The most famous geyser in the world, erupting every 90 minutes.
The largest and most colorful hot spring in Yellowstone, with a rainbow of microbial mats.
The hottest, oldest, and tallest geothermal area in the park, with diverse features and extreme conditions.
A series of travertine terraces formed by limestone deposits from hot water.
A mudpot of bubbling clay and acid, with a variety of geysers and springs nearby.
A scenic area on the shore of Yellowstone Lake, with geysers, springs, and pools submerged in the water.
A smaller but impressive basin, with the huge Excelsior Geyser and the delicate Fairy Falls.
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