The Grand Prasmatic Spring and Old Faithful Geyser – two of the best to view in Yellowstone

Locating Lexie

The Edge of the steaming, yet colourful Grand Prasmatic Spring The Edge of the steaming, yet colourful Grand Prasmatic Spring

Due to only a few roads being open, the furthest we could go was down to ‘Old Faithful’, a geyser named for its near accuracy to go off every 90-120 minutes. We head south from Mammoth Campsite one last time. Past Norris and on the way, there were several areas to stop off and view some of the springs, pools, vents and geysers. My favourite was most certainly at the Midway Geyser Basin.

The Grand Prasmatic Spring

I had read about this and seen images posted on Google from a bird’s eye view perspective. It was one of the geysers that I most looked forward to visiting and it is often posted in natural places to go and visit too. There were about 4 pools and springs in the area, each very different. The Grand Prasmatic was at…

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