Although the park comprises of a number of geysers, but the old faithful is one of the most famous geysers not only in this park but also around the world. It is not among one of the oldest geysers around the world but its eruptions definitely leave the viewers stunned by reaching an average height of 130 feet which sometimes even shoots up to 180 feet. This amazing site can be viewed in a variety of ways as to which one suits you the most either you can gather around the geyser as most of the tourists do, nibble onto a meal while enjoying the breathtaking view from the nearby eatery or being more enthusiastic and adventurous you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of the upper basin of the geyser by taking a mile long hike out to the observation point. If you want to enjoy this amazing sight then you need to plan your trip accordingly as this facility is closed from September to November.
As if all of the above-mentioned fascinations were not enough so nature decided to bestow the park with another enchanting sight, which is the Grand Prismatic Spring. This hot spring displays rainbow colors starting from deep blue in the center to hues of yellow and red along the edges. It is the largest hot spring in the United States, located in the Midway Geyser Basin, which promises to leave you artistically inspired.
You simply cannot come to this marvelous place without capturing the view of the amazing Grand Canyon on your camera. It is one of the best hiking places around the world which would satisfy your adventurous side. In addition to these attractions, the canyon is home to some awe-inspiring cliffs that prove to be a sight worth seeing. It is located in the northeast corner of the park.
A trip to the park is incomplete without relishing the beauty of the Yellowstone Lake which is a favorite spot for adventurous boaters and anglers and even for those who would love to have an encounter with the wildlife habitat of this park including grizzly bears and bald eagles. You will undoubtedly love the sight of this largest freshwater lake in North America where you can be part of a lot of fascinating adventures as well. However, if you want to go for boating then you should know the lake starts to freeze by early December.
Most of you would definitely visit Yellowstone Park, to take a glance at the wildlife that abodes this spot and Hayden Valley is the best place to do that. It is a place that is frequently visited by elks, bison, and coyotes. The best place to take a glimpse of the sights, this spot has to offer, is the Hayden Loop and be sure to keep distance if you come across some wildlife. Similar to the Hayden Valley is the Lama Valley, where facilities like riding are also available.