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One of the stops you can make along the canyon rim road gives you a view of the upper falls, but if you are feeling fit, you can make the walk down a trail where you wind up on top of the lower falls. The...More
Not sure which location, but I took a trail down 600 feet to the falls. From two observation points I was directly at the top of the falls looking down. So cool. The views of the canyon were amazing. The hike down was easy, but...More
Stopped on the north rim to view and although it was Sunday morning, the crowds were there. This seemed to be prevalent through out the park. despite the crowds, the views were stunning of the lower falls and close to the parking area. Exceeded expectations.
Yellowstone has a web site that includes a page about pets visiting the park. I would include a link but HTML and links are prohibited in answers. They suggest leaving your dog at home because there are a lot of restrictions... More
Yellowstone has a web site that includes a page about pets visiting the park. I would include a link but HTML and links are prohibited in answers. They suggest leaving your dog at home because there are a lot of restrictions on what you can do with and where you can take your dog. These include limited travel, never leaving your dog unattended outside, and not being allowed in any hotels within Yellowstone. Oh, and pets are not allowed on boardwalks, trails or in the backcountry.