Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone, United States

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Move Over Bison The Patry's Are In Town!, Missoula and West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Move Over Bison The Patry's Are In Town!

A travel blog entry by patry

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... and play basketball. There was even an ice cream social that night after dinner!   The next day we drove to the KOA in West Yellowstone where we were staying. We had some excitement on the way there when we saw 3 moose not far from the side of ...

Day 32 - Yogi and Boo Boo Hometown, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Day 32 - Yogi and Boo Boo Hometown

A travel blog entry by dazandkim

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... and we were not sure where we were going to stay, so we headed west and continued out of Yellowstone. We ended up at West Yellowstone, which is just outside the Wyoming boarder in Montana. I was a little shocked that we were in Montana, as I did not ...

Yellowstone!, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone!

A travel blog entry by rohdin

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... går du på marken kan du går ner dig i vulkanen". Lillebror säger då oroligt "jag tror inte jag tycker om Yellowstone! Vi bestämde oss för att åka vidare till Norris Geyser Basin och se på fler naturupplevelser och upplevelser fick vi verkligen. ...

Morning Update - It's Snowing!!!, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Morning Update - It's Snowing!!!

A travel blog entry by havervwilltravl

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... are leaning toward skipping Glacier National Park because it will save us two day of driving that we could use to see Yellowstone more thoroughly instead.  For all we know, Glacier could be mostly closed still anyway, especially with the recent snow ...

Jour 2, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Jour 2

A travel blog entry by vagabond2012

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Bonjour la gang, On continue la visite... Alors, GO!! ...

Yellowstone Part II, West Yellowstone,  United States travel blog

Yellowstone Part II

A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson

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... a while. On the trail, it started snowing hard and we started walking to cover. It snowed almost all day. We drove around Yellowstone and just hung out until the weather cooperated. During the wait, we went to the Old Faithful Inn and looked around. They ...

Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by hgtrip

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... a noisy night at our campsite, and Bennett and David made the pancakes this time. We moved quickly to get to Yellowstone early, and headed straight to Old Faithful, passing over the Caldera Boundary and the Continental Divide. We just missed an eruption, ...

TransAm - Day #69, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

TransAm - Day #69

A travel blog entry by jnelsonmdla

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... potatoes, but wheat (not yet amber; but matue enough to ripple in waves by the blowing wind across the acreage) as well. West Yellowstone provided our entrance to the National Park - truly a must see sight in America. It is wonderfully preserved with a ...

Recipe for Beans!, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Recipe for Beans!

A travel blog entry by max1998

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... today. We also had coffee from Starbucks packets that you mix with hot water. After breakfast, we drove to see the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. It was a lot bigger than I expected and pretty. I took a lot of pictures. We also saw 2 elk on top of a ...

2nd star to the right and straight on til morning, Yellowstone, United States travel blog

2nd star to the right and straight on til morning

A travel blog entry by nextchapter...

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... Grand Tetons, an extraordinary beautiful stand of mountains that lace the edge of Yellowstone. We drove back through Yellowstone to say good-bye and left via the west entrance catching last glimpses of a new found love. We set up camp like four city ...

Tour of lower loop of YNP, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Tour of lower loop of YNP

A travel blog entry by tricruiser

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... we will be able to tell  which is which and send a picture. We also saw Old Faithful erupt again. We stopped at Yellowstone Lake,  the largest high altitude lake in America.  It is 20 X14 miles and freezes 2 feet thick in winter when the ...

Old Faithful and an

Old Faithful and an "Old Boiler"

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... been raining all day and day two snow - but the sun shone and although we never saw "Yogi", boy was it worth it. Yellowstone park is actually what was left behind after a huge volcanic eruption and most of it is the crater (caldera) measuring something ...

Old Faithful to Mammoth, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Old Faithful to Mammoth

A travel blog entry by elakaczmarska

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... a magnificent structure - a giant log cabin opened in 1904 for the people lucky enough to afford the 'Grand Tour' of Yellowstone National Park. Incidentally, this is the oldest NP in the world. The hotel was extraordinary - the rooms totally unchanged ...

Yellowstone National Park-----WOW, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone National Park-----WOW

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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Yellowstone National Park!  The grand daddy of all National Parks.  The park is so big and has so many things to see that it is overwhelming.  We spent four days here and met up again with our friends Linda and Vaughn from Nature Coast ...

Yellowstone Part I, West Yellowstone,  United States travel blog

Yellowstone Part I

A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson

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... in about 40 minutes. We might as well of been running. Once we got to the car we unpacked, ate a snack, and drove to Yellowstone National Park. Leaving the Tetons we saw a small bear, and thankfully we were in the car. Once we arrived in Yellowstone, we ...

Moonwalker, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Moonwalker

A travel blog entry by vinomada

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... of the weight plus the cooler temperatures really seemed to have helped a lot. We arrived at Rainbow Point Campground (approx. 10 miles from West Yellowstone, MT) in the afternoon, where we set up our camp. We were not aware, that there was no sewer dump ...

Rodeo Time!, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Rodeo Time!

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips

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... We also decided that it was important to check out the cinema, and to do this, we watched Jurassic World.  On the way to Yellowstone National Park, we stayed in a small town called Cody. Cody has a 'Nite Rodeo', and, being the tourists that we are, ...

The Day of the Bison... again, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

The Day of the Bison... again

A travel blog entry by mattandjen

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... . On the way out of the park we saw...yes more Bison and a few deers and all agreed is was a great couple of days in Yellowstone. We found a good coffee place after dinner and the girls were happy to finish the evening with ice-cream. Cheers, The Berrys ...

Yellowstone I, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone I

A travel blog entry by deniska

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... ;í zážitek za celý den. Já jsem se na nic nedívala a nic jsem nefotila. Z toho jsem vyrostla v Mexiku. West Yellowstone – malebné westernové městečko. Nejvíce se mi líbilo v noci, kdy byl každý ...

Boise to West Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Boise to West Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by robntawn

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... off in the distance.  Again, the sky opened up and we had intermittent rain for the last 30 miles...quite beautiful! West Yellowstone itself is a small town with many motels, cabins, and lodges situated amongst pine trees and rolling hills.  We ...

Yellowstone: geysers and wildlife, Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone: geysers and wildlife

A travel blog entry by usatour

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... trotting casually down the road.  Over the next twodays, we saw several herds of buffalo, elk, bear, and pelicans fishing in the Smithsonian River.  Yellowstone is the oldest of the national parks and has beautiful lodges and ...

West Thumb Area of Yellowstone National Park, West Thumb Area of Yellowstone National Park , United States travel blog

West Thumb Area of Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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...   4. John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_D._Rockefeller,_Jr._Memorial_Parkway 5. Yellowstone National Park info: http://www.nps.gov/yell/ 6. Yellowstone 1988 ...

White water rafting, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

White water rafting

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

This morning, we drove down to 'Big Sky' to go white water rafting.  We had a great time, but it was a little 'tame' even for the kids. The scenery was beautiful, of course. We did get a few 'class 3' rapids, but  overall we were a little ...

Day 3 Badlands to Yellowstone via Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Day 3 Badlands to Yellowstone via Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by mpanchley73

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... shotgun. Chris lies on top in his bed the entire time we drive unless I'm driving he might ride shotgun. Reading about Yellowstone. A little afraid of the wildlife.. Not gonna lie. Talks about spotty cell service and not trying to use it outside ...

Yellowstone visit:  disappointing & fantastic!!, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Yellowstone visit: disappointing & fantastic!!

A travel blog entry by tslatta

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The north entrance into Yellowstone was the only open one so late in the season. No Old Faithful viewing. However, the northeast road to Cooke City was open .... And bison, elk, coyote and antelope sightings kept us entertained. It's obvious the land ...

Canyon, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Canyon

A travel blog entry by elakaczmarska

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... crap motel) en route to our hike. With bear spray strapped religiously to Rysiek's chest ( ever hopeful) we hiked the Canyon of Yellowstone. Beautiful! Uncle Tom's trail took us to the best view of the falls, Artists Point really looks as if it has been ...

Thermal Features, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Thermal Features

A travel blog entry by laura_pier

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... all swam in our clothes!! It felt great! But from now on we will throw suits and towels in the car each morning. :) Fun Yellowstone fact: The park encompasses over 2 million acres. That is about 5,000 square miles--only 2,000 less than all of New Jersey! ...

Filmer från Yellowstone., West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Filmer från Yellowstone.

A travel blog entry by rohdin

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Här kan ni dela lite av våra upplevelser. ...

I want to be a Cowboy, West Yellowstone , United States travel blog

I want to be a Cowboy

A travel blog entry by therizzos

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Day 2 Today we did a 3 hr horse ride at Diamond P Ranch we saw lots of cool things on the ride. Also my horse would always eat and i couldnt get him to stop!   Also that night we went to a rodeo we saw bullriding,  barrel racing and alot more! ...

Dag 8, Cook City naar West Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, United States travel blog

Dag 8, Cook City naar West Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by famjansen

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... een hapje en drankje hier en daar gekocht in het park, veel (compost) toiletten bezocht, prachtige natuur gezien (Lake Yellowstone bijvoorbeeld wat we ook 2 x gereden hebben vanwege een verkeerde afslag nemen)  Gelukkig dacht Eddy er nog aan wat ...

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