Yellowstone National Park
With its 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone National Park stretches across three states, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. It is home to hundreds of different species of animals including, bears, wolves, bison, elk, and antelope. In fact, one of the greatest experiences of the park is seeing the wildlife up close. Yellowstone sits on top of enormous volcanic hot spot, which allows for its famous geysers and hot springs. Although this unique geological area is the major reason 3.8 million people from around the world visit the park, the park also offers amazing canyons, rivers, and forests. Some of the most famous places in Yellowstone are Old Faithful, the Yellowstone Caldera, the Grand Prismatic Spring, and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.
Lone Star Geyser – Most visitors go to Old Faithful when they want to see a geyser go off. But if you want to beat the crowds head over to Lone Star Geyser. It doesn’t erupt as often as Old Faithful (every 2.5-3 hours) but you will be able to experience an amazing sight and have a little more peace and quiet. To get to the geyser, hike along the Firehole River for 2.7 miles.
Two Ocean Plateau – In a less-frequented part of the park lays the Two Ocean Plateau, a beautiful marshland. It gets its name because it drains into both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. If you want a backpacking adventure, this is a great place to go. It has some backcountry campsites that will offer an amazing experience.
Oral Care Tip for Adventuring and Travel 6/10:
Many people fly to get to their adventure spot. Make sure to bring some Spry Gum to help not only with air pressure changes, but to clean your teeth after having your soda and snack.