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Mamouth Hot Springs

sunny 33 °C

After a long lie in I took a short hike to the disappointing Tower Falls, a waterfall in the Tower area. Unfortunately the overlook to it was pretty poor because of path closures.

In the afternoon I drove over to Mamouth Hot Springs, the central adminstrative area of Yellowstone, which took about an hour or so to get there. The Mamouth area has unquie geotheral features, the most famous of which are the steps of cascading springs.

I chilled out at the campsite for the rest of the day, doing some reading and preparing for my next drive north to Montana.


Posted by MattOGrady 17:07 Archived in USA

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