In the fall of 2017 our wanderings brought us to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Park for several weeks and we thought to share a quick impression.
To get the most out of your stay at these parks it is imperative to find a good location close to the sites you want to visit, rise and shine at the crack of dawn to get in the park early and instead of pulling over at the first sites after the entrance move on several sites further down the road as there won’t be many people there. Photo oportunities guaranteed while you drink your morning coffee.
Campsites are usually booked well in advance but we were boondocking most of the time in close proximity to the park entrances.
There is a lt of wildlife; You are sure to see some and just as likely to get in to a traffic jam when bison cross the road.
Even though we spent a decent amount of time at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks we will certainly go back at some point, as there is so much to do it seemed that (at our speed at least) three weeks just wasn’t enough to see everything let alone have time to let all the experiences sink in.
As we are currently headed from Nevada in to Utah soon enough we are getting closer to Yellowstone and Grand Teton again and we might just not be able to resist to head in that direction again.