Geological Sites in Yellowstone National Park

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Geological Sites in Yellowstone National Park

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Name Category Location
 
Back Basin
The trail through Back Basin is a 1½-mi loop...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Biscuit Basin
North of Old Faithful, this basin is also the...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Black Sand Basin
There are a dozen hot springs and geysers near...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Lower Geyser Basin
Shooting more than 150 feet in the air, the Great...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces
Multicolor travertine terraces formed by slowly...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Midway Geyser Basin
Called "Hell's Half Acre" by writer Rudyard...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Natural Bridge
You can take an easy 1-mi hike or bicycle ride...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Norris Geyser Basin
From the Norris Ranger Station, choose Porcelain...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Old Faithful
Almost every visitor's itinerary includes the...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Petrified Tree
If you enjoy seeing bears in zoo pens, you'll get...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Porcelain Basin
In the eastern portion of the Norris Geyser Basin...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Specimen Ridge
Due to the rarity of resources and the...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Sulphur Caldron
You can smell the sulfur before you even leave...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
Upper Geyser Basin
With Old Faithful as its central attraction, this...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park
 
West Thumb Geyser Basin
The primary Yellowstone caldera was created by...
Geological Sites Yellowstone National Park

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