Hansen-Silver Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Swan Valley
... the sky, the mountains, the valleys, the rolling hills, and Yellowstone Lake. Man, is that lake huge! It’s at an elevation of about 7300 feet. Mammoth Hot Springs was a huge area of geothermal activity creating high terraces of travertine with hot water running down the terraced landings like little waterfalls. The Geyser Basin was, again, a huge area of bubbling, crackling, steaming holes and puddles, streams and lakes, ...
... During the days the temperature is in the
high twenties, but at night it cools down to around 15 C.
in the Yellowstone N.P. for three days. It was an unforgettable experience, the
geysers and water falls and canyons have to be seen, see photos. Unfortunately
it was very crowded with tourists; the buses loaded with Chinese came as early
as 7.00 to the sites, the parking places and campgrounds full. So July is not
the best time to visit ...
The story around here is, if you don 't like the weather wait 10 minutes and it will change. On Thursday we went through 3 rain storms. Woke up in the morning to steady rain and about 50. Went to Jackson for the float trip and the sun came out and it warmed to around 60. The trip was very interesting. The guide worked very hard navigating all the debris in the river. The sky had clouds and some sun. After about 1 1/2 hrs we stopped for lunch. He pulled out a cooler ...
... They also have a dedicated children’s gallery where they can get "hands-on" and create their own art work. The boys loved this and played very nicely while we explored the more serious art exhibits in peace. The pictures below reflect some of the sculptures that I liked best – especially the buffalo sculptures. The sheer scale of the large “Buffalo Trail” sculpture by Richard Loffler was fantastic. We enjoyed this ...
... end of Yellowstone. One can easily spend more time then a day at Tetons with a variety of hiking, biking, and horseback riding opportunities. But with only a day we did a nutshell tour along the 40+ miles. We stopped at almost every turn off and did a few selected activities including the requisite junior ranger program for Mattias. An interesting thing we learned about the Tetons is that the mountains are some of the 'youngest' mountains in the world having been formed 'only' ...