Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone This iconic view encompasses the dramatic Lower Falls, which plunge into a colorful canyon of yellow, orange, and pink hues. 

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Old Faithful Geyser Watching Old Faithful erupt against a backdrop of geothermal features is a classic Yellowstone experience.

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Grand Prismatic Spring The vibrant colors of the Grand Prismatic Spring in the Midway Geyser Basin are truly mesmerizing. 

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Mammoth Hot Springs The terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs resemble a surreal, frozen waterfall. The Upper Terraces offer stunning views of these unique formations.

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Yellowstone Lake The largest high-altitude lake in North America, Yellowstone Lake offers serene, picturesque views, especially from points like Lake Butte Overlook.

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Lamar Valley Known as the "Serengeti of North America," Lamar Valley is a prime location for wildlife viewing with the stunning Absaroka Mountains in the background.

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Mount Washburn Hiking to the summit of Mount Washburn provides panoramic views of the park's diverse landscapes, including forests, meadows, and geothermal features.

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Hayden Valley This valley is a great place to see wildlife and offers beautiful, expansive views, especially along the Hayden Valley Overlook.

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Norris Geyser Basin The unique geothermal features at Norris Geyser Basin create an otherworldly landscape. The Porcelain Basin and Back Basin are both worth exploring.

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Tower Fall The Tower Fall viewpoint provides a breathtaking look at the 132-foot Tower Fall plunging into a deep canyon surrounded by lush forests.

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