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Yellowstone National Park Virtual Tour In 360°

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The Yellowstone National Park map below indicates the particular location of each of the 360° videos and a live webcam. Click on the or webcam icon icon on the map to watch or scroll down on this page to see them all listed.

360 Virtual Tour Icon Grey Wolves Try To Destroy A Camera in Yellowstone

After relocating 31 grey wolves to the park in 1995, there were approximately 100 of these amazing animals to be found in January 2020.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
5 Member Wolf Pack Appears
Wolf Close Up Reveals Amazing Eyes
Wolf Uproots Camera And Carries It Along
Wolf's Mouth Investigating The Camera
360 Virtual Tour Icon Yellowstone National Park Virtual Tour - Bison Herd

The largest bison population on public land is resident here and has been since prehistoric times. A 2021 count estimated the population at around 5450.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Bison Herd Runs Past
Bison Investigates The Camera
Another Bison Licks The Camera
Bison Digging In The Snow
360 Virtual Tour Icon Virtual 360° Tour Of Hotspots

Taking a 360° Yellowstone National Park virtual tour really is the next best thing to actually being there. View these locations to get an idea of what they're like.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Mammoth Hot Springs
Norris Geyser Basin
Grand Prismatic Spring
Grand Canyon Of Yellowstone
360 Virtual Tour Icon Old Faithful Geyser Eruption

This amazing geyser has erupted more than a million times since the park was established. And now you can experience it too in this Yellowstone National Park virtual tour 360° video.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Geyser Eruption Begins
Eruption Reaches Maximum Height
Plume Reaches Maximum Height
Webcam Icon Old Faithful Geyser And Upper Basin Live Webcam

Operated by volunteers, this live webcam provides a view of the Old Faithful Geyser and other things happening around the Upper Geyser Basin area.

You can also find a prediction of exactly when and for how long the Old Faithful geyser will erupt next.

Yellowstone Old Faithful Geyser Live Webcam
More Information About

Yellowstone National Park

Lodging - Hotels & Camping

Nine lodges in Yellowstone National Park (cabin & hotel style) totalling over 2000 rooms are available for accommodation. Only the Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel are open in the winter months.

12 campgrounds with over 2000 campsites are available for campers.


In Yellowstone National Park, the summers are short, comfortable, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are freezing, snowy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 4°F (-15°C) to 76°F (25°C) and is rarely below -15°F (-26°C) or above 84°F (28°C) (Source: Weatherspark)

Where To See Wildlife

The best place to see Grizzly bears is in Hayden and Lamar valleys on the north slopes of MT. Washburn, and from Fishing Bridge to the East Entrance.

Grey wolves are best seen in the in the Northern ranges of Yellowstone in the Lamar valley. Bison are also best found in the Hayden and Lamar valleys.

National Park Info

Grizzly Bears

There are estimated to be around 150 Grizzly bears with home ranges wholly or partially in the park, and 728 estimated to be in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem (2019).

They are currently listed as threatened but are said to be doing well in the area by scientists and managers.

How Many Rangers Work There

Many employee positions in Yellowstone are seasonal due to the fact that summer attracts the most tourists.

About 738 people work for the National Park service during summer and there are around 386 permanent, year round employees.

How Did The Park Get Its Name

It derives its name from the major river running through the area, also called Yellowstone.