Live View of Yellowstone National Parks’ Gardiner River

by Andrea Greengard
Live View of Gardiner River in Yellowstone National Park
Live View of Gardiner River in Yellowstone National Park

Check out this calming, beautiful live view of Yellowstone River. Rising on the northeast slope of Joseph Peak in the northwest corner of Yellowstone Park, the Gardiner River is born. The river starts at 10,000 feet. By the time it reaches the northwest corner of Gardner’s Hole it has been joined by several other icy small streams.

After it reaches Gardner’s Hole, Fawn, Panther, Indian and Obsidian creeks join it. All are small, winding, willow lined, clear and cold, and all host numbers of brook and rainbow trout. The streams of Gardner’s Hole are the only ones in the Park that may be fished with worms, but only by children twelve years and under.

Video stream by SeeCam

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