Hiking To This Remote Geological Wonder In Wyoming Is Like Traveling To Another Planet

Everyone who’s visited Yellowstone has seen Old Faithful Geyser. It’s sort of the “Times Square” of Wyoming, and as much as locals believe it to be overhyped and overcrowded, it is an amazing thing to see – once. If you like watching geyers steam, bubble, and spurt, skip Old Faithful this time and head to a remote geologic wonder that’s tucked into the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park – the impressive Lone Star Geyser.

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Address: Lone Star Geyser Trailhead, Yellowstone National Park, WY, 82190

The Lone Star Trailhead is just south of the Kepler Cascades along Grand Loop Road. You can find a trail map online here. While you’re nearby, take the time to Discover One Of Wyoming’s Most Majestic Waterfalls – No Hiking Necessary.