Yellowstone is still America’s Premiere National Park. Known for its steaming geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, and other geothermal curiosities, the covers an immense, fairly gentle terrain of vast forests, broad meadows and spacious valleys teeming with bison, elk, moose, deer, bears and wolves. A vast network of beautiful rivers and creeks stream out in all directions, thundering over waterfalls, carving deep canyon and intimate gorges, filling large lakes and covering grassy flats.
Referenced as the doorstep to wildlife in Yellowstone, Cooke City places you at the Northeast Entrance of the park in just minutes. Less than 10% of the parks annual traffic uses The Northeast Entrance, which allows for easy access to some of the park’s most majestic sights. Lamar Valley, Tower Falls and Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone are all easily accessed from the Northeast Entrance. The Northeast Entrance along with the North entrance are the only gates that provide year round access to the park. This has made the less traveled Northeast gate a popular winter destination for snowmobiles and cross country skiing into the park.
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