The waterfalls were nice, but it was very touristy and there too many crowds. If you are looking for a secluded nature hike - you won't find it here. This is more of a sight seeing destination rather than a true hike.
The paint pots are so worth taking a gander. It is amazing to see tiny bubble rise from the bottom of the paint pot pools. The acid water carves the limestone of the Johnston Canyon walls. Nature truly is amazing!
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