Getting hurt at Yellowstone National Park isn't quite as glamorous as you might think.
The Casper Star-Tribune reports that although the park is full of hazards like bears, bison, scalding water and canyons, visitors are most likely to be injured from mundane accidents like trips, slips and falls.
Bear attacks are dramatic but exceedingly rare. National Park Service statistics put the likelihood being injured by a bear during a visit to Yellowstone at 1 in 2.1 million.
Injuries and deaths caused by the geothermal features are also infrequent. In the park's history, only 20 visitors have died from being boiled by one of Yellowstone's geysers or similar features.
Park officials say falling into the park's Grand Canyon is uncommon, but does happen.
And occasionally, car crashes leave visitors with minor injuries.