Yellowstone Riverview Lodge

Address: 186 E River Rd, Emigrant, Montana, 59027, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 186 E River Rd, Emigrant, is near Absaroka Dogsled Treks.
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Travel Blogs from Emigrant

Touring Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Oct 19, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... lying by the side of the road in the sun. There were some very interesting mud volcanoes and mud pots beside Yellowstone Lake. We continued on towards our campground and several more thermal features as well as herds of buffalo. Only one elk today lying beside the river watching the cars pass by.

After setting up camp at the Madison Campground we drove another 16 miles up the road to Old Faithful. On the way there we saw a massive grizzly bear grazing ...

Mammoth Hot Springs and Lamar Valley

A travel blog entry by ktholin on Sep 09, 2014

8 photos

We packed up early this morning and headed north through Norris and into Mammoth Hot Springs. There are elk all over Mammoth, even feeding on the lawns of the hotel. We planned to stay at the campground here which was very picturesque, perched above the canyon leading to Gardiner. Driving through the campground we came upon 20 elk just laying in the grass beneath the trees not more than 50 feet from ...

There she blows!-there she blows!

A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... difficult to see because the boardwalk didn’t
bring us close, and steam from the spring obscured almost every view and angle.

Our last stop was an area called Mammoth Hot Springs, but
this turned out to be the least enjoyable due to the fact that it was almost
completely dry when there’s usually water cascading down these huge stone
steps. Also located in Mammoth Hot Springs was Fort ...

Nights 9 & 10: On the Super Volcano

A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 02, 2014

7 photos

... bear just south of the Tower junction. He was playing in a low gully and getting the attention of rangers and tourists. From here we headed east into the legendary Lamar Valley. The valleys of YNP spread out for miles like a stage. They are shortgrass prairie walled in by hills covered by thick pine forests and teeming with reintroduced wolf packs. Water flows all around. At the west end of the valley we saw what we expected: several pronghorn. As it spreads out ...

Day 19. Touring Yellowstone's North Loop

A travel blog entry by david-willett on Sep 07, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... a right-hand drive country! I saluted him (expletive deleted) and motored on with heart pounding.

Later on after seeing many more bison, antelope and a hunting coyote in the Lamar Valley, I took a rough 8 mile dirt road up on top of the Blacktail Plateau. Few cars, great views, lots of antelope and felt like I was some kind of wilderness adventurer like in the movie "Long Way Round", but of course ...