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Glamp and sightsee in Yellowstone!

You'll want to be lodged at Under Canvas Glamping to maximize your fun on this journey! Visit Grand Prismatic Springs to gaze at this beautiful geothermal feature, then drive to Hayden Valley to view the Bison, and finally the Upper Falls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone for either sightseeing or hiking!

Upper Falls - Grand Canyon Of the Yellowstone River
Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
Grand Prismatic Springs
Midway Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, WY
Hayden Valley - Bison Viewing
Hayden Valley, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190
Under Canvas Glamping in Yellowstone
890 Buttermilk Creek Road, West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Emily Coleman
Jackson Hole, WY
Emily Coleman is a Jersey girl born and raised who caught the outdoor bug upon moving to Vermont to pursue a degree in Adventure Education and Environmental Studies from Green Mountain College. She spent most of her years before college deeply entrenched in the world of competitive cheerleading before discovering a passion for outdoor sports including mountain biking, white water kayaking, bikepacking, backpacking, slacklining, rock climbing, and skiing. Having been surrounded by children her entire life in her mother's daycare, she always had a strong affinity for kids. She moved to the mountains of Jackson Hole after graduating to coach for the local Kayak Club during the summers and nanny in the winters. Becoming a part of the Happy Active Family team felt like the perfect collision of her passion for building strong community bonds and encouraging an outdoor lifestyle.
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