The World’s Largest Log Cabin Is Right Here In Wyoming And You’ll Want To Visit

Wyoming has quite a few interesting landmarks – but most of them are natural. Devils Tower is easy to spot from miles away, the Tetons have inspired everything from artists to songwriters, and the Bighorn Mountains are some of the most storied in the west. However, there are a few man-made structures in Wyoming that deserve a closer look! Read about one of them below.

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Like most places in Yellowstone, the best way to find Old Faithful Inn is via the GPS coordinates. The park lists theGPS Coordinates to Old Faithful Inn as N 44 27.606 W 110 49.823. For a more general address, you can use 1 Grand Loop Rd, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, and you’ll get fairly close. The Inn is hard to miss!

While you’re in Yellowstone, don’t miss a few of the best hiking trails in the entire world.