Saturday, October 2, 2010

ShareTweet Sheepeater Cliff is a landmark at Yellowstone National Park that is a little of the beaten path.  It’s not something the rangers will typically tell you about unless you ask.  Within the United States there are only a few places where you can see columnar basalt formations and Sheepeater Cliff is one of them.  […]

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ShareTweet Roaring Mountain is a mountain in Yellowstone National Park that used to roar way back in the day.  Today it doesn’t quite roar but it does hiss a bit.  Roaring Mountain was named by Walter Weed and Arnold Hague back in 1885 when it used to roar.  Even today there are still fumaroles (a […]

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ShareTweet Beauty Pool is one of a number of brilliantly colored hot springs in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It is located about a mile along the boardwalk from the Old Faithful Visitor Center right next to Chromatic Spring (sometimes called Chromatic Pool).  Like Morning Glory, Beauty Pool contains a brilliant […]

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ShareTweet The Fountain Paint Pot area in Yellowstone is one of the more awesome places to visit in Yellowstone National Park.  It can be a relatively quick stop where you will definitely see a geyser erupt as Clepsydra Geyser is always erupting (as of September 2010).  There are other geysers ad hot springs in the […]

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