Hot Springs

ShareTweet Crested Pool is a beautiful HOT turquoise colored pool in the Old Faithful area of Yellowstone National Park.  The pool is about 42 feet deep and extremely hot, boiling constantly.  At times the the boiling water is so intense and so hot it may bubble up or swell to heights of 8-10 feet.   This […]

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ShareTweet The Yellowstone Doublet Pool is located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin.  It is about 5 feet deep and the temperature hovers around 195 degrees.  Over the years, Doublet Pool has erupted as  geyser only a few times.  Sometimes activity deep below the surface will cause small waves on the surface of the pool […]

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ShareTweet Sulphide Spring in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park is a small spring right near the boardwalk close to the Old Faithful Visitor Center.  It is aptly named Sulphide Spring because of the strong sulfur odor it emits.  It smells a bit like the Mud Volcano area which smells like rotten […]

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ShareTweet Shield Spring is located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin just across from Castle Geyser. It is a VERY hot spring and as a result has very little color (as the temperature of the spring goes up, the color of the spring becomes more bland). The shield shaped outline of it is the reason […]

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ShareTweet Chinese Spring is a small hot spring in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  Chinese Spring boils and bubbles constantly and sometimes steam wafts up from the hot waters in it.  Chinese Spring got its name when an Asian gentleman (who was actually Japanese) used the hot spring water to do […]

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ShareTweet Blue Star Spring is located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park and is in fact a beautiful blue star shape.  The surface crust around Blue Start Spring is a chalky white color in sharp contrast to the turquoise blue water that sometimes steams up from the hot spring.  There are […]

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ShareTweet Ear Spring is located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park.  It is named Ear Spring because it looks like an ear, a lot like an ear.  It is a very hot spring as evidenced by the clear blue water in the spring that makes is possible to see down into […]

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ShareTweet The Goggles Spring In The Old Faithful Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park is located near the North Goggles Geyser, Sawmill Geyser and not to far away from the largest predictable geyser in the world, grand Geyser.  Goggles Spring is relatively calm and may emit a lot of steam and bubble up  from time […]

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ShareTweet Belgian Pool in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin is one of a number of beautiful hot spring pools in this area of Yellowstone National Park.  Belgian Pool is named as such because a visitor from Belgium fell in the pool prior to the installation of boardwalks by the geysers and hot springs and died.   […]

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ShareTweet Wave Spring is one of many hot spring in Yellowstone National Park located in the Old Faithful Geyser Basin.  While not as impressive at Morning Glory Pool a bit farther down the boardwalk, Wave Spring tends to be a little bit darker and contain more orange and brown colors with some green and blue […]

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