Yellowstone National Park’s Bear Bathtub

Bear Bathtub

Bear Bathtub


Author: Steven Shaw
Date: 04.08.16

Yellowstone National Park -- It’s colloquially called “Bear Bathtub.”  It’s a natural swimming hole in Yellowstone National Park that is frequented by bears.  National Geographic cameras captured incredible footage of an array of bears visiting the spot and it gives a unique perspective into bear behavior.

Trails of interest:

  1. Tower Falls & the Yellowstone River Trail
  2. Wraith Falls Trail

You may also enjoy reading:

  1. The Yellowstone Fires of 1988
  2. An Insider’s Guide to Yellowstone National Park