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Yellowstone National Park 2022 Wall Calendar

Some of America’s most dramatic landscapes can be found at Yellowstone National Park. Home to North America’s largest super volcano, Yellowstone’s geysers prove that lava is still bubbling beneath the park’s nearly 3,500 square miles. Undaunted, more than four million people visit the park each year to see the vast range of mountains, lakes, rivers, fauna, flora, and, of course, Old Faithful.

This 2022 monthly wall calendar features:

Large blocks for notes | Superbly printed throughout | Reproduced on quality 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11 by 14-inch size

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Yellowstone locations featured in the 2022 calendar include:

• Palette Spring and Terrace is a thermal feature that is part of the Mammoth Hot Springs complex at Yellowstone. 

• The Daisy Geyser is part of the Daisy Group located in Upper Geyser Basin at Yellowstone. The geyser is one of the most regular in the park. It erupts every two to four hours and reaches a height of 75 feet.

• Beauty Pool is a hot spring in Upper Geyser Basin with a diameter of 60 feet that is ringed with a colorful band of cyanobacteria that thrives in the 160-degree water.

• Multi-colored thermophilic algae grow in the outflow stream of Excelsior Geyser Crater located in the Midway Geyser Basin at Yellowstone. Excelsior stopped erupting in the 20th Century, but releases more than 4,000 gallons of 199-degree F water per minute into the Firehole River.

• Yampah, Lupine, Indian Paintbrush and a profusion of other wildflowers bloom along the trail leading to Two Ocean Lake located in Grand Teton National Park.

• The water of Tower Creek falls 132 feet from the brink of Tower Fall before flowing on to join the Yellowstone River. The waterfall is located along Tower-Canyon Road.   

• Arnica, lupines and other wildflowers in bloom on the slopes of Dunraven Peak near Dunraven Pass.

• The Canary Spring terraces, part of the Mammoth Hot Springs area, continue to grow as hot acidic water dissolves limestone and other minerals that are carried up to the surface where a decrease in acidity causes the formation of travertine stone that forms the terraces.

• Old Faithful geyser in Upper Geyser Basin was discovered by the Washburn Expedition in 1870. It is one of the most predictable geysers in the park. Eruptions reaching 100- to 180-feet in height occur an average of 20 times per day.

• The waters of the Yellowstone River sluice over the brink of the Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and drop 308 feet, making this that tallest waterfall in the park.

• Orange cyanobacteria and green algae add color to the channels of water flowing from Norris Geyser Basin. Water in the basin is very hot and acidic, which invites different classes of bacterial thermophiles to live in it.

• Located in Lower Geyser Basin, White Dome Geyser erupts from one of the largest and most beautiful cones in Yellowstone. Eruptions are irregular, most last about two minutes and reach a height of 10 to 30 feet. 

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 11 × 14 × 0.25 in