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Devil's Kitchen, Greybull

4.5
#111 of 137 in Nature in Wyoming
Geologic Formation · Nature / Park
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  • A truly remarkable geologic oddity. visited ;late in the afternoon which aloud the vivid colors to show 
    A truly remarkable geologic oddity. visited ;late in the afternoon which aloud the vivid colors to show  more »
  • Simply amazing ! Dont be agraid to keep following road its well worth the off roading . We had a nissan armada and did just fine . Wouldnt go if its wet out. ENJOY 
    Simply amazing ! Dont be agraid to keep following road its well worth the off roading . We had a nissan armada and did just fine . Wouldnt go if its wet out. ENJOY  more »
  • The hand made signs dont prepare you for what this is. I still dont know what it is, but it was something to see. 
    The hand made signs dont prepare you for what this is. I still dont know what it is, but it was something to see.  more »
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  • If you are coming from 14 you need to take Davis Rd, then turn left at the fork on the bentonite road. You'll turn left at the sign that says "Devil's Kitchen" a ways down after that. There are no signs or official parking areas, but you can easily see where others have driven and explored in the past. The way Google maps attempts to route you right now is a private road that does not fully connect. Cool place to stop and check out!
  • Beautiful rock formations. Hike down into it if you can. As other reviewers note, it's a 3 mile drive on dirt roads to get there. I would only do it in dry conditions.
  • If you are in the area of Greybull, WY, it definitely worth to visit. There is no official trails, I just was walking on top of the rim. From the main gravel road I walked rest of the way, probably about 0.5 mile because of the dirt road was muddy with some snow frozen on it. Also it would be much nicer pictures with better light conditions.
  • Scenic landscape of different colors with the rocky terrain Quite spectacular when you realize the Mammoth was found 10 miles away
  • Better than I thought it was going to be.

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