Things To Do:
- Visit Grand Canyon Village
- Explore South Rim
- Visit Mather Point
- Explore North Rim
- Witnesss Horseshoe Bend & Antelope Canyon
- Visit Bright Anger Trail
- Go For A Helicopter Tour
- Head Towards South Kaibab Trail
Best Time To Visit: March – May and September – November
- Yellowstone National Park
Yellostone National Park is all about pristine lakes and dramatic peaks. Yellowstone tops the list of best hikes in US National parks. A paradise for an enthusiastic hiker, Yellowstone National Park welcomes to witness the hot springs, flourishing forests, massive meadows, gushing geysers, and much more. The unspoiled beauty of this hiking destination in North America is situated in Wyoming (the majority of it), followed by Montana and Idaho.
Spread in over 3000 square miles, Yellowstone covers sky-touching mountains, massive canyons, soothing waterfalls, and extraordinary geysers. The place is also home to wildlife like buffalo, grizzlies, and elk. Over 4 million people visit here per year. Spare 1-2 days to have a divine experience of Yellowstone Lake and Mammoth Hot Springs. If you want to avoid the hustle and bustle, then hike towards the amazing West Thumb Geyser Basin hot springs, wild wildlife dotting the Lewis River Channel, and also the Dogshead Loop.
Things To Do:
- Witness Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
- Visit Old Faithful Geyser
- Explore Grand Prismatic Spring
- Hike to Hayden Valley
- Visit Mammoth Hot Spring
- Explore Upper Geyser Basin
- Take a Stop at Yellowstone Lake
Best Time To Visit: Late April – May and September – Early October
- Grand Teton National Park
Teton mountains are fascinating and breathtaking with jagged show-capped peaks, towering about Jackson Hole Valley. From pristine Jenny and Jackson Lakes to 13,770-foot Grand Teton, you will simply fall in love with the deep mountains. The hidden waterfalls and awe-inspiring views of the Tetons will take your heart away. Grand Teton National Park is situated in the US state of Wyoming.
Teton Canyon is a gift for mountaineers, hikers, trekkers, and nature photographers. During the peak season (summers), the kayakers and rafters love to visit the snake river. The 500 sq. mile park is a livelihood of Fauna like grizzlies, black bears, antelope, moose, and bison. During the autumn season, visitors can witness the park light up with golden aspens. Also, Grand Teton adjoins Yellowstone, so you can plan to visit both national parks together. Grand Teton National Park is, no doubt, one of the best hikes in North America.