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Beryl Spring, Yellowstone National Park

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#42 of 66 in Nature in Yellowstone National Park
Hot Spring · Hidden Gem · Geologic Formation
Beryl Spring is a hot spring in the Gibbon Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park in the United States. It is a large superheated pool, and boils up to a height of 4 feet.

One of the hottest springs in Yellowstone, averaging 196 °F (91 °C)., Beryl Spring was named by the U.S. Geological Survey Hague party in 1883 for the blue-green color which reminded a party member of the gemstone beryl.
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  • A small but beautiful blue pool. This is a quick stop along the Grand Loop Road. It is easily toured from the boardwalk. There is no parking lot, you just pull off the road in the paved wide area.  more »
  • We couldn't miss it. There were fumes, lots of fumes. Ar =t times we could not see the pine trees. The fumes looked like a cloud. It shines like the blue-green gemstone. It can be at 188.5...  more »
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  • Absolutely beautiful! You can stand so close that you feel the heat and smell the sulphur. Once in a lifetime experience of getting up so close...close enough to touch it, but you should not because it is very hot!
  • It was simple and easy to get to yet remember safety first

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