In 1872, Yellowstone became a National Park, in large part because of the amazing thermal features it contains. Now you’re ready to plan your trip. There are thousands of thermal features to see – how do you know what to see other than Old Faithful? And when you’re walking the miles of boardwalks, how do you know if there’s something special to see? Geyser Watch is here to help.
Below is a slideshow to show you just the beginning of all the thermal features seen in the front country of Yellowstone. This is just a taste of the wonders of watching water go the ‘other’ way.
Yellowstone Lake, WY
Last Updated on May 29 2015, 9:56 pm MDT
Wind: North at 0mph
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