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262 feet 2518 m is a mountain pass located on the Continental Divide in Yellowstone National Park in WyomingArts Culture MusicBodies of WaterContinental DivideContinental Divide YellowstoneCraig PassCraig Pass el.8Craig Pass was named by the early Yellowstone road builder with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hiram Chittenden in honor of Ida Craig who was the first visitor to cross the pass after the road was completed in September 1891 and was a daughter of Chittendens friend General James CraigFirehole Lake DriveFirehole RiverFlowersFrozenFrozen riverGrand Loop Rd.GrassesGreat DivideHWY 191IceIsa LakeIsa Lake is believed to be the only natural lake in the world which drains to two different oceansIsa Lake is located in Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of WyomingIsa Lake is named after Miss Isabel Jelke of CincinnatiIsa Lake straddles the continental divide at Craig Pass and was first discovered in 1891 by Hiram M. Chittenden while exploring the best routes for a road to connect Old Faithful and West Thumb geyser basinsLeavesLilliesLilliumLilyNational ParksNatureNew Hemisphere. Western HemisphereNew WorldNorth AmericaParks SP NP NM ArcheologicalPlantsPublic LandsSeasonsSnowTeton County WYThe east side of the lake drains by way of the Lewis River to the Pacific Ocean and the west side of the lake drains by way of the Firehole River to the Atlantic Ocean opposite of what one would expect since the Atlantic Ocean is east of the lake and the Pacific Ocean is to the westTravelTreesU.S.U.S.A.US HighwaysUSAUnited States of AmericaVintage USA highwaysWeatherWestern HemisphereWinterWyomingYellow pond liliesYellowstone NP Wyoming Montana Idaho 44.60°N 110.50°Waestheticartisticatmosheric conditioncoldestheticfallen rocksfloralflurryfrostherbaceoushistorical USA highwayshoarfrosticeboundleafagepercipitationsleetysnowfallsnowflaketemperaturethe Statestime of yearunthawedwater partingwatershedwindwinter solticewintertime© Rick Waller