A River Runs By it Lodge

Address: 4026 Tygee Lane, Island Park, Idaho, 83429 , United States | B&B
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More Yellowstone sights and smells

A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 07, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... clear that we were on the right track, as hidden in the apparently empty woodland were a number of other more adventurous hikers taking rest-stops / admiring the view so far / contemplating how much higher to go... After a fair climb up, we got the views that we were hoping for. Grand Prismatic is the third largest hot spring in the world, whose waters are a deep blue in the middle but change towards the outside due to the various heat-loving microorganisms that ...

One More Day In Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Aug 01, 2015

16 photos

I had to go back one more time -- there were still a few more things I wanted to see. Dan decided he was through looking at scenery, so stayed back at the trailer with Sassy and Odie and took it easy. Have I mentioned how many people are here in Yellowstone -- way, way too many! One of the rangers told us the park has 4 million visitors a year and half of them come in July and August -- you do the math! That means 2 million ...

Awesome Grand Teton National Park

A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jul 30, 2015

9 photos

... ones, glaciers, snowfields, extensive forests, sagebrush flats, meadows, wetlands, and beautiful rivers. Yesterday we took the 43-mile scenic loop through the park and stopped at many turnouts and overlooks to get magnificent views of the mountains, lakes, and rivers. Jackson Lake and Jenny Lake were especially beautiful -- brilliant blue water with the snow-capped mountains behind them. Due to recent less-than-normal snowfalls in the ...

Day 5 (Yellowstone National Park)

A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 12, 2015

... drive from the west entrance. Along the way, we passed an attraction point where we saw lots of people. Decided to stop to take a look and realised that it was the Gibbons Falls. It was our first Falls of the day and it was very exciting. Spent about 30 mins there and had to head east towards the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is 32km long stretching along the eastern part of the park. It is 305m deep and between 450 - 1.200m across. There are lots ...

Day 5 (Twin Fall - The Pines at Island Park)

A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 11, 2015

... there was still lots of water falling. During this time of the year (late spring to early summer), I read that it's the perfect time to visit the falls begins the water volume is at its greatest due to the melting snow from the mountains. Met a local there who said that the water level was slightly low though. Nevertheless, it was still impressive and I think I had some nice shots of the waterfall. There's a rainbow close to the base of the falls. After visiting a ...