This 1-Mile Hike In Wyoming Is Full Of Jaw-Dropping Natural Pools

If you’re interested in geology and geography, there’s no better place to explore than northwest Wyoming. Here, in Yellowstone National Park, you’ll find the largest collection of geysers, hot pots, mud pots, and hot springs in the entire world. While the popular trails that show off Grand Prismatic and Old Faithful get overrun with crowds, if you escape to the little known Artist’s Paintpots Trail, you’ll be able to see these thermal features up close.

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Address: Yellowstone National Park, WY, 82190

You’ll find the Artist’s Paintpots Trail between the Norris Geyser Basin and Madison Campground on Grand Loop Road.

For another great Yellowstone adventure, read This Easy, Breezy Summer Hike Takes You To A Raging River And Waterfall In Wyoming.