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Yellowstone Nationalpark






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Yellowstone Nationalpark

Yellowstone Nationalpark

Yellowstone is the first and oldest national park in the world
and covers 3,470 square miles (8,980 km²), mostly in the
northwest corner of Wyoming. The park is famous for its
various geysers, hot springs, and other geothermal features
and is home to grizzly bears and wolves, and free-ranging
herds of bison and elk.
Yellowstone Caldera is the largest volcanic system in
North America. It has been termed a "supervolcano"
because the caldera was formed by exceptionally large
explosive eruptions.

We stayed 2 days in the park, which was the most
impressing trip of our whole life.
 
before park entry                                   Yellowstone River

Lavamountains                                      steaming paint pots

Boiling hot water springs surfacing from large and small holes

Sulfur gas and other poison gases everywhere

Wild buffalos, which blocked our way to the restroom and parking lot

Elk and buffalos blocking the road for some time

Waterfalls and forest fires


Famous 'Old Faithful' Geyser, which erupts regularly

Fumaroles in Norris Geyser Basin


Boiling water is mixing with ice-gold water

 Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces


Mudpots



Boiling hot springs in Upper Geysir Basin
 
 
"Artists Paintpots", created by different chemics and gases



Steamboat Geysir, worldwide highest geyser; unpredictable
eruptions between 5 days and 50 years.


Chilly morning walk 

We did a long walk through steaming Porcelain Basin Trail
 

Sometimes one can't see the paths

Boiling waters emitting gaseous sulfur

Hot springs inside the river

Stinking sulfur gases                            It snowed a bit over night

Buffolos blocking our way in Hayden Valley

Sulfur Caldron 

Wolf crossing our street in short distance

Roaring Devil's Mouth, Yellowstone Lake, Artist Point (Y.-Canyon)





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