Wyoming: Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone was the first National Park in the United States of America and today remains one its most popular. It offers spectacular scenery, geothermal features (including the iconic Old Faithful) and numerous opportunities for spotting incredible wildlife; such as bears, bison and wolves. This article covers our visit to several of the main areas of Yellowstone and encounters with some amazing wildlife.

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Wyoming: Cody

A short distance from the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park is the small western town of Cody, WY. It was founded by the legendary William F Cody – better known as Buffalo Bill. Today, it has a several interesting museums and other attractions that definitely make a worthwhile place to stop and visit.

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Wyoming: Jackson & Grand Teton National Park

Jackson, Wyoming is a quaint little town set in the Rocky Mountain range with a distinct Western feel. It is the gateway to the exclusive Jackson Hole ski resorts and consequently has its fair share of pricey boutique shops and restaurants. But there are deals to be had! It is also a great base to explore National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park and as a stopping off point on your way to Yellowstone National Park

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