Most People Don’t Know About Wyoming’s Deadly Underground Hot Springs

Yellowstone National Park is one of the Nation’s busiest places, and it’s easy to forget that it’s a remote stretch of wilderness. The crowds in the summer and the man-made structures don’t take away from the dangers present in the park, but they might give some visitors a false sense of security. Read below to see why you should watch your step in the world’s oldest National Park.

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If you love reading about the macabre things that happen on this earth, the book Death in Yellowstone: Accidents and Foolhardiness might be your next favorite read.

Please don’t fear visiting Yellowstone – it truly is a national treasure, and with over 5 million visitors each year, you’re certain to have an unforgettable trip. Just watch your step, carry bear spray and follow the Rangers’ rules – this goes for Wildlife spotting, too!

If you just can’t quell the temptation to go for a dip, visit the temperature controlled Granite Hot Springs. You can even get there by dog sled, and you’re sure to enjoy a relaxing soak.