Geyser Hill, located in the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, features several active geysers and colorful thermal pools.
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Mammoth Hot Springs is one of the most active areas of Yellowstone National Park with daily-changing features. You won't see giant geyser eruptions, but Mammoth Hot Springs is ...
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On the main Yellowstone National Park road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Tower-Roosevelt take a detour down an unpaved road called Blacktail Plateau Drive.
Palette Spring is created by flowing water and heat-loving bacteria which grow on the surface of the hill.
Minerva Terrace is one of the best features of Mammoth Hot Springs. Minerva Terrace was named for the Roman goddess of artists. The terrace has gone through periods of inactivity during the last 100 years.
Biscuit Basin features attractions such as Mustard Spring and Jewel Geyser which erupts every 7-10 minutes.
Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park is home to the majority of the world's active geysers.
Fires are an essential player in the development of Yellowstone’s ecosystems. While some are caused by men, most fires occur naturally when lightning strikes.
Thumb Paint Pots are located in the Central Basin of the West Thumb Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park.
Fishing Cone is a hot spring that got its name because men would fish in Yellowstone Lake and then boil their fish in the hot spring on the lakeshore.
Old Faithful Inn is as much of an attraction in Yellowstone National Park as some of the most beautiful geysers and pools.
When the Castle Geyser is erupting, it is one of the more distinguishing features of the Upper Geyser Basin landscape in Yellowstone National Park.
Chromatic and Beauty Pools are closely related to each other. As the water level in one pool rises, is descends in the other.