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There are lots of opportunities to see geysers but some are very crowded so we headed on to the mud volcano area north of Fishing Bridge Junction. We came early and loved the fact that is was not busy. Come Early and you will not...More
When we found out that Uncle Tom's trail is closed by the time we arrive there - we decided to do this - it was rather quiet trail - just fine..
If you go in the last afternoon - it is very hot as it...More
We headed south down the Grand Loop Road. On our way thru Hayden Valley, we came across a site popularly called Mud Volcano. It is an active geothermal area with a number of muddy hot springs and fumaroles. You can reach there from...More
This is one of many great little hydrothermal areas. It is easy to navigate the boardwalk trail, but part of it is steep. Several of the features were active while we were here. The parking lot is small so I recommend visiting early or late...More
There are many geysers in Yellowstone but this one is unique. It has a dragon’s mouth where you can see vapor come out a cave in large quantities. Also a mud volcano to enjoy. Easy on easy off from the Grand loop. Some people can’t...More
Be informed, this actually offered such a short but entertaining surprise but the sulphur in the air is extremely strong and pungent! So if you have low tolerance to a "toulet like smelling air", I don't recommend this..but if you can stomach it, then it...More
Check the park newspaper given as you enter, and find out when a ranger talk is given at this site. Ranger Tina took us on a 1 1/2 hour walk on the loop at this location. She taught us all about the mechanics of not...More
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We were on a bus tour. We arrived around 6:45pm & got to see Old Faithful go off at 2 different times. Had dinner and stayed the night, buffet breakfast was included in our tour -saw Old Faithful in the morning & then had a... More
We were on a bus tour. We arrived around 6:45pm & got to see Old Faithful go off at 2 different times. Had dinner and stayed the night, buffet breakfast was included in our tour -saw Old Faithful in the morning & then had a tour of the sulphuric beds with a historian. Not much else to do there. Catch the video of the 1988 fire - it was traumatic! We were there in May & had rain, snow, & sleet - it was amazing. You'll probably see more snow in march. Our tour also took us to the Upper/Lower Falls and they were pretty spectacular! Hope this helps with you planning. Debbie K