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Photo Essay: The Beauty of Yellowstone National Park


Join me on a photo tour of America’s ultimate park — Yellowstone!

In This Photo Essay You Will Discover:

  • The volcanic features of Yellowstone
  • Interesting Wildlife
  • Steaming Geysers
  • And More!

Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park is a mosaic of ever-changing landscapes — from thick forest, to windswept alpine plains, to desert-like sagebrush, to boiling geysers, to thermal hot springs, to roaring rivers and to colourful canyons. As fascinating as it is expansive, one visit is not enough. See for yourself with these 12 photos of Yellowstone National Park:


The Roosevelt Arch — the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park, leading in from Gardiner, MT.


Mammoth Campsite — the best spot to camp if you fancy a morning dip in the Boiling River.


Mammoth Hot Springs has many interesting features, like Palette Spring.


Minerva Terrace — an interesting feature within Mammoth Hot Springs.


Yellowstone’s famous Fountain Paint Pots — bubbling pits of colourful mud.


Bison by the hundreds roam the plains of the park’s northeastern regions — classic Wyoming scene.


Spasm Geyser — named because of its random, violent and spastic bubbling.


The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone — so THIS is why they call it “Yellowstone.”


All around the park, you’ll see roaring, boiling pits of superheated water.


The famous Old Faithful geyser — expect huge crowds, but it’s worth it!


The Boiling River flows from deep underground and mixes with the icy Gardiner River to create a perfect natural hot tub.


And that’s where I soaked for hours at a time… my favourite part of the park.

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About the author: David Webb is a Vancouver, BC-based travel writer, photographer and magazine editor.

5 comments… add one
  • David Webb Oct 25, 2012 Link

    It’s a definite must-see – if only for the hot springs. Go early, it can get crowded!

  • Pretraveller Oct 25, 2012 Link

    Thanks for some great photos of Yellowstone NP. We are planning to visit there for a family holiday and I will definitely be putting the Mammoth Campsite on our list of places to stay… Soaking in the natural hot river looks fabulous!

  • David Webb Sep 28, 2012 Link

    Hi, thanks for the comment. I actually have a different angle of that same geyser showing its interpretive sign and reads: “Spasm Geyser.” Maybe the two just look a lot alike?

  • Matt Sep 28, 2012 Link

    Excellent photos, sir. But just a quick note that the geyser you have listed as Spasm is actually Clepsydra Geyser.

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