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.
Beartooth Highway, a National Scenic Byways All-American Road, climbs skyward from Red Lodge to Cooke City, MT – Donnie Sexton
Spirit of the North Dog Sled Adventures, Big Sky: The Greater Yellowstone Region’s winter adventures come in many forms, even those powered by dog. – Donnie Sexton
Idaho features several blue ribbon rivers for fly fishing—like this shot on the South Fork of the Snake River. – 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

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Welcome to Greater Yellowstone

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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