There's a wealth of wonders in Yellowstone National Park, and sometimes there's an abundance of beauty missed by folks moving on to the next big attraction. In this video, we review some of the hidden gems of Yellowstone that are just off the beaten path. From http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com.
It's easy to forget the rough nature of Yellowstone National Park when you're walking in a geyser basin. But the remains of this young bison next to Morning Glory Pool -- a location where hundreds, if not thousands, of visitors pass by weekly -- should serve as a reminder of the ever-present dangers in the nation's oldest national park. From http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com.
The Mammoth Hot Spring terraces don't bubble or spurt water. In fact, they hardly do anything. But thousands of years of calcium carbonate buildup has created these unusual terraces of red, pink and gray. From http://www.yellowstoneinsider.com.