Yellowstone National Park

Welcome to the Yellowstone National Park Website of pictures within the World from the Web Home page. The National Park is located in northwest Wyoming and borders on (extends slightly into) Montana and Idaho.

The first national park, it was established in 1872. At 2,221,766 acres of land, this park is larger then many states and is the largest National Park in the lower 48 states. This huge park has 5 regions within it appropriately named countries because of their size and diversity. The five countries of Yellowstone are: Mammoth, Roosevelt, Canyon, Geyser and Lake. Each offers diversified activities and scenes within the park. Elevations range from approximately 5,300' at the North Entrance to nearly 12,000' at Eagle's Peak on the park's East boundary (most roads lie at 7,500-8,000 feet). Yellowstone remains among the most geologically active lands on the planet, with steam-spewing geysers, gurgling fumaroles, and frequent earthquakes.

Remote in location, this park offers full facilities both within the park and by the small towns that border on it. From Bozeman, Montana take Rt 191S to Rt 287S. Follow that into the town of West Yellowstone. It is 65 miles from Bozeman to West Yellowstone.

Overall activites include camping, biking, hiking, boating, fishing, wildlife gazing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sightseeing. For more information, contact Yellowstone National Park, P.O. Box 168, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0168 or call (307)-344-7381.

The pictures below are all from Yellowstone National Park, using various film and digital cameras. They give a quick overview of the park. Additional pages show pictures from the many areas and themes that can be seen in the park.