Yellowstone National Park is one of the few places on the planet that geysers are easily accessible. With
about 2 million acres of forests, lakes, waterfalls, multicolored canyons, and geothermal systems, it is
truly a paradise for hiking, camping, fishing, and of course taking photographs. Birds and other animals
can be seen all around the park including eagles, elk, bears and large herds of bison. It is very intimidating
to see a few dozen bison several feet away suddenly start moving towards you. At Yellowstone you will have the
opportunity to experiment with both wide angle and telephoto lenses.
How to get there:
Yellowstone National Park is very accessible by plane and car.
Drive from the Jackson, Wyoming airport (50 miles):
An easy way to reach the park is to fly to Jackson, Wyoming and rent a car. Drive on US Route 89N to the south entrance.
Drive from Salt Lake City, Utah (462 miles):
Take I-15 S, then I-80 E toward Cheyenne (crossing into Wyoming). Drive on US-191N/Elk Street. Take US-191 N, then
State Highway 28/WY-28 which becomes US-287 N/WY-789. Turn left onto Broadway Street which becomes WY-120. Turn
left onto Greybull Hwy, then right onto Allen Avenue. Turn right onto Monument Avenue to Yellowstone Park.
Drive from Billings, Montana (106 miles):
Drive on I-90 W/US-212 W. Take US 212/US-310 exit 434. Follow US-310 W/US-212 W to US-310 S. Turn onto Highway 72/MT-72
(crossing into Wyoming). MT-72 becomes Belfry Hwy/WY-120. Turn right onto 16 Street, then right on Sheridan Avenue/US-20.
Turn right onto Allen Avenue, then right onto Monument Street to Yellowstone Park.
Drive from Denver, Colorado (494 miles):
Take I-25 N toward Ft. Collins (crossing into Wyoming). Drive on US-20 W/US-26 W. Turn left onto Events Drive/US-20 W/US-26 W.
Take the ramp toward Shoshoni Airport. Continue to follow US-20 W/US-26 W. Turn left onto S. 6th Street/Wind River Canyon
Scenic Byway. Then turn left onto Broadway Street which becomes WY-120. Turn left onto Greybull Hwy/US-20. Follow US-20.
Turn right onto Allen Avenue, then left onto Monument Street to Yellowstone Park.
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