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  • 21

    Cascade Lake Trail

    4.5
    2 reviews

    just great place 2 be and go :)

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  • 22

    Madison Information Station

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Just south of the Road to west this scenic station overlooks the confluence of the Gibbon and Firehole. It is supposedly the site where the idea of Yellowstone park was born (and thus the whole National Park system) Bison were everywhere. We saw lots of folks fly fishing. This is the Junior Ranger headquarters and we listened to a very ...

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  • 23

    Firehole Falls

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Firehole Falls is a waterfall on the Firehole River in southwestern Yellowstone National Park in the United States. The falls are located approximately 0.5 miles (0.80 km) upstream from the confluence of the Firehole and Gibbon Rivers at Madison Junction. Firehole Falls has a drop of approximately 40 feet (12 m). The falls are located within Firehole Canyon on Firehole ...

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  • 24

    Mammoth

    5
    1 review

    Enjoy staying on the banks of the Yellowstone River in your own immaculate home with a riverside hot tub. Explore the wonders of Yellowstone Park--an easy drive from the home.

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  • 25

    Fairy Falls

    5
    1 review

    The falls themselves are not that impressive. However the trail out is quite pleasant, meandering through a pine forest, and be sure to climb the hillside on the way in or out for the most impressive view of Prismatic Geyser.

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  • 26

    Exum Mountain Guides

    5
    1 review

    Exum is not a hiking and nature company. It is a mountain guide company, and is famous for its guided climbs up the grand, and its traverse from teewinot to owen to the grand and beyond. There is a saying that it is easier to get a rhodes scholarship than hire on at exum (as a guide), so expect the ...

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  • 27

    Lower Terraces Area

    5
    1 review

    The Mammoth area exhibits much evidence of glacial activity from the Pinedale Glaciation. The summit of Terrace Mountain is covered with glacial till, thereby dating the travertine formation there to earlier than the end of the Pinedale Glaciation. Several thermal kames, including Capitol Hill and Dude Hill, are major features of the Mammoth Village area. Ice-marginal stream beds are in ...

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  • 28

    Orange Spring Mound

    5
    1 review

    Hot water flows over the mound after bubbling through several vents along the top. You can see this when your going out the parking lot, just follow the one way road.

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  • 29

    Steamboat Geyser

    5
    1 review

    Steamboat Geyser, in Yellowstone National Park's Norris Geyser Basin, is the world's tallest currently-active geyser. During major eruptions, water may be thrown more than 300 feet (90 m) into the air. Steamboat's major eruptions last from 3 to 40 minutes, and are followed by powerful jets of steam. Steamboat does not erupt on a predictable schedule, with recorded intervals between ...

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  • 30

    Steamboat Geyser

    5
    1 review

    This is the tallest and active geyser in the world and you will find only In Yellowstone on the trail of Norris Geyser Basin.

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  • 31

    Brink of the Lower Falls

    5
    1 review

    You need to prep yourself, going down to the falls its easy but going back up is a little bit challenging. The views are breathtaking once you get to the falls. It's a 3/8 mile hike, you don't need to rush yourself going back.

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  • 32

    Lower Falls

    5
    1 review

    There's a 3 hiking spot to see the amazing falls and this is the view at the end. This is the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone created over many years by the flowing river and falls. Along the hike you'll see the upper falls and the river which becomes the lower falls.

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  • 33

    Fishing Bridge - General Store

    4
    1 review

    A pretty standard Yellowstone visitors' center and general store -- but this one has great ice cream!

  • 34

    Heart Lake

    4
    1 review

    The morning we left for Grand Teton NP we stopped here for a couple of hours. We wanted to take a walk and observe nature. The lake is south from Grant Village towards south entrance. It is a small lake if compared with the others in the park but it is really beautiful. There's a wide meadow all around the ...

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  • 35

    Lower Geyser Basin

    4
    1 review

    Further north is the Lower Geyser Basin, which has a much less concentrated set of geothermal features, including Fountain Paint Pots. Fountain Paint Pots are mud pots, that is, a hot spring that contains boiling mud instead of water. The mud is produced by a higher acidity in the water which enables the spring to dissolve surrounding minerals to create ...

  • 36

    Osprey Falls

    4
    1 review

    One of the many falls in the park. Osprey Falls, 150 feet (46 m) on the Gardner River. Very windy. Be careful when you take photos, there is no turnout.

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  • 37

    Emerald Springs

    4
    1 review

    Emerald Springs is found in the Norris Geyser Basin close to the madison Junction and the park's West Entrance. Unlike most of other geyser basins in the park the waters from Norris are acidic rather than alkaline. The difference in pH allows for a different class of bacterial thermophiles to live at Norris, creating different color patterns in and around ...

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  • 38

    Mount Washburn

    3
    1 review

    It is the highest mountain in Y NP, about 3000 meters. The way to reach the top is very easy and it takes on hour. On the top of the mo untain there's a small observatory. We could see a community of white mountain goats resting on the rocks, very close to us. The sight from the top of the ...

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  • 39

    Fishing Bridge - Visitor Center

    3
    1 review

    We entered the park from the east entrance and soon stopped at the visitor center. We colected maps and information, some advice about where to go to see wildlife and where in those days animals had been seen. I recommend to stop in anyone of the visitor centers before starting to explore the park.

  • 40

    Gibbon River

    3
    1 review

    The Gibbon River flows east of the Continental Divide in Yellowstone National Park, in northwestern Wyoming. Along with the Firehole River, it is a major tributary of the Madison River, which itself is a tributary of the Missouri River.

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