Yellowstone National Park - Mountains, Waterfalls, Rivers, Canyons


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Published: June 25th 2017
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Yellowstone has 400 miles of roads and over 1,000 miles of hiking trails.

The stunning Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is 23 miles long and you are able to view if from the north and south rims. The canyon is 1,000 feet deep and 4,000 feet wide. The upper and lower waterfalls are spectacular to see. The upper waterfall drops 109feet the lower waterfall drops 308 feet.

Another canyon in the northern part of the park is also impressive. It has the Tower Waterfall. (drop 132 feet).



The park is surrounded by snow-capped mountains. In the evening sit on the shores of the Yellowstone Lake and view the distant snow capped Absaroka Mountains.


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