Yellowstone is unique in the world of national parks, as it was the first to be established all the way back in 1872. Spanning the three states of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, this rich country spreads over a whopping 3,472 square miles of the American wilderness. Colorful mineral hot springs, snow-capped peaks, rushing waterfalls, and abundant wildlife make Yellowstone a playground worth exploring for more than one day. The park holds endless possibilities for hiking, camping, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing.
Plan your stay in Bozeman, Big Sky, Gardiner, or West Yellowstone for access to all of this and more.
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Post Date: 08/31/2021
Highline Adventures is pleased to announce that all four of its hotels received 2020 "Best of" awards from Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, ranking high within each of their hotel brands, including Super 8, Baymont, and Travelodge....Read Article
Post Date: 08/11/2020
Montana was made for road-tripping, with wide-open spaces and plenty of public lands to play in. The two national parks—complemented by a host of National Monuments, state parks, and other public lands in between—are the perfect bookends for this kind of drive. Here's what you have to see and do...Read Article
Post Date: 07/20/2021
Photographers from amateur to professional have long found inspiration in Montana's varied terrain and impressive natural areas. And while some views find their way into hundreds, even thousands, of photos each year, changing weather and wandering wildlife make each day unique. For those looking for areas a little off the...Read Article