Welcome to Greater Yellowstone
Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming
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Rudely named by French-speaking fur traders, the Teton Range rises abruptly alongside Wyoming’s western boundary. Paddlers ripple the reflections of snow-tipped mountain peaks, backpackers overnight in bear country, and photographers stalk grazing elk and pronghorn antelope. The Tetons were protected and appended to Yellowstone as a separate national park in...
Located near Tower Fall, Roosevelt Lodge is Yellowstone's tribute to the old west. The rustic log lodge houses two stone fireplaces, a family style restaurant and lobby bar and a front porch made for rocking and relaxing. Cabin style lodging and a large corral operation contribute to the...