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How to Get Around America's Most Epic National Park

Here's the lowdown on traveling to Yellowstone and how to get to the best spots once you're there. 

Interior of Old Faithful Inn | Glenn van der Knijff/Lonely Planet Images/Getty Images
By Kastalia Medrano

Honestly, most of the food in Yellowstone is... not so great. But there are exceptions. Say it with me: huckleberry ice cream. Click here for the full story...

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Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone | Peter Unger/Lonely Planet Images/Getty Images
By Kastalia Medrano

*Deep breath* Hiking skiing biking boating fishing floating horseback riding animal spotting snowmobiling SWIMMING -- yes, it’s true! You can swim in Yellowstone. Click here for the full story...

West Thumb, Yellowstone National Park | NS Photograph/shutterstock
By Kastalia Medrano

Whether you’re looking for a jaunty walk in the woods or that beastly uphill climb I nearly died on (not really, but it was very dramatic), these are the best park ranger-approved hikes. Click here for the full story...

LOWER YELLOWSTONE FALLS | Jeffrey Murray/Aurora/Getty Images
By Kastalia Medrano and Tanner Saunders

Yellowstone’s most iconic attractions are easy to see just by driving around. Here’s how to get your jaw dropped and mind blown with very little effort. Click here for the full story...

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Jackson, Wyoming | COURTESY OF YELLOWSTONE COLLECTIVE RETREAT
By Kastalia Medrano

Because the chance to sleep directly on top of a ginormous active volcano is too good to pass up. Click here for the full story...

Downtown Jackson, Wyoming | Cheyenne Rouse/Lonely Planet/Getty Images
By Andrew Munz

The beautiful Jackson Hole area is worth exploring in its own right, with great hikes, upscale restaurants, and plenty of places to lay your weary head. Click here for the full story...