If you want to avoid crowds, choose late spring or early fall as the best time to visit Wyoming. Both seasons are known for mild weather, lower prices, and fun events and activities. You might just see some baby animals in April or May, and in September or October you can spend your time climbing, cycling, or fishing. June through August boast hot weather and attract visitors to Yellowstone National Park. That's why summers in Wyoming are oh, so busy! From Old Faithful, to the Grand Prismatic Spring, to the Mud Volcano—so many amazing natural sights are awaiting you in Yellowstone. But if it’s winter activities that you crave, head to Wyoming between November and March—to gaze at wolves or migrating bison, and enjoy some snowmobiling or cross-country skiing!
Stunning beauty of this natural pool is vanishing due to pollution
As the name implies, this is the largest and possibly the most spectacular hot spring in the USA
Don't miss Old Faithful on your trip to Yellowstone!
Smaller than Arizona's Grand Canyon, though no less impressive stretching for more than 30 km
The park has almost 300 waterfalls to marvel at, but these three are the highest and most powerful
These amazing colorful hot springs are changing and growing all the time. Come and observe beautiful terraces created by these springs
The greatest attraction or the greatest risk? Maybe both!
Enjoy a scenic drive and explore some of the main highlights of the park during a one-day trip along the loop
See the action in rodeo capital of the world
These colorful boiling pots are one of the park's main attractions
Unique geothermal features attract visitors to this famous spot
The most authentic way to explore the wilderness of Yellowstone Park
Bring a camera to catch the best moments of National Park's wildlife.
Take a relaxing dip into the warm waters of the Boiling River
Large and beautiful, settled in the heart of the park, Yellowstone Lake is a great spot for marveling at the beauty of nature
One of the most famous areas in the park features lots of natural and historic sights to explore
Take a scenic ride on the highest road in Yellowstone
Smaller and less agressive than grizzlies, black bears can be observed during the daylight
The scenic rivers in the park offer great fun during a whitewater rafting adventure
Come and enjoy your favourite summer activity among Yellowstone's beautiful natural scenery
Climbing up the column cracks of the Tower is exciting and challenging at the same time
A showcase of Wyoming's agriculture and a rodeo
This scenic ride is a fascinating summer activity
Climbing in Yellowstone is diverse and full of excitement. This is a climbing hotspot with hundreds of peaks to conquer!
Spend a day angling in the clear waters of this natural reserve full of great fish
Pass along the highest route in the Northern Rockies
Wild bison roaming around the park are a popular tourist attraction. Their rutting fights are some of the most impressive as well!
Bicycling is great way to explore the park during the warm months and enjoy all the famous spots and the scenic road itself!
Test your nerves at one of the most challenging jeep paths in the U.S.
One of the most accessible mountains of the Teton Range
A scenic hike in Grand Teton National Park
A beautiful and secluded alpine lake
If you are looking for some of the rarest plants in the world, there is one in this park. Come and find out about this mysterious flower
This park is a good place to see water birds, migrating species, and birds of prey
A great short hike in the Teton Range
Herds of bison that inhabited the Great Plains of the United States and Canada range from the Great Slave Lake in the north to as far as Mexico
Watch the first moves of new residents to the park
Wildlife watching in Yellowstone is really exciting though sometimes a little scary!
Famous Yellowstone Lake starts to sing when ice reacts to changing temperatures
Located at a high elevation, Isa Lake flows to west and east and makes its path to the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. And this happens only at a certain time of the year
An exciting way to explore Yellowstone in winter
The Elk rut is one reason that draws so many visitors to the park every year during September, and early summer bring elk calves
Follow the song of a bull moose during the mating season. But watch out and don't come too close!
Check out the bighorns on the slopes of the mountains
These little diggers roam around the park but hide quickly and are rather hard to spot
Enjoy long and peaceful crisp walks and gorgeous trails with perfect winter views