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The weather in Yellowstone
This is the climate diagram in Yellowstone. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 31°. However, temperatures can go lower than -7° in Yellowstone in February. According to the climate diagram, May is the rainiest month of the year in Yellowstone.
Venture into the wilderness with a holiday letting in Yellowstone
Yellowstone, established in 1872 as America's first National Park, is a nature lover's paradise. Visitors come from far and wide to see its breathtaking landscapes, and with good reason. Traditional wooden-cabin style holiday lettings, with spacious interiors and modern amenities, ensure you have the perfect wilderness retreat.
Adventures for children
Children will be thrilled by the unusual natural wonders in Yellowstone. Bring them to Mammoth Hot Springs, and traverse the boardwalks to peer into the bright yellow Canary Springs. Or take them to the wildlife haven of the Lamar Valley to witness bears, bison and more animals in their natural habitat.
White water rafting along the Park's gushing rivers is sure to bring out the intrepid adventurer in them, while spending a day as a junior ranger is a truly unique experience.
Into the wild
Resting atop a supervolcano, Yellowstone features America's largest high-altitude lake, winding rivers and huge waterfalls. It's also punctuated by half of the world's geysers.
Highlights of the park include Old Faithful, the most frequently erupting geyser in the park, with eruptions occurring roughly every 90 minutes. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is another sight not to be missed - walk along its 2.5 mile North Rim Trail and marvel at the stunning surrounding landscapes.
Places to explore
Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Centre
Encounter legendary predators of the animal kingdom, including grizzly bears, birds of prey and gray wolves at this excellent educational centre. Observe the behavior of bears up close and gain a fascinating insight into pack dynamics in the Naturalist Cabin. Fun kids programs make a visit here especially rewarding.
A tributary of the Missouri, Yellowstone River winds down from the Rocky Mountains to the plains of Wyoming and Montana. At the head of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, two gigantic waterfalls power over the rocky shelves. Spectacular fly fishing on the upper reaches draws fishing enthusiasts from all over the world.
"Quake Lake" as it's commonly known, was created in 1959 after an earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale caused an 80 million ton landslide, forming a dam on the Madison River. With earth travelling down Sheep Mountain at a hundred miles an hour, it was the most powerful seismic activity to occur in Montana since ancient times.
Yellowstone Historic Centre
Since its founding, Yellowstone has been drawing great numbers of visitors. This informative museum preserves the heritage of the first travellers here through interactive displays, rare artifacts, educational speeches and walking tours.
During the same earthquake that formed Quake Lake, Hebgen's waters were forced to shift violently, forming a huge wave that surmounted Hebgen Dam. Today it is a stunning placid lake, reflecting the thick forest that hugs the lakeshore.
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