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Firehole River

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Sourced from the waters of several geothermal areas, the gentle flow of the Firehole River accelerates as the riverís sandy bottom transitions to a steeper, rocky gradient. Soon the river will run a series of strong rapids and eventually cascade over waterfalls.

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