Tuesday, October 26, 2010

ShareTweet Along with Emerald Spring in the Black Sand Basin of Yellowstone National Park Sunset Lake is one of the top-10 most beautiful hot spring pools in all of Yellowstone.  Just because Black Sand Basin is relatively small doesn’t mean you should skip in on your trip to Yellowstone!  Sometimes you will see activity within […]

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ShareTweet Emerald Pool is one of the top-10 most beautiful pools and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park.  It is located in the Black Sand Basin along with Sunset Lake, Cliff Geyser and a number of other impressive thermal features in this area of the park.  Emerald Pool is about 156 degrees, measures 28 by […]

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ShareTweet Green Spring is one of a number of hot spring pools in the Black Sand Basin of Yellowstone National Park.  As the name would indicate the spring is a beautiful greenish blue color and is HUGE.  The surface of the spring shows some signs of activity via ripples and bubbles in the water.  On […]

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ShareTweet Black Pearl Geyser is located in the Biscuit Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It is a mostly dormant geyser that rarely if ever erupts.  The name Black Pearl Geyser comes from the black round knobs that line the inside of the the vent of the geyser.  Moss grows around the rim of this […]

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ShareTweet Mustard Spring  is really two underground geysers in the Biscuit Basin area of Yellowstone National Park.  When you see it, it looks like a big crater in the ground with a small water terrace around the edges of the crater.  A closeup view of Mustard Spring reveals a lot of yellow around the opening […]

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