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Yellowstone Old Faithful, Waterfalls and Wildlife Day Tour
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Yellowstone Old Faithful, Waterfalls and Wildlife Day Tour

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See the many landmarks of Yellowstone National Park in a single day on a full-day small-group tour. The comprehensive excursion is perfect for travelers who are short on time, but want to enjoy the park without feeling rushed. Itinerary highlights include Old Faithful, Yellowstone Lake, Fountain Paint Pots, and multiple famous geysers. Throughout the tour, your guide provides in depth commentary on the local geology, wildlife, and wildfires.
USD 269.00 per adult
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Ward D wrote a review Oct. 2020
Satellite Beach, Florida1,455 contributions222 helpful votes
This location has two pullouts just to the north side of the bridge. The walkway is to the east side. The first part is gradual and less than 1000 yards. That will take you to where you can see the top of the falls. If you take the other path you have two choices. One is gradual and the other is steep with no steps. Both will give you good views but the steep path gives the best views. Also, I was told, that you can see crawfish hidden among the rocks at the bottom of the steep climb. I did not see any but I did not look very hard since I was enjoying the great waterfall view. Enjoy
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Date of experience: October 2020
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mendozaaggies07 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Greenville, Texas95 contributions29 helpful votes
It took us four visits to Yellowstone over five years before we finally stumbled across this little gem near the southern entrance to the park. This year we specifically tried to find places away from the crowds, and this quick stop hit the mark. There are many beautiful waterfalls in the park, but this one has a short path to see the falls from the top or a walk down to see it from the bottom. The nearby bridge for the main road is also pretty. We had the area all to ourselves for about 20 minutes, and we enjoyed taking it all in without the crowds.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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jesse o wrote a review Jun. 2020
Jackson, Wyoming6,585 contributions596 helpful votes
There are so many famous attractions in the park, if you don’t have multiple days in it you pretty much have to drive past this one. But over time it’s a joy to enjoy little appreciated gems like this one.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Juniorkp wrote a review Oct. 2019
New Castle, Indiana273 contributions52 helpful votes
This was my first stop after entering Yellowstone. After a walk down a short trail to the falls, it was so amazing. A great start to the morning.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ELKW wrote a review Jan. 2019
United States4,924 contributions246 helpful votes
it's near the South entrance, there is a short easy trail leading to the falls, you can see the whole falls, it's not a big one, but still can feel it's power, if you are passing by, why not just stop by and take a look of it?
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Date of experience: July 2018
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