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This is the famous Soda Butte from which the creek and valley get their names. A little over a mile from the confluence of the creek and the Lamar River, the feature is an extinct hot springs cone of travertine. During the time the US Calvary managed the Park, there was a ranger station just west of the Soda Butte.
This is the famous Soda Butte from which the creek and valley get their names. A little over a mile from the confluence of the creek and the Lamar River, the feature is an extinct hot springs cone of travertine. During the time the US Calvary managed the Park, there was a ranger station just west of the Soda Butte.
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  • Horizontal
  • Lighting
  • Rare light
  • Soda Butte
  • Spring
  • Storm
  • Yellowstone

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