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Inside Yellowstone National Park terraces sculpted by hot springs, its a large area lots of mud bathes and hot springs. Its easy to get around, but if you are walking not so much. We saw a couple of elk, but its a good drive to...More
This area is interesting, but quite an effort if you decide to walk the entire loop. There's a good view from the bottom walkway that's very easy. If you decide to walk up the hill, make sure you're up to the effort. Lots of steps...More
Stunning vistas and views of wildlife, both in small groups and large herds. Bison, Elk, Moose, Proghorn, and other wildlife are scattered in and around Mammoth. In fact Elk like to hang out near the Mammoth visitor center. Smaller woodland critters (squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, fox)...More
Easy walking paths. Really interesting spot in a small tourist area. I wish they had additional education at the spot explaining the colors and bacteria. And maybe they did but I didn’t come across it.
Perhaps out of the way for some people visiting Yellowstone however I highly recommend driving to the northern part of the park, there is a lot of natural beauty and huge herds of Bison.
The Hot Springs are quite interesting especially the small and large...More
Catch this in good light and you can take amazing photos. Boardwalk next to the springs so easy walk and takes about 30-60 min. We went before sunset and it was a great sight. Plenty of parking nearby.