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We weren’t sure we’d have time to stop here, but we did, and it proved to be an interesting area to explore. We had already seen Norris, West Thumb and the Old Faithful geyser areas, so we thought we had seen it all. We didn’t!...More
You come to Yellowstone expecting geysers etc but boiling, spitting mud - nope that one was a surprise. Had to video it to prove to others that mud can boil! Very hot and just as well we are kept at a distance with all the...More
Mud volcano is one of several geothermal features in a area covered by a short boardwalk or along a road, easy walking other than some short uphill sections. Keep in mind that you will see many similar features in the park, so rating them, no...More
There are lots of bubbling "mud volcanoes" here. Steam rising from the earth, looks like something from dinosaur days! The Devil's mouth was interesting - powerful "burps" of water and steam. Well done walkways around the site. Buffalo and river/stream nearby. Keep driving north and...More
Mud Volcano area, including Dragon’s Mouth was incredible. It is like seeing into the earth. The entire area has a sci if feel to it. The colors, smells, and belching gasses were almost incomprehensible in the sense that this is coming out of our earth....More
Because of the Winter snow fall, the geysers will be full, more water features. However we have been there in the early Spring and the weather can get cold and snowy. West Yellowstone is a great little town to stay and hang... More
Because of the Winter snow fall, the geysers will be full, more water features. However we have been there in the early Spring and the weather can get cold and snowy. West Yellowstone is a great little town to stay and hang out if the park is snowed in. Just prepare to bundle up, it's worth it.
We've been several times, at least for five days. So many little treasures to find in the park, plus the wildlife is awesome. Have a great trip