Yellowstone is a combination of natural beauty, rugged wilderness, majestic peaks, and abundant wildlife. Geysers, mud pots, fumaroles, and hot springs make this magma-filled pressure cooker of a park unlike any place else on Earth.
Yellowstone National Park spans an area of over 3,450 square miles. It is so large that is covers three states, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. The majority of the national park is located in Wyoming.
7 days is plenty of time to check out Yellowstone and the Tetons. If you are hikers, you can do the whirlwind driving tour of Yellowstone in 2 or 3 days and then hike the backcountry in the Tetons for the scenery and solitude.
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How to get to Yellowstone
North Entrance - The North Entrance is the only park entrance open to wheeled vehicles all year.
Closest airline service is Bozeman, MT.
West Entrance - Open to wheeled vehicles from the third Friday in April through the first Sunday in November.
Closest airline service is West Yellowstone, MT, Bozeman, MT, Idaho Falls, ID, and Salt Lake City, UT.
South Entrance - Open to wheeled vehicles from the second Friday of May through the first Sunday in November.
Closest airline service is Jackson, WY.
East Entrance - Open to wheeled vehicles from the first Friday of May through the first Sunday in November.
Closest airline service is Cody, WY.
Bus service from Bozeman, MT to West Yellowstone, MT via Highway 191 is available all year.
Bus service directly from Idaho to West Yellowstone is limited to the summer months.
Train service is not available to Yellowstone National Park.
The nearest train depots are in southeast Idaho, Salt Lake City, Utah and northern Montana.
Car is the most common method of travel in and around the parks, and the most convenient.