Roosevelt Arch. Yellowstone Lake. Bison. Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Upper Geyser Basin. Old Faithful Inn. These are just some of the 16 icons included in this year’s Yellowstone March Madness, a bracket-style competition to honor the best of Yellowstone.
The contest is modeled on college basketball’s March Madness, but rather than head-to-head competition for athletic glory, our bracket pits 16 Yellowstone favorites against each other in four-rounds. The winner of each matchup will be decided by popular vote.
Last week you narrowed it down to the top 8. Voting for Round 2 is open now -vote today!
As a national historic landmark, Old Faithful Inn is the most requested lodging facility in the park. Built in 1903-1904 with local logs and stone, the Inn is considered the largest log structure in the world.Learn More
Upon arrival, the hotel’s massive white columns welcome you to a time of classic, yet casual elegance. With the delicate sound of a string quartet, you’ll be captivated by views of Yellowstone Lake from the Sun Room.Learn More
Lace up your hiking boots and sling on your daypack for four days of hiking, wildlife viewing, and discovery in the world’s first national park.
Take the famous and historic Grand Tour of Yellowstone in a similar style as visitors of a bygone era. You’ll travel with in one of the park’s classic yellow buses, which feature large windows and a retractable canvas top perfect for wildlife viewing.
Come along with us on our most comprehensive one-day tour.
Come aboard the Lake Queen for a one-hour guided tour of Yellowstone Lake.Learn More
The valley between Old Faithful and Madison, called the Fire Hole since the days of the beaver trappers, is the heart of the greatest geyser region on Planet Earth.
Dawn is really the best time to search out the wild things, so we’ll leave Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel or Roosevelt Lodge bright and early and head for Lamar Valley.Learn More