Yellowstone National Park

Đánh giá Yellowstone National Park

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Markus W
Mieming, Áo482 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2021
Der Yellowstone National Parkt ist immer wieder ein Traum. Es gibt unzählige Punkte die es zu erkunden gibt und auch die Tierwelt bietet tolle Erlebnisse. Unser 3. Besuch war sicher nicht der letzte !
Đã viết vào 7 tháng 1, 2022
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Sousabby
Cary, Bắc Carolina111 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
I'm surprised there are only 1.5K reviews for this amazingly beautiful park. This is heaven on Earth!! There is lakes, rivers, waterfalls, mountains, snow, canyon, wildlife geysers, hot springs, and what not.. When i had planned this trip i only had hot springs, geysers in my mind. I was soo wrong.. It has soo many rivers, scenic spots, numerous waterfalls, numerous lakes, mountains, wild life and rangers who sincerely care for wildlife. Was it not so far and expensive for me, i would visit this in every season. We visited this park for 6 days , still have so many things to be seen.. I envy people who live in West! For families with young kids, a word of caution, this is not the place to visit, if you are not willing to walk . You need to walk quite a bit to see most of things, also there are pit toilets, so prepare your children ahead of time. It won't be an easy trip for families with young children.
Đã viết vào 27 tháng 12, 2021
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Tracey C
Colorado151 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
I had never been to Yellowstone, but oh my gosh....I fell in love! We have planned to get married here and we are so excited! This place is beyond breathtaking and words just cannot describe it!
Đã viết vào 15 tháng 12, 2021
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Steve H
Oklahoma3 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2021
Yellowstone & Grand Tetons 2021 August 28th - September 5th

This trip was from August 28th to September 5th 2021. I think I am not allowed to link my video on YouTube as it is being considered as promotional. However, if you can find it, it is very informational. I searched for pictures of the 2 types of rooms I stayed in on Tripadvisor but could not find any. I think the video of the two rooms that I took, as well as the attractions we visited are very informative. I receive no monetary gain from this video as it uses copyrighted material from others. It is a vacation/informational type video to help others plan their vacation.

Accommodations:
Old Faithful Inn Old House Room with Private bath (video link removed)
Signal Mountain Lodge Upper Lakeside Retreat (video link removed)

I recommend a minimum of 5 days at Yellowstone and 2 days at Grand Tetons as you will see in my video. It is quite long as this is no simple State Park. It is America's original National Park and for good reason.

We stayed in an Old House Room with private bath at Old Faithful Inn and it was perfect. I saw no need to break up my stay and book another lodge like Canyon. It was centrally located for everything in Yellowstone except Mammoth but most attractions are on the Lower Loop. It saved me time not having to drive from outside the park as well as time not have to pack, check out, relocate, check in, unpack, etc. It was iconic Yellowstone. Historical, and a round the clock view of Old Faithful Geyser and the Upper Geyser Basin. The video will give you and idea of how to break up each day and each day took us about 11 hours, plus showers, dinners, and prepping for the next days. They were very long days and the hiking wore us out as there is some elevation change. Mild, but at higher altitude than we are accustomed to. I am 61, overweight, and out of shape, but the hikes were doable (many hikes shown in video link that was removed).

There were no mice as in other reviews. I am not sure if this was due to the Inn being closed all of last year, or our room being on the top floor, or perhaps they just finally got the problem under control? No mice. As far as food being limited due to COVID, it was fine. Dinner was a buffet but good selection. Meat Loaf, Huckleberry Chicken, Smoke sausage, Corn, Mashed Potatoes with Brown Gravy (good on the meat loaf), & Apple Crisp desert (as seen in video link that was removed). Breakfast was grab and go breakfast sandwiches, muffins, etc from Old Faithful Inn, or standard grab and go from Snow Lodge like bacon or sausage with scrambled eggs, biscuits & gravy, etc. Lunch can be found like $9.50 chili dog or hamburger in Mammoth. We even got a couple of sandwiches and threw in the cooler for later. The portions were great and quality was excellent. Trust me, I have a huge appetite and everything hit the spot. No shortages as some have reported.

Rooms were clean and the bed and pillows were perfect, unless I just dropped dead each night from the hiking. I had zero complaints. It was all perfect. Verizon had excellent coverage here and I could get internet service from my phone as a hotspot. My Mother is on Hospice and connectivity was important to me in case of an emergency.

Signal Mountain Lodge Lakeside Retreat provided stunning views of the Tetons for both sunrise & Sunset. The beds & pillows here were also perfect. We ate next door at Trapper Grill located withing the Lodge. The menu was limited as well but with all the selections, I don't see how. Maybe they have relaxed and are serving full menus, but the food was extremely good and plentiful. No Verizon Cell coverage here but I could do wifi calling and internet.

This trip was perfect. I had an extra day allowed for each National Park but they were not needed as the weather was perfect. There are no do overs when you live over 1000 miles away so if you can, plan these extra days in case you get rained out, or smoked out from wildfires.

The video (link removed) shows all attractions we were able to see, things to do, places we stayed, but again, it is long. Just watch some each evening until you are done. I have tried to include interesting facts, and I will be glad to answer any questions.

Yellowstone & Grand Tetons are a must see. Even more grand than the Grand Canyon & Sedona area, my second favorite National Park.
Đã viết vào 19 tháng 11, 2021
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Anne O
Argyle, TX3.021 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
Yellowstone isn't just a national park, it's a national treasure. Plan on spending at least 3 days to explore. Besides Old Faithful, be sure to see Lower, Midway, Upper and Norris Geyser Basins. Mammoth Hot Springs has incredible formations. Madison River and Yellowstone Lake are scenic and serene. Hikes will take you to some beautiful waterfalls. You're sure to see some wildlife, too. We stayed outside the park so I can't comment on lodging. Get there as early as possible to avoid entrance lines. September was a good time to go, but it was still quite crowded.
Đã viết vào 28 tháng 10, 2021
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Allan D
Reno, NV41 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2021
The Park was closed for two days because of a snow storm.
All travel within Yellowstone was restricted.

The last day of our visit the snow stopped and we were allowed in the Park. Unfortunate for us we had no time to visit any of the attractions or sites and only drove through from the North entrance to the West entrance on our way home.

The few Park employees we did meet on our visit were rude and very disagreeable.
I have had many wonderful previous experiences in Yellowstone so I will not allow this terrible time deter me from visiting again.
Đã viết vào 20 tháng 10, 2021
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highstone351
Caledonia, MI106 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
The entire park is well kept. Old Faithful is a little old and irregular, but, aren't we all as we age!?
Make sure that you drive to every spot you are able to see. Enjoy the hot springs, the pools and geysers and the steam vents!

Get to the canyons and the rivers as well.

Mammoth, to the north, is kind of dry this year. It is still worth seeing.

Watch for stupid people that stop ON THE ROAD instead of pulling over or off. There are plenty of pull out locations to see animals.
Đã viết vào 14 tháng 10, 2021
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Deborah Augustin
Batesville, AR10 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2021
Seeing the park in pictures is beautiful, but seeing it in person is breathtaking. The wildlife, waterfalls, and giesors are beautiful.
Đã viết vào 14 tháng 10, 2021
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jv66210
Oklahoma City, OK60 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2021 • Cặp đôi
We visited in early October, and the roads were snow packed. We were disappointed that the park did not announce on their website or app that they were not allowing cars in unless they were 4 wheel drive or had snow tires. We had already driven 2 hours to get to the park and didn't learn of that day's requirements until we arrived at the gate. Luckily we had snow chains and were allowed to pull over and put them on and enter the park. Once we got in there, the snow made the trees, fields, and riverways gorgeous; however, the difference between the air temperature and the water made extra steam which made viewing the pools and some geysers nearly impossible. Also, parking lots, scenic pull outs, boardwalks, and sidewalks were extremely icy and treacherous.
Đã viết vào 13 tháng 10, 2021
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DSP_MPS_Gmail
Point Lookout, MO233 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2021
It was always busy, unless it was very early or very late...and that was OK. Some of the busiest spots were going to be a nightmare, but you went in armed with that knowledge. Talk to a Ranger when you can...let them know how long you're there, and what you want to see...but do your research too...you could drive right past something amazing. Get the audio tour as well...GyPSy Guide...it was annoying at times, but it was good information and gave you areas to skip and stuff you had to see. Also, gauge where you want to go and pick the time that's best. We saw Old Faithful in the morning like first light there was hardly a crowd. Wake up at 0400 and get into some of the areas known for wildlife and just have some coffee and watch for Wolves or grizzlies or Moose. Stay up late too, there's lots of activity at night when most people are off having dinner or even going to sleep. Always keep your eyes peeled and look out for bison roadblocks and just crowds in general. Well worth the trip though, we'll probably go back and focus on hiking in and around the Grand Canyon area as well as Yellowstone Lake which is awesome and underrated in my view.
Đã viết vào 13 tháng 10, 2021
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