Yellowstone National Park: Geothermal Sites

Although much of Yellowstone National Park is geothermally active, these images are from several of the more notable areas. You'll find a number of wildlife images from Yellowstone on the site, and we also have images of some of Yellowstone's other scenic areas.

You'll also find photos from Yellowstone in our Sunrise/Sunset, Water, Ice/Snow, and Moon galleries.

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Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

Table-like calcite formations in Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, U.S.

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

Table-like calcite formations in Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone National Park.


Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

"Steaming rocks" in Yellowstone's Mammoth Hot Springs area.

Fishing Cone, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

Fishing Cone, a steam vent in the Thumb Geyser basin in Yellowstone National Park.


Mammoth Hot Springs terraces at sunrise, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

Steam rises from the terraces above Mammoth Hot Springs at sunrise.

Mammoth Hot Springs terraces at sunrise, Yellowstone NP, Wyoming, U.S.

Steam rises from the terraces above Mammoth Hot Springs at sunrise.


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