National Park Spotlight: 20 Beautiful Photos From Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone, Wyoming, United States

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Have you explored the first ever national park?

The national parks are America's greatest idea and Yellowstone National Park was the first ever park to be given such an honor. Does that mean Yellowstone is the greatest of America's greatest ideas? Well, maybe, but who's keeping score? All we know is Yellowstone is as beautiful as any location on the planet and belongs at the top of your adventure bucket list. Not to mention, if you go ASAP, you'll get FREE admission during National Park Week! If that hasn't convinced you, maybe these 20 photos from adventures in Yellowstone will do the trick:

Hike the Wapiti Lake Trail to Grand Canyon of Yellowstone








Photos: Jon King



Explore Midway Geyser Basin






Photos: Daniel Brittain



Hike above Grand Prismatic Spring






Photos: Chase Dekker



Capture the Sunset on the Yellowstone River






Photos: Eric Schuette



Capture Sunset on the Yellowstone River




Photos: Bryony Richards-McClung



Stand Up Paddle Excursion in Yellowstone National Park




Photos: Sean Jansen



Photograph Wildlife in Lamar Valley






Photos: Brynn Schmidt


Cover photo: Daniel Brittain

Published: April 19, 2016

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