Artists Paintpots Trail is a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming that features hot springs and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October.
From this boardwalk trail, you can see colorful hot springs, two large mudpots, a fumarole, and a couple of geysers. The Artist's Paint Pots trail is an easy hike to several geothermal features in Yellowstone National Park. From the boardwalk, you can see colorful hot springs, two large mudpots, a fumarole, and a couple of geysers. Many of the geothermal features along this trail do not have names, and little is known about them.
not really a fantastic place to see paintpots. Fountain paint pots are better. Views from the top were good though
The colors throughout the paint pots is amazing. I took my time walking through and looking at this awesome site. I was there in November hiking and camping. The snow made the colors seem so much more vibrant
Did this trail as a kid when family was visiting Yellowstone. I remember the vivid colors from the pictures. I recall being enthralled with Yellowstone.
Pretty decent spot, great to see if you want boiling mud, has some decent color amoung it. Good stop if you have a little extra time
Nice, easy, and very interesting. The distance was not bad for young kids but there were plenty of locations where they could wander off the trail and hurt themselves. We started the day with this walk around 8:30 and by the time we were done, the parking lot had twice as many cars.
Really neat geysers in this area
really cool area with cool paintpots
Not really a hike. Good for families who want to see the springs and paint pots. Definitely check this out.
Not at all a hike. It's an easy trail which kids and people on scooters go on. Scenery is decent. it's more of a place to see just to see.
Beautiful thermal features