Map of the Pullouts in Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park
Anyone who has visited Yellowstone National Park in Montana and Wyoming has probably learned that the Lamar Valley is referred to as the “Serengeti of Yellowstone.” This means, of course, that the Lamar Valley is packed with animals, and the open fields and hillsides make this a prime viewing area for the animals.
Animals you may see include wolves, bison, grizzly bears, and coyotes.
The Lamar Valley lies in the northeast section of Yellowstone, just west of Cooke City, Montana.
It is helpful to know the names of the pullouts along the road for animal viewing purposes.
This map is a pullout map of Lamar Valley, showing you where the named pullouts are, courtesy of John Uhler at http://www.yellowstone.co/maps/lamarvalley.htm.
I do not take ANY credit for this map, this is taken directly from the listed website. That website does not charge for the map, but they can also be purchased from Yellowstone National Park upon your arrival (I believe they are $20 each).
Although a few of the pullouts are a little different now, this map can help everyone learn the names of the different pullouts, which will help in animal viewing.
Have a great time visiting Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park, and please let me know any animals you see!!
Warmest Wishes from Big Sky Country,
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*NOTE: I found this map thanks to Deby Dixon of Deby Dixon Photography, you can follow her and her amazing Yellowstone National Park journey and animal photos on Facebook, and purchase her prints from: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/deby-dixon.html