nestled in the mountains and has plenty of pioneer style historic buildings, giving it plenty of charm. With a main street area full of galleries and cute gift shops it's the perfect place for a family vacation. Cody to the east of the national park has a rich cowboy and western history, and visitors can often catch a rodeo or enjoy horseback riding through the semi-arid areas to get into the spirit of the town.

How to get to Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Regional Airport is located just outside of Cody; just over 50 miles from the east entrance of the park. The airport has direct flights across the USA, and from the terminal you can pick up rental cars or book an airport shuttle to get to your hotel. Yellowstone Airport at West Yellowstone is on the Montana and Wyoming border making it the ideal airport if you're coming in through the western entrance, and from here you can pick up rental cars, taxis, and shuttle buses from the small terminal. If you're traveling from nearby states then there are many coach tours available, and during the winter months the snowcoach will get your group through the densest of blizzards.

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