Yellowstone National Park – A Film

There are few places in the world that consistently score very high on everyone’s ‘must see’ list. This kind of hype can create slippery slopes of disappointment when the site doesn’t live up to the craze. Thankfully, this is in no way applicable to the splendor of Yellowstone National Park. This extraordinary place is beyond the words and photographs you may have seen before. It has easily shot to the top of my list of truthfully shocking and impressive natural wonders.

Proclaimed the very first national park in the world, this enormous geographical phenomenon in the Northwestern area of the United States protects remarkable natural and geothermal features as well as abundant wildlife. It is a fully living ecosystem in full colour resplendence that bubbles and explodes.

It is an experience for all your senses.

Beyond the alien landscape shooting smoke stack and high pressured geysers into the sky, Yellowstone needs to be heard. The powers of the earth working here bubble gently. Others explode like a jetliner. The rumbling resonates in your chest and at your feet. The scents of the forests and the sulfuric emissions continually remind you of the versatility of this planet. Despite the temptations of thick curdling mud pots, crystal clear ponds, and rainbow colored streams, please do resist the urge to test the waters. At more than 200 degrees Fahrenheit, it could the last thing you ever feel.

~ An Extraordinary Story by Karina Noriega ~

Without further ado, our extraordinary film! 🙂

*Travel Tips

Yellowstone is covered under the Interagency National Park Pass ($80) – Absolutely worth it if you are visiting at least four different park within a year.

Do NOT try to sneak into the park or overnight without paying or permit. The rangers WILL find you and it will cost you much more…

If you need to crash for free, try couchsurfing. There are plenty of park rangers who are hosts – and you may even get to surf inside the park. Otherwise, you can car camp in nearby West Yellowstone (West park entrance).

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5 thoughts on “Yellowstone National Park – A Film

  1. This is fabulous! Makes me want to pack up and go right now! Hopefully next summer for sure. Keep up the great work and congrats on the film in NYC. If you are still there in Nov. maybe we can see each other. I am bringing the grandbaby to see the parade.

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  2. I have visited this park before, family vacation back in 94. It truly is a beautiful place! Thanks for bringing back the memory! Great video, even though it does not do the park justice on just how amazing it is! Well done!

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