Yellowstone National Park
A Virtual Tour



The Firehole Lake Drive goes through five distinct geyser groups, which are part of the Lower Geyser Basin. These groups are the Great Fountain Group, White Creek Group, White Dome Group, Pink Cone Group and the Black Warrior, or Firehole Lake, Group. The Great Fountain Group and White Creek Group are someimes defined as a single group. The Great Fountain Group was named for Great Fountain Geyser. You would be pressed to beat a Blue Dome eruption of Great Fountain at sunset. The White Dome Group and Pink Cone Groupe were also named for the main geyser within these groups. There are several geysers in the Black Warrior Group. This group is also known for for the amount of water that is discharged into Tangled Creek from Firehole Lake.

This is a virtual tour of four of the geyser groups along Firehole Lake Drive. These geyser groups are the Great Fountain Group, White Dome Group, Pink Cone Group and the Black Warrior, or Firehole Lake, Group.




Firehole Lake Drive

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Firehole Lake Drive

Interactive Map of Firehole Lake Drive

Use this interactive map to get information about the specific areas of the park you plan to visit. Click on the areas that interest you. You will be taken to pages with more detailed maps, area trip planners, and links to park features.

 

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