YellowStone & Grand Tetons NATIONAL PARKs
Welcome to the Wyoming Wonderland of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. There is nowhere else in the world quite like it. From 13,000 foot peaks to packs of howling wolves, and raging geysers the area stands as one of the last pockets of Wild America.
Yellowstone National Park is a nearly 3,500-sq.-mile wilderness recreation area atop a volcanic hot spot. Yellowstone features dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs and gushing geysers, including its most famous, Old Faithful. It's also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk and antelope.
Grand Teton National Park features probably the most famous natural skyline in the United States and the nation's most iconic mountain range. These peaks reflected in a string of glacial lakes, come the closest to most people's picture postcard image of Alpine Splendor.
Known as the "Serengeti of North America" Yellowstone's Animal Kingdom provides us with a plethora of wildlife. Your checklist should include: Grizzly and Black Bears, Gray Wolves, Moose, Elk, Pronghorn, Bison, Coyotes and much more.
Yellowstone's main attraction are its geysers and hot-springs. These elements have been calling visitors back to the park year after year to see the fire and brimstone breath belch and bubble like a giant tea kettle.
Grand Teton National Park's mountainscape has long been considered one of the most stunning on the planet. Visiting in the summer the sagebush flats are a garden of flowers set against the mountain backdrop. This incredible skyline rises above Jackson Hole where the snake river flows.