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Yellowstone National Park intro. Yellowstone National Park was the world's first national park and covers an area of 8,983 square kilometres and crosses three states in the USA: Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. The park is famous for its geo-thermal features, including the Old Faithful cone geyser. The park has spectacular scenery and is rich in wildlife, including grizzly bears, grey wolves, moose, bison and much more. Hayden Valley and Lamar Valley have herds of bison and elk, and there also bears and wolves. There are plenty of Yellowstone National Park hotels and lodges that make for great bases. From the hot springs of Mammoth and the naturally-heated waters of the Boiling River, to peaks like that of Bunsen and waterfalls such as Gibbon, there are an outstanding number of natural wonders for visitors to the park to discover. Hiking is perhaps the best way to get up close to these sights, but a car is needed to get between most attractions.