Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park
About Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park
Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park - Address, Phone Number
Address: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Best place for spotting wolves, eagles, bears, elks, pronghorns and Bisons in their natural habitat. The Lamar Valley is a must visit while on your Yellowstone vacation. The best time to see these animals is at dawn or dusk, when they are most active. Join a guided tour to get the most out of your visit. And don’t forget to carry your camera!
Lamar Valley Information
- Keep safe distance from the animals. Don't provoke them.
- Guided tours may be charged extra.
How To reach Lamar Valley by Public Transport
- The National Park has no bus or shuttle service. Travelling on your own vehicles or rented ones like RVs, Vans, Cars, Bicycles, Motorcycles and Mopeds is recommended.
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Fantastic valley with a lot of wildlife. We were lucky to see 4 black beers by taking the Trout Lake Trail. But even without the wildlife the scenery is amazing with all it colours
This is what Yellowstone is all about! Great to view bison + wolves + pronghorns and other wildlife. Highly recommend you park and walk in for about an hour - specially near the river. Fantastic !!
Amazing. Beautiful. Be patient. Take binoculars for the wolves. . Go early in the morning. Let the bison run around your car.
Once upon a time not so long ago the entire continental United States resembled the Lamar Valley. All that is gone forever. Only a few thousand acres remain. For the sake of humanity and for our grand children and their grand children, we must do everything in our power to protect what little we have left. Right now as I write the entire concept of public lands is under assault. If we don't fight back, future generations will look upon our generation as thieves and cowards; because, once it is gone, it is gone forever. Once the Koch Brothers get ahold of it, it is theirs not ours.
Best place in Wyoming to watch wildlife. Be there before sunrise and keep good binoculars to see animal activities
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