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"The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone"
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Artist Point
"The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone"
Yellowstone National Park

Do not miss Artist Point and the "Grand Canyon of Yellowstone". This is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Somehow, when my family visited Yellowstone when I was a kid, we missed this. The canyon walls are yellow with sulfer and the appearance is stunning! You can spend an hour or two viewing the falls from Artist Point and taking Uncle Tom's trail down into the valley for a closer look. Uncle Toms trail is a steep walk with steps. The walk to Artist Point from the parking lot is a piece of cake. If you have more time, you can walk along the rim. We spent about 2 hours here on the way back to camp after visiting Old Faithful in the morning and climbing Mt. Wasburn in the afternoon.

View of the falls from Artist Point.
View of the falls from Artist Point.

Looking downstreem from Uncle Tom
Looking downstreem from Uncle Tom's trail.

View of the falls from the bottom of Uncle Tom
View of the falls from the bottom of Uncle Tom's trail.