Following the Tangled Creek

Yellowstone's Tangled Creek in winter

You'll find Tangled Creek in the Lower Geyser Basin. What a strange name? Well, not really.
It was named by the United States Geological Survey in 1885 because of its unique chaotic path. The creek is a network of separate channels which cross and recross and interlace with each other in the most unusual way. Tangled Creek looks like a ribbon, weaving in, around and through the trees.

It's beautiful all year around, but it really shines in the colder, winter months. A magical, hot water stream that flows and twists amid the snow covered trees. Let's go explore! =]:)

Photo NPS / Jacob W. Frank

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