Yellowstone became the world’s first National Park in 1872
It’s America’s oldest National Park and largest National Park in the lower 48 states
It’s home to half the world’s geysers
It’s designated World Heritage Site and designated Biosphere Reserve Site
The Park occupies 2.2 million acres and measures 63 miles x 54 miles
It's larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined
It’s home to 300+ species of bird, 50 species of mammals and over 170 species of exotic plants
It features the world’s largest calderas and petrified forests and 1,000 + archaeological sites
It has 6 National Historic Landmarks and is affiliated to 21 Indian Tribes
You'll find more than 1,500 miles of backcountry hiking trails and 290 waterfalls
Yellowstone’s highest peak is Eagle Peak at over 11,000 feet
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park area is roughly half the size of New Zealand!
Quite staggering, isn’t it?
Where do you start in planning your holiday around this incredible park? Well, that’s what we’re here for! Call our friendly experts to discuss the best places to stay (there’s some choice here), best time of year to visit (it’s not easily accessible year round) and how long you should spend to experience all this region has to offer.