Yellowstone National Park Video Gallery

Yellowstone Video Gallery

Have you ever wondered exactly what Yellowstone National Park is and why it is so renowned? It is sometimes difficult to describe in words the raw power of a geyser eruption, the majesty of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, or the awe-inspiring sight of a bison herd in its natural environment. But there's good news for those who want to see these sights but haven't had a chance to make the trip yet. Browse our Video Gallery for a look at the wonders of Yellowstone! Special thanks to Finley Holiday Films for these amazing and beautiful videos.

Yellowstone National Park Highlights

There is quite literally no place on Earth like Yellowstone National Park. Spanning 2.2 million acres across three states, Yellowstone is home to 60% of the world's geysers, over 350 species of animals, canyons, lakes, rivers, mountains, and forests, and is the largest remaining, nearly intact ecosystem in the Earth's northern temperate zone. But as the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. Watch the video below for a brief glimpse at this miracle of nature!

Winter in Yellowstone

Winter in Yellowstone is a truly magical time of year. Steam from the geysers blankets everything in a sparkling coating of frost crystals, our resident wildlife makes the transition to foraging in a snow-covered landscape, and travel within the Park is restricted to snowcoach, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. If you want to see Yellowstone in its most natural state, winter is definitely the time to visit! Watch this video for some magnificent Yellowstone winter highlights.

Snowcoach Tours

Experience the magic of Yellowstone's winter season from the warmth of a toasty snowcoach! Each winter, our tour buses get outfitted with giant snow tires and become snowcoaches. Sitting several feet higher up than you would in a traditional automobile, with oversized viewing windows and a comfortable heater, this is winter sightseeing at its best.

Snowmobile Tours

If you're looking for a more hands-on way to experience Yellowstone in winter, look no further than our Snowmobile Tours! Feel the rush of wind as you speed through the snowy landscape while marveling at the natural beauty of majestic mountain peaks and icy waterfalls. See bison, elk, and other wildlife foraging for food under layers of snow. And to top it all off, you'll get to witness a sight that most visitors will never see - an eruption of Old Faithful geyser in winter!

Geysers of Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is home to over half of the world's geysers, and no trip to Yellowstone would be complete (or even possible!) without seeing these marvels of nature. Geysers come in many different shapes and sizes, sometimes exploding out of pools, other times shooting out of cones of sediment, and some even erupt at an angle! Watch the video below for some highlights on Yellowstone's most famous geysers.

Grizzly Bears

One of Yellowstone's main draws is its abundance of wildlife, and few animal sightings are more highly sought-after than grizzly bears. Nearly hunted to extinction and requiring a very large open environment, Yellowstone National Park is a perfect habitat for grizzly bears and one of the few locations in the U.S. where they can still be seen in nature. Watch this video for some fascinating facts and footage of these powerful and amazing animals.

Gray Wolf Watching

Gray wolves have an interesting history in Yellowstone. They were native to the area when Yellowstone was first established as a national park, but through a practice called "predator control" the population of gray wolves had thinned noticeably by the 1940's, and was virtually non-existent by the 1970's. In 1987, a plan was developed to re-introduce gray wolves to Yellowstone, and in the early 1990's the plan was approved, funded, and implemented. The gray wolf is still categorized as an endangered species today, but they have been successfully re-introduced to Yellowstone National Park and can now be seen in their natural habitat. Watch the video below to learn how you can see them too!