Gardiner Guest House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with the occasional vertigo tossed in for fun. The colors of the ancient earth with the thin skin of trees on top was very impressive with the ribbon of big river below. Homer took bear spray point guard for this trail. Every hundred feet was a different view and perspective. We spotted some type of hoof tracks our best guess an elk ewe. After we got to the final point, i must admit , it was only slightly disappointing as we couldnt see the main waterfall from this ...
... with their high powered spotting scopes. Apparently this is a popular site for spotting wolves and bears in the hills overlooking this turnout.
Further up the road we stopped at Pebble creek to look for mountain goats. Someone a few days ago told us they could be seen on the cliffs above this campsite. Although there were very low clouds obscuring the tops of the rocky ridge, after a short time we spotted a single mountain goat walking slowly across the ...
... traffic jams. We made many stops along the way. You can't help it. This is the most beautiful and diverse place we've ever been. Every turn is different. Every geological landscape and habitat you can imagine. Rolling hills, mountains, flatland, exploded rock lining the sides of the road, fields littered with rock left by glaciers and so much more. There are boiling rivers. There are pools of water with colors so vivid that are being created by ...
... them at the zoo but you feel more connected to them in the wild.
By the time we returned back to our campsite we had been gone 12 hours. It was a very long day and we saw so many amazing things but there was so much more that we just didn't have time for. The next time we come back I want to stay awhile and really explore all this park has to offer.
Tomorrow will be a down day for us to relax before we get back on the road ...
... magic photo. So, apologies, we saw one but have no great photos to prove it. Other sightings included elk, pronghorn and bighorn sheep.
Lunch was at the end of the valley beside Pebble Creek, attended by a colony of gophers (or were they squirrels or muskrats), before we retraced our steps down the valley, turning north at Tower-Roosevelt and heading for Mammoth Hot Springs.
Parking at Mammoth was insane but we eventually found a parking spot we could fit into, and ...