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There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in Yellowstone National Park:

Yellowstone National Park was established all the way back in 1872, making it the country’s first ever. In fact, it has been recorded as the first ever national park in the world. The vast area is a hotspot for volcanic activity, with its hot springs and geysers forging the most famous features of the park. Yellowstone is part of the Rocky Mountains, with almost all of the park carpeted in pine forest. The mixed mountains are perfect for various climbs.

 

 

Good to know:

Country code

+1

Language

English

Currency

US dollar

Best time to visit

Visit between the months of April and September for ideal rock climbing conditions

What’s the weather like?

The vast national park is highly influenced by altitude, with lower levels generally warm all of the year, while higher sections receive a cooler climate. During the summer it is relatively hot during the day and cold during the evening

More info about Rock Climbing in Yellowstone National Park:

Yellowstone National Park is a premier protected area packed with natural wonders that spreads across the US states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. It was the first national park to be established all the way back in 1872. The national park encompasses approximately 3,470 square miles and holds an enormous range of geographic features. These include lakes and rivers, canyons and cliffs, and mountains peaks and active volcanoes

 

 

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