Every year, millions of visitors delight in the awe-inspiring wonders found throughout Yellowstone National Park. But most don’t consider exploring the park after the sun has set. On a clear night, visitors who venture out to the park’s many attractions will not only find solitude, but will be surrounded by a world of stars, the Milky Way, and even the magical glow of an Aurora Borealis on a rare occasion. The night sky over Yellowstone will take your breath away. See for yourself in the images below!
For stargazing tips and and organized activities in and around the park, read Stargazing in Yellowstone National Park by our friends at Yellowstone National Park Lodges.
Note: When exploring the park at night, it is even more important to be prepared and follow all of the park’s safety guidelines, including carrying bear spray.
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