Yellowstone National Park

By Julie Snyder I dashed out the main entry of the imposing Lake Yellowstone Hotel, focused on readying my iPhone camera to capture the imminent sunrise—and nearly sideswiped a bison. Not 10 feet from where I’d skidded to a stop, 2,000 pounds of furry brawn on the hoof and his

by Steve Jermanok Yellowstone National Park has already attracted over 3.8 million visitors in 2015 and that number will surely increase in 2016, when the National Park Service celebrates its centennial. Indeed, Yellowstone in summer feels more like “forever congested” than “forever wild.” Come winter, these same parks are virtually uninhabited,

By David McKay Wilson Yellowstone National Park has emerged as a world-class destination for cross-country skiers who yearn for high-altitude touring in and around the world’s first national park. On a visit in mid-February, the powder was dry and light – the kind that provides cross-country skiers with plenty of

The Deal: Teton Mountain Lodge & Spa, which is about an hour down the road from Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, is marking the new Ken Burns documentary series, "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" with a "Celebrate Our Parks Package."