4 days in Wyoming Itinerary

4 days in Wyoming Itinerary

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Yellowstone National Park

World's Largest Collection of Geysers

An exceptionally diverse landscape and varied wildlife have made Yellowstone National Park one of America's most popular parks.
Your list of things to see and do now includes Fairy Falls, Upper Geyser Basin, Lower Geyser Basin, and other attractions. Kick off your visit on the 30th (Wed): take in the natural beauty of Grand Prismatic Spring, witness a stunning natural landmark at Upper Geyser Basin, take in the natural beauty of Mammoth Hot Springs, explore the striking landscape at Lower Geyser Basin, then explore the wealth of natural beauty at Fairy Falls, and finally take in breathtaking views at Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Keep things going the next day: take in the natural beauty of Castle Geyser, take in the natural beauty of Old Faithful, take in the dramatic natural features at Beryl Spring, then witness a stunning natural landmark at Lone Star Geyser, and finally take in the natural beauty of Grand Geyser.

For more things to do, other places to visit, maps, and more tourist information, read Yellowstone National Park tour itinerary site.

Deadwood to Yellowstone National Park is an approximately 8.5-hour flight. You can also drive; or do a combination of taxi, bus, shuttle, and car. Traveling from Deadwood to Yellowstone National Park, you'll gain 1 hour due to the time zone difference. Traveling from Deadwood in September, expect Yellowstone National Park to be a bit cooler, temps between 60°F and 33°F. Wrap up your sightseeing by early afternoon on the 2nd (Fri) to allow enough time to travel back home.

Things to do in Yellowstone National Park

Nature · Parks · Outdoors · Trails

Wyoming travel guide

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Hot Springs · Wildlife Areas · River Rafting & Tubing
The Equality State
Still largely undiscovered by foreign tourism, Wyoming is anything but "the bunchgrass edge of the world," as a writer once called it. Though the state's geography includes mostly wide-open plains, swaths of high desert, and sweeping mountain ridges, it also contains many small towns filled with places to visit, such as historical buildings, museums, shops, and restaurants. A great place to discover the last vestiges of the Old West, Wyoming's tourist attractions include the country's first national park, Native American reservations, and a smattering of ghost towns from the early frontier days. As you travel across this "Cowboy State," remember that distances between towns can be vast, requiring more advance vacation planning than travel in more densely populated parts of the country.