Yellowstone Canyon, Cascade Lake, and Mammoth Hot Springs

Oct 13th 2009 — Yellowstone — 9:03 am

Our second day we drove over the the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and walked over to Inspiration Point on the north rim. The road was closed and we had the place all to ourselves.

We also did a 5 mile out and back to Cascade Lake, where we saw a couple of mellow looking bison hanging out under a tree.

In the evening we ended up checking out the geothermal features at Mammoth Hot Springs. I hadn’t been there all summer and it was interesting to see how the area changed.

Lower Yellowstone Falls Bear Track Michael and Hil Field Hil Coyote Mammoth Terrace Mammoth Terrace Mammoth Terrace Mammoth Mammoth Terrace Mammoth Terrace

5 Comments »

  1. Man, that bison took a really good picture!

    Comment by Hilary — October 13, 2009 @ 9:19 am
  2. that coyote is so cccccuuttteee. real furry and cozy looking. heehe… nice shot.

    you should check out the ken burns special of national parks on pbs if you haven’t already.

    Comment by Val — October 13, 2009 @ 12:22 pm
  3. Hilary, I thought the same thing.

    These are rad pix!

    Comment by Reba — October 14, 2009 @ 1:46 pm
  4. Fun Fact: The animals of Yellowstone National Park are surprisingly good photographers.

    Val, I do want to check out that Ken Burns series. I have heard good things.

    Comment by Michael — October 15, 2009 @ 9:52 am
  5. That last picture is really unreal 🙂

    Comment by eliza — November 5, 2009 @ 4:07 pm

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