Artists Paintpots

Đánh giá Artists Paintpots, Yellowstone National Park

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charliespal2
Palm Harbor, FL521 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2021
An interesting area dispersed collections of thermal features, many springs, geysers, vents and especially mud pots. These exhibit varying shades of blue, grey and brown, and have a range of different textures, with the behavior changing during the year. It is one of the easier loops but does have a few stairs to navigate. Very interesting collection of natural variations in how the earth is always changing.
Đã viết vào 25 tháng 10, 2021
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atlas993
Elk Grove, CA466 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2021 • Gia đình
If you have lots of time in the park, then sure like some time to stop at the Artists Paintpots. If you are short on time though, it isn’t the most memorable part of Yellowstone.
Đã viết vào 24 tháng 10, 2021
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TrailTrekker15
Tallahassee, FL3.792 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021 • Một mình
I stopped by Artist Paintpots during the afternoon. Unlike other nearby locations, I was able to immediately get parking here. There is a short trail which leads to the thermal area. The paintpots themselves where cool to look at. They’re far from the most exciting thing at Yellowstone, but the processes that create these boiling mud pots is fascinating. The real star in my opinion was Blood Geyser. Not only does the geyser constantly and loudly spew hot water, it has a high iron concentration which turns everything around red. It’s an awesome sight! While I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this area be on top of one’s list, it makes a great backup stop.
Đã viết vào 10 tháng 10, 2021
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Mike H
Phoenix, AZ1.905 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2021
There is a lot to experience here from mud volcanos to springs. We watched a long line of cars blow by this place before we turned in. There is limited parking so during the high season it may be hard to do this unless you are here early. We did the entire trail and it was well worth it.
Đã viết vào 3 tháng 10, 2021
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thattexascouple
Fort Worth, TX68 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2021
I loved seeing the Artist Paintpots and felt that this was an easy loop to walk. Definitely worth your time!
Đã viết vào 13 tháng 9, 2021
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Smilin' Trey
Cincinnati, OH195 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2021
Not necessarily a must do, but decent if you have the time. Mud Bath was interesting, but I would not go out of my way to check it out. If you happen to be passing by, consider stopping.
Đã viết vào 14 tháng 8, 2021
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Amy Y
281 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2021
Nice, easy trail from the parking lot to the basin and paint pots, but we enjoyed the down trees and pretty landscape along the way. Part of the trail does require a climb up the hillside, but there are steam vents and bubbling mud pits at the top. It also gives you a great view of everything down below.
Đã viết vào 29 tháng 7, 2021
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Tracey B
Kansas73 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2021
I get that there are a LOT more people traveling this year, but Yellowstone should have followed Glacier National Parks lead and required timed 'driving passes' for all visitors. Additionally, there should be a hell of a lot more park rangers patrolling the area.
First off, traffic was HORRIBLE because you routinely had self-important folks thinking it is perfectly o.k. to ignore all the signs and park half on the roadways. There were several places it was impossible to see at all for the line of cars trying to get in, but the Artists Paintpots was the WORST!
First off - there is a sign that says NO RV's right at the entrance, yet someone in a LARGE motorhome decided to ignore that sign and then had to turn around halfway to the main parking, backing up cars for 15 minutes while he inched his way back and forth to get a 20' plus vehicle turned around.
And if he wasn't bad enough, there were 6 - yes 6 cars who decided that since the parking lot to the attraction was full - well they would just park ON THE ROAD heading out - starting right at the parking area. We are not talking about pulling half off the road to park - Oh no! They literally parked fully in the exit lane so those trying to leave the park had to wait for those coming in to creep off to the right where there was NO ROOM to go because there is no shoulder and there are logs and other materials set up to keep people from pulling off the road. Talk about 'entitled' and ignorant vactioners ruining it for many.
Of course, there was no park authorities to be seen anywhere. Yellowstone needs to maintain a fleet of tow trucks for just such incidences!
And as I exited the park, taking 89 to 191 and heading towards the west enterance, I was again flabbergasted by the ignorance of a driver in a full size truck who - choosing to ignore the multiple signs that read "No parking on the road side for any reason" decided to park half on the road so he could get out and look at a stream! I am certain that the 125 cars (yes I was going slow enough as I exited in a long line of traffic to count them and there were even more coming up behind that) appreciated his selfishness.
I just couldn't belive (this is my second visit to the park) that Yellowstone appeared to be more about booking revenue this year, than about maintaining a safe and enjoyable environment in the park for vacationers. In the past, Yellowstone logged over 900,000 visitors to the park for the month of July. Many experts anticipated those numbers doubling this year after last years travel restirctions. Yellowstone should have been better prepared and less greedy. Granted it has been 30 years since I was at the park, and I can see how it has totally deteriorated in so many ways. After this horrible experience I will certainly never visit the park again. Lord knows there are hundreds of other lesser known, but just as amazing, parks to be seen around this country.
Đã viết vào 15 tháng 7, 2021
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Melaney68
Chesapeake Beach, MD9.379 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2020
We had to wait for a parking space and the hike was steamy. It was worth it because the various colors of the paint pots were stunning and you could view them from various heights on the trail. Note that part of the trail is elevated and requires the ability to climb steps.
Đã viết vào 6 tháng 7, 2021
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Nicole B
Porto Alegre, RS997 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2021
Easy walk to a boardwalk loop that traverses among various colored bubbling hot springs and mud pots. Beautiful hues due to bacteria in the water and/or minerals in the soil. Not overly busy.
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