Millions of acres of rugged mountains, picturesque river valleys and high desert plains.
A landscape full of adventure and activity.
Headwaters of three major river systems—the Yellowstone, the Snake, and the Green.
A mosaic of cultures and vibrant communities.
Powerful and distinctive natural landscapes.
A core of public wildlands surrounding Yellowstone, the world's first national park.
Home to virtually all of the wildlife species encountered by Lewis and Clark's expedition.
Beartooth Highway: The Beartooth Highway, a National Scenic Byways All-American Road, climbs … Donnie Sexton
Spirit of the North Dog Sled Adventures, Big Sky: The Greater Yellowstone Region’s winter … Donnie Sexton
FlyfishingSFSnake: Idaho features several blue ribbon rivers for fly fishing—like this shot … Idaho Tourism
Fort Hall Pow Wow Timothy O'Donoghue
Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Wyoming Office of Tourism
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Wyoming Office of Tourism
Madison River near West Yellowstone: The Madison River near Yellowstone Park’s western … Donnie Sexton

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Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." — C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming

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