Thank you for joining us on Day 5 of our Virtual Tour of Yellowstone National Park in 360-degree video with spatial audio.
How Fountain Mud Pots Work at Yellowstone National Park
Since these are all 360° videos, you can look around by either pressing the arrows in the navigation circle in the top-left corner of the video, or simply click and drag with your mouse. If you have a VR Headset, move your head around to hear the 360-degree Spatial Audio.
Hydrothermal Mud Pots at Yellowstone from Above
Watch out, this mud pot is spitting hydrothermal mud at us.
Geyser Erupts at Fountain Mud Pots at Yellowstone
Alright, let’s go head over to Cupid’s Spring.
Cupid’s Spring at Yellowstone, Why Some Springs Don’t Flow
You’re here at Yellowstone looking at Cupid’s Spring.
Tour Steaming Firehole Canyon at Yellowstone in 360 VR
Welcome to Firehole Falls at Yellowstone National Park. This 40-foot waterfall is amidst 800-foot thick lava flows forming the canyon walls. Pretty incredible!
Bird’s Eye View of Firehole Canyon Tour in 360 VR
On this drive, we’ll also be passing the Firehole River and a natural swimming hole.
Firehole Canyon Drive by the Falls
That was beautiful. Let’s head over to the White Dome.
Driving Geothermal Basin at Yellowstone in 360 VR (Bird’s Eye View)
Check out the colors in that sizzling river to the left of us.
White Dome Geyser Sleeping at Yellowstone
This is White Dome, a 20-foot high sinter cone.
White Dome Geyser Calcification at Yellowstone
Steaming White Dome Geyser at Yellowstone
Before we go, let’s walk across the street to checkout a roadside fumarole near White Dome Geyser.
Hovering over roadside fumaroles and hot springs
Thank you for joining us on our Virtual Tour of Yellowstone National Park in 360 Virtual Reality.
More to come from Yellowstone National Park and beyond!