Salvation Mountain is a literal man-made mountain 28 years in the making, covered in half a million gallons of latex paint. What started as a small monument made of dirt and painted cement became, over time, a sprawling adobe and hay-bale mountain complex, with peripheral structures made of telephone poles, tires, and car windows, as well as art cars and sculptures, all painted in a patchwork of stripes and color blocks of whatever paint was donated that week.
Find out about the mountain, the man, the mission, and how you can help preserve a folk art masterpiece.
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Heading to Salvation Mountain? Here is everything you need to know for your visit.