We had such a great experience driving along Grand Loop and spotted bison and their calves crossing the road. Also, a wolf having a nice dinner, tearing apart a young deer.
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Stop a lot. Walk out in the woods a bit... find a nice spot for a picnic and enjoy being away from the cars and crowds.
In addition to many spectacular things we saw during our visits to different geyser basins, trails, waterfalls, canyons, etc. at Yellowstone National Park, views along the Grand Loop were just as precious and incomparable. Different times (June vs. August) brought different beauties. There were majestic...More
A figure "8" road inside Yellowstone- main thoroughfare within Yellowstone Natl. Park. A portion of the road was closed for maintenance, but didn't at all interfere with what we wanted to see. Plan on at least a couple days, better 3-4 in the park to...More
This was a fantastic experience. We saw at least 100 bison with a herd that walk down the road past us. We saw elk and moose from afar and dozens of mountains with beautiful landscape. Luckily we went in the off season so little to...More
I was driving west and for various reasons changed plans and drove the loop through Yellowstone and made a few stops. On my way into the park from Cody, WY within one hour I had sunshine at 60 degrees, rain, sleet, and snow. It was...More
The Grand Loop Road takes you to multiple locations throughout YNP. Much of the driving is done on twisty and turny roads, yet some, are straight ahead and flat. Just be careful on the turns and don't cut corners or speed much more than the...More
This is not a destination, it is PART of the journey. This road is the connector to pretty much everything in Yellowstone. We have been here three times, and come in from different angles and always end up on this loop for a while. The...More
The Elks live there freely and maybe because it is their home, they are not afraid of people. That gave us a great opportunity to see their activities.