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Yellowstone History: Lost Lake

1878 preliminary geo map of ynp

In spite of its name, Yellowstone’s Lost Lake is remarkably easy to find.

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Yellowstone History: Queen’s Laundry

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Near Sentinel Meadows, you’ll find a curious remnant of Yellowstone National Park’s early history: The Queen’s Laundry.

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Yellowstone History: Fan and Mortar Geysers

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Although not as famous as nearby Grotto or Grand Geysers, Fan and Mortar Geysers are an eminent delight to visitors.

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Yellowstone History: Larry Matthews and Larry’s Lunch Station

Larry's Lunch Station

Larry Matthews is one of the most colorful and charming personalities in Yellowstone National Park history.

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Boiling River Closed Due To High Streamflow Rate

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If you’re heading to Yellowstone National Park in the next few weeks and hoping for a soak at Boiling River, don’t pack that towel just yet.

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Yellowstone History: Punch Bowl Spring

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Located just west of Daisy Geyser, on the way to Black Sand Basin, Punch Bowl Spring has a long history with Yellowstone visitors.

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Yellowstone History: The Devil’s Kitchen

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The Devil’s Kitchen is all but unknown in today’s Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone History: Great Fountain Geyser

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As the only predictable geyser in the Lower Geyser Basin, Great Fountain Geyser has a history of prominence in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone History: The Wilt of Morning Glory Pool

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On the outer limits of the Upper Geyser Basin sits a once majestic thermal pool: Morning Glory Pool.

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Yellowstone History: The Yellowstone Lake Islands

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Most of the Yellowstone Lake islands aren’t broadly noteworthy in Yellowstone National Park’s history, with the exception of Dot Island.

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