Famous Yellowstone Quotes & Sayings In Life

These Yellowstone quotes will inspire you.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Yellowstone quotes, Yellowstone sayings, and Yellowstone proverbs.

Best Yellowstone Quotes

  1. “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir
  2. “Family trips to Yellowstone and to what are now national parks in Southern Utah, driving the primitive roads and cars of that day, were real adventures.” ~ Paul D. Boyer
  3. “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.” ~ John Muir
  4. “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” ~ John Muir

  5. “Maybe you weren’t born with a silver spoon in your mouth, but like every American, you carry a deed to 635 million acres of public lands. That’s right. Even if you don’t own a house or the latest computer on the market, you own Yosemite, Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and many other natural treasures.” ~ John Garamendi
  6. “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.” ~ John Muir
  7. “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where Nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike. This natural beauty-hunger is made manifest in the little window-sill gardens of the poor, though perhaps only a geranium slip in a broken cup, as well as in the carefully tended rose and lily gardens of the rich, the thousands of spacious city parks and botanical gardens, and in our magnificent National parks — the Yellowstone, Yosemite, Sequoia, etc. — Nature’s sublime wonderlands, the admiration and joy of the world.” ~ John Muir
  8. “Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountaineer.” ~ John Muir

  9. “I can tell that the Greater Yellowstone from the Tetons to the Lamar Valley where wolves howl and grizzlies roam, acts as my spine, my range of memory that ties me to landscape of Other. And that the ocean from the rocky coast of Maine, to the Florida everglades, to the looming cliffs at Big Sur, sustain me, remind me we are nothing without saltwater, wind, and waves.” ~ Terry Tempest Williams
  10. “For it is my opinion that we enclose and celebrate the freaks of our nation and our civilization. Yellowstone National Park is no more representative of America than is Disneyland.” ~ John Steinbeck
  11. “There can be nothing in the world more beautiful than the Yosemite, the groves of the giant sequoias and redwoods, the Canyon of the Colorado, the Canyon of the Yellowstone, the Three Tetons; and our people should see to it that they are preserved for their children and their children’s children forever, with their majestic beauty all unmarred.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt
  12. “The Yellowstone River is a beautiful river to navigate.” ~ William Henry Ashley

  13. “Walk away quietly in any direction and taste the freedom of the mountaineer. Camp out among the grasses and gentians of glacial meadows, in craggy garden nooks full of nature’s darlings.” ~ John Muir
  14. “In Yellowstone National Park there are more ‘do not feed the animals’ signs than there are animals you might wish to feed.” ~ Natalie Jeremijenko
  15. “You can hike into the Yellowstone backcountry. You can camp in the Yellowstone backcountry. You can take food into the Yellowstone backcountry, and you’re surrounded by grizzly bears. And it’s – it’s a very, very thrilling, peculiar situation. Every sound that you hear in the night, you wonder is this a grizzly bear coming to tear into my tent?” ~ David Quammen
  16. “Everybody needs beauty as well as bread.” ~ John Muir

  17. “Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.” ~ John Muir
  18. “As to scenery (giving my own thought and feeling), while I know the standard claim is that Yosemite, Niagara Falls, the Upper Yellowstone and the like afford the greatest natural shows, I am not so sure but the prairies and plains, while less stunning at first sight, last longer, fill the esthetic sense fuller, precede all the rest, and make North America’s characteristic landscape.” ~ Walt Whitman
  19. “The elk are the most abundant large herbivores in the Yellowstone ecosystem. There are thousands and thousands of them. They migrate in and out. And those migration routes need to stay open.” ~ David Quammen
  20. “Chicago is a sort of journalistic Yellowstone Park, offering haven to a last herd of fantastic bravos.” ~ Ben Hecht

  21. “There was a very important superintendent of Yellowstone, a man who was involved in the founding of the National Park Service itself, Horace Albright. And he became superintendent, which is the boss of Yellowstone Park, in 1919 – from 1919 to 1929. Later, he was director of the park service itself. Albright embraced the idea that in order for the national parks – and Yellowstone in particular – to have support from the American people and from politicians, there needed to be wildlife as spectacle.” ~ David Quammen
  22. “This is an especially good time for you vacationers who plan to fly, because the Reagan administration, as part of the same policy under which it recently sold Yellowstone National Park to Wayne Newton, has “deregulated” the airline industry. What this means for you, the consumer, is that the airlines are no longer required to follow any rules whatsoever. They can show snuff movies. They can charge for oxygen. They can hire pilots right out of Vending Machine Refill Person School.” ~ Dave Barry
  23. “Well, I think breathing life into the Endangered Species Act, taking those wolves back into Yellowstone, restoring the salmon in the rivers of the Pacific Northwest.” ~ Bruce Babbitt
  24. “While cares will drop off like autumn leaves.” ~ John Muir

  25. “But private lands development around the periphery of the parks – Grand Teton and Yellowstone – is a crucial issue because if those private lands are transformed from open pastures, meadow, forest land to suburbs, to little ranchettes, to shopping malls, to roads, to Starbucks – if those places are all settled for the benefit of humans, then the elk are not going to be able to migrate in and out of Yellowstone Park anymore. And if the elk can’t migrate into the park, then that creates problems for the wolves, for the grizzlies, for a lot of other creatures.” ~ David Quammen
  26. “He’s (Willie Stargell) such a big strong guy he should love that porch. He’s got power enough to hit home runs in any park, including Yellowstone.” ~ Sparky Anderson
  27. “And so in 1975, the grizzly bear was put on, as I said – on the endangered species list as threatened. And new measures were taken, for instance, bear-proofing garbage, creating new regulations to – essentially to try and keep people and people’s food away from the bears, let the bears adjust to eating the abundant wild food that’s available in Yellowstone and allow them to be more wild, to be independent of humans as sources of foods for the good of both sides. And that has been quite successful.” ~ David Quammen
  28. “You know why there are so many whitefish in the Yellowstone River? Because the Fish and Game people have never done anything to help them.” ~ Russell Chatham

  29. “The decay of the late, great country of South Africa is beginning to become apparent. The name of the Transvaal has been officially changed to ‘Gauteng.’ (One of our friends has suggested that in view of this its inhabitants in the future should be referred to as Oranggautengs.) … And now there is a move afoot to wreck the Kruger National Park, one of the wonders of the world, on the notion that a good bit of its land was ‘taken from the blacks.’ This idea is somewhat akin to giving Yellowstone Park back to the Blackfeet.” ~ Jeff Cooper
  30. “Dan Brister’s book bears witness to the last fifteen years of this bureaucratic madness to tame the last vestige of wild America and domesticate the earth. Leading the resistance is the Buffalo Field Campaign, a brave, dedicated group of activists. This hardy tribe lives out in the cold winters of Yellowstone, risking their freedom and lives to stand by their brown brethren in the hair coats.” ~ Doug Peacock
  31. “I just went along for the ride. It was a God-given gift. It is. So you can’t say well, you wasted your life because you spent all of it acting, but I think gosh, I’ve never been to China, I’ve never been to Japan. I’ve never been to Yellowstone Park.” ~ Angela Lansbury

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