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Grand Prismatic Spring -Yellowstone National Park. One of the coolest places I've ever been.

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The Grand Prismatic Spring is one of Yellowstone's most famous hot spots. At the center of the spring, the water is 188 degrees Fahrenheit.

Sapphire Pool - Yellowstone

This is a view of the Sapphire Pool in the Midway Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park. Taken on a recent trip to Wyoming USA.

19 of the America's most surrral travel destinations #TravelDestinationsUsaSpring

19 of America's most surreal travel destinations

19 of the America's most surrral travel destinations #TravelDestinationsUsaSpring

Canary Mammoth Falls in Yellowstone National Park (visited and these are beautiful) They look like water falls but are staircase-like terraces, structures made of deposited travertine, stained a variety of bright colors by bacteria and algae that live in the warm, acidic waters of the hot springs.

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park Can you believe this one's been in the vault since the end of July and I'm just now getting to it?

10 Dramatic Sights You Have To See In Yellowstone National Park, USA - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

10 Dramatic Places You Have To Visit In Yellowstone National Park, USA

What to do with only two days in Yellowstone National Park. Hiking, camping, geysers, hot springs, wildlife, and waterfalls are a few things to see at the park.

Yellowstone - when you only have 48 hours

See this video for an example of what might be seen in Yellowstone National Park tours. Read more about Yellowstone park here.

Check out Four Western National Parks for a Fall Road Trip on LiveLifeLocal. http://www.livelifelocal.com/articles/13407

"Half of the fun of travel is the esthetic of lostness," Ray Bradbury. Get lost in our National Park Adventures articles.

Yellowstone, National Park, Wyoming - Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - my most favorite place on earth.

Yellowstone, National Park, Wyoming - Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone - awesome place to see

California  Visitors in 2009 (through August): 719,061  Established in 1890, Sequoia is the nation's second-oldest national park after Yellowstone. The 406,425-acre park is home to some of the world's largest trees, including the famous Gen. Sherman tree. Avoid the crowds by visiting in the spring and fall. Park traffic peaks in July and August.  More info:  http://www.nps.gov/seki/index.htm  Related:  Giant Sequoia National Monument's High...

20. Sequoia National Park

Established in Sequoia is the nation's second-oldest national park after Yellowstone. The park is home to some of the world's largest trees, including the famous Gen.

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