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All reviews bubbling mud thermal features lower geyser basin hot springs fountain geyser short boardwalk old faithful beautiful colors spring pools different colors dead trees geyser areas firehole lake drive board walk worth a stop half mile an easy walk
I happen to like paint pots, mud pots, etc. The sound of the popping bubbles in the thick mud brings out the inner kid. My companions thought the pot was gross but I could sit and watch it all day. Reminds me of a stew...More
If you’re in a hurry you could probably leave this one off your list. If you do go, be careful around the mud pots. They look like they’re only mud but it’s quite acidic. If you fall in there will belittle left of you to...More
Keep in mind this is average for Yellowstone. You have a lot to choose from in this massive part. There is the wildlife, interesting geography, beautiful scenery, history - and of course the geothermals. But because of their vast number you can be selective, especially...More
Every basin has it's own unique features. This was a nice short stop. But it was the least interesting one we visited, in my opinion. It's worth a peak, but didn't really have anything that stood out.....other than the lone buffalo roaming it.
This location displays lots of varied thermal features. You can walk the boardwalk and view all of them fairly easily. The different colors and sounds are amazing. You can't miss the sulfur smells either.
This is a nice short boardwalk loop that passes by geysers, hot spring pools and mud pots. The orange/brown bacteria mats are really picturesque especially when contrast with the deep blue color of the Celestine Pool. The Fountain Geyser at one end of the loop...More