By Malvika Kashyap
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Atop a volcanic hot point, approximately 3,500 square miles of wildness are home to Yellowstone National Park. Here are the top 10 things to do in Yellowstone National Park.
1. See Geysers Erupt The most well-known geyser in the world, Old Faithful, found at Yellowstone, which has the world's biggest active geyser field.
2. Watch Colorful Hot Springs There are also other vibrant hot springs and pools, like the Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, which is bigger than a football field and is seen above.
3. See Wild Animals Almost nowhere else in the United States has as many wild animals as Yellowstone National Park, yet it is not a zoo.
4. Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Take a look at the pink and yellow canyon walls that make up the slopes of three magnificent waterfalls.
5. Hiking Get off the usual route and onto the park's 1,300-mile network of trails to discover Yellowstone's untamed side.
6. Water Adventures Go paddling close to the lake's geysers or float down a neighboring river. Near all of the park's entrances, rafting tours are offered.
7. Camping Spending a night or more outside is one of the greatest ways to enjoy the Yellowstone area.
8. Experience the Cowboy Life While riding through rivers, valleys, and animals in Yellowstone, you may also stop for a barbeque in the style of the Old West.
9. Rocks, Fossils and Dinosaurs Paleontological sites are abundant in the Yellowstone region, ranging from dinosaur and fossil museums to petroglyphs and pictographs on rock walls.
10. Hayden Valley If you happen to be staying in Canyon Village, Hayden Valley is a simple drive away and makes for the ideal sunset adventure.
I hope you have learned what you require to make the most of your next visit to Yellowstone National Park. Happy Travel!
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