Roaring Mountain () is in Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming. Roaring Mountain was named for the numerous fumaroles on the western slope of the peak which during the early 1900s were loud enough to be heard for several miles. Roaring Mountain is north of Norris Geyser Basin and south of Obsidian Cliff and is easily seen from park roads. Roaring Mountain displaying significant fumarole activity in this image by Ansel Adams taken in 1942
An interesting stop on our drive and a quick stop of the main road. Not our favorite attraction in the park, but if you have a few minutes to spare, it is interesting. We could hear some hissing from the hillside, but not the "roaring" that used to be able to be heard for miles.
Just a płace to stop, take a photo and drive. Nothing special, I wasn’t amazed...
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