But Geysers, of course, aren't Yellowstone's only draw; the wildlife continues to mesmerize visitors.
Yellowstone is what a zoo or safari park could never be - a huge free-roaming habitat for bears, coyotes, moose, elk, deer, bighorn sheep, buffalo, osprey, eagles and wolves. It is a totally natural environment with no fences or interference, only the protection of the ever watchful rangers.
Tucked just underneath mighty Yellowstone is Grand Teton which may lack the active geology of its adjacent northern counterpart but its wildlife is equally varied against the background of some of the most spectacular mountain scenery within Wyoming.
The Grand Teton is the state's second-highest peak at 4,197 metres. At sunrise and sun up, the peaks are drenched in an incredible pink light, truly unforgettable.
The charming town of Jackson, Wyoming is just eight kilometres south of Grand Teton National Park. World famous for its nearby ski resort, the town itself is a vibrant welcoming western town with a whole host of shops, bars, restaurants and wild west experiences.
Away from the parks, Wyoming offers a whole variety of scenery and activities. It includes towns with such evocative western names as Cheyenne, Laramie and Sheridan, not to mention Buffalo Bill’s Cody, the Eastern gateway to Yellowstone.