Our next couple of days were spent exploring Gibbons Falls and Sheepeater Cliffs, then Mammoth Hot Springs, the Geyser Basin area and the Paint Pots.
Gibbon Falls is right on the road, so an easy stop. There is a paved trial that takes you along the river view and gives many sightseeing opportunities. We stopped here many times on this trip as it is on a main road, but I cannot find my photos! Sorry
Sheepeater Cliffs is assumed to be formed over 500,000 years ago. Pretty cool...
The Paint Pots are always one of our favorites. These mud pots are named for their red, yellow and brown colors, which is actually form oxidation of iron in the mud.
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