Sunday, October 3, 2010

ShareTweet The New Blue Spring in the Mammoth Hot Springs section of Yellowstone National Park probably used to be one hell of a sight to see when the hot spring water was running down it.  It was the hot spring water that formed the terraces below New Blue Spring and it is the lack of […]

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ShareTweet The Liberty cap is one of the first things you are likely to see when you visit the Mammoth Hot Springs section of Yellowstone National Park.  The Liberty Cap gets its name from its shape.  It is a 37 foot high hot spring cone that looks much like the peaked caps worn by soldiers […]

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ShareTweet White Elephant Back Terrace is located in the Mammoth Hot Springs section of Yellowstone National Park along the Upper Terrace Drive just past the spectacular Orange Spring Mound.  At one time, White Elephant Back Terrace may have been quite an amazing sight.  It looks similar in structure to the Orange Spring Mound, except potentially […]

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ShareTweet The Orange Spring Mound in the Mammoth Hot Springs section of Yellowstone is one of the most impressive sights you will see when you visit this section of Yellowstone.  The Orange Spring Mound is about 48 by 20 feet and the spring has a water temperature of about 157 degrees.  The mound is located […]

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