Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park, United States

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Didnt even look real was soo beautiful!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Didnt even look real was soo beautiful!

A travel blog entry by givsadventure

Today we went to Yellowstone waterfall which was amazingly stunning it looked liked a fake backdrop it was surreal probably one of my favourite places :) apart from the hike down to the bottom where i got a wicked pic of a waterfall..beautiful. but ...

The Ultimate in Grandeur, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

The Ultimate in Grandeur

A travel blog entry by iam_thegypsy

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... excitement took on a new form. Relief. I felt to relieved to be able to come back here one last time before leaving the park. I recall not more than a few weeks ago, standing there saying goodbye to my home. I thought that it was definitely the last time ...

Old Man (Neil Young), Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Old Man (Neil Young)

A travel blog entry by chlizy

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We had a slower start than usual this morning. We made another yummy breakfast, with French press coffee.  Yum! After making lunch and cleaning up, we decided that our first destination for the day would be Old Faithful. When we arrived at the Old ...

Wed morning, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Wed morning

A travel blog entry by timahawk

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... and got there just in time for the 12:10 eruption. I will try to post pics of this. The signals are so bad here in Yellowstone it is difficult to post pics and especially video, so you may see some pics a day after an entry finally upload, so you may ...

Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by snorthouse

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On the road at 7:30 this morning on our way to Yellowstone Nat Park.  A quick stop at Walmart for a few grocery supplies first. The store had some construction going on so parking was really really tight....you guessed it, somebody pulled next to us ...

Let's wrap it up, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Let's wrap it up

A travel blog entry by pamvierling

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... View we saw an Osprey's Nest.  I hope you can see it in the pic. These waterfalls are spectacular.  The Yellowstone river plunges 300 ft over the lower falls.  As this water pounds into the thermally softened water it continues to undercut ...

Safari Time!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Safari Time!

A travel blog entry by healsby

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... , we had to drive out of Wyoming and into Montana, even though the river was only ten minutes away from the town; Yellowstone is split over those two states and Idaho too, so there can be some to-ing and fro-ing. Along the road, just inside of Montana, we ...

We saw some bison...., Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

We saw some bison....

A travel blog entry by cheer4lvw

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... Centers – We visited every visitor center around this loop.  Connie and I found where each center held their national park passport stamp.  I have been collecting these for several years and have introduced Connie to it.  It is a fun ...

Buffalo, Bears and Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Buffalo, Bears and Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by cmhuff

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We woke up and were relieved to have made it through night one in Yellowstone without any extreme animal encounters. We loaded the kids and all of our toiletries into the Tahoe and headed to the showers. At the entrance to the campground there is a huge ...

Přežít, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Přežít

A travel blog entry by votocky

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Jak to vlastně všechno začalo? Už před dvěma lety nás přepadla touha poznat americkou přírodu opravdově, bez pištících lidí v kempu, a vydat se přespat do divočiny. A nyní jsme se k tomu i ...

Bison, and Elk, and Geysers, oh my!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Bison, and Elk, and Geysers, oh my!

A travel blog entry by outsidebreak

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... at a random awesome campground somewhere in northern Idaho Tuesday night, and driving again all day Wednesday, we finally arrived at Yellowstone National Park. Side note: it has been many years since I saw as many stars as I did when we were camped in ...

Rain, Rain, Go Away!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

A travel blog entry by cphenly

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... a great many bison—most of them in pretty large herds.  Poachers at one time took the whole bison population in Yellowstone down to 25 individuals, but bison ranchers supplied enough to rebuild the herd and there are now about 3000 bison in the ...

Park #2, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Park #2

A travel blog entry by lblack12

Too many ...

Moose outside park, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Moose outside park

A travel blog entry by sassyones

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Grazing ...

Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Canyon

A travel blog entry by sharyn-jim

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Here are some pictures from the Canyon.  Jim and I walked down the stairs and had a grand view of the falls.  We were lucky we had stairs to walk down.  The old pioneer, Tom, would take this trip by rock climbing.  The falls are ...

A day at home - but not really, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

A day at home - but not really

A travel blog entry by marlanko

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... corn bread anywhere in the stores here.  Despite having no cornbread dinner certainly hit the spot. We started watching Monsters, Inc. tonight but were all too tired and went to sleep without finishing the movie. More from Yellowstone tomorrow :) ...

Wyoming - Where The Deer And The Buffalo Roam!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Wyoming - Where The Deer And The Buffalo Roam!

A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp

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... at least 4 different species of trout, and Tom had a wonderful evening fishing.  No luck – yet!! August 5th – Yellowstone National Park We had a fantastic day in the park – didn’t see Yogi, nor Booboo, nor any bears, much to ...

Yellowstone | Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, Verenigde Staten travel blog

Yellowstone | Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by brachten

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... wit water naar beneden. In de witte massa zie je ook een straal gifgroen water. Het water valt zo'n 100 meter lager in de Yellowstone river waar het dampende weer omhoog komt. Wat blijkt; er zit een geiser in het deel waar de waterval instort en dat zorgt ...

Day 13:  Yellowstone Explorations, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Day 13: Yellowstone Explorations

A travel blog entry by acombslane

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... with bench seats and the wagon was pulled by two Belgian horses, Bo and Luke. Our guide, Erin, provided historical information about Yellowstone on the way. When we arrived at the dinner spot, we listened to cowboy songs while we waited for all the ...

Artist Point, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Artist Point

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Hayden Valley revisited, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Hayden Valley revisited

A travel blog entry by bigdtrader

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... 7 AM.  Took some pictures and videos.  Gorgeous place close to where we are camping.  Ken and Dorey both working today.  We will make chili today.  Our last full day at Yellowstone National Park.  It has been awesome. ...

Bee-Yoo-Ti-Ful!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Bee-Yoo-Ti-Ful!

A travel blog entry by iceladyga

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... was very friendly and fairly priced - took care of it with only a couple of  hours delay. Off to Yellowstone, passing through Shoshone National Forest. The mountains just take your breath away, they are so immense and the views from the turnouts was ...

Into The Wild, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Into The Wild

A travel blog entry by fgigase

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... the distance. And then it was time to enter the bush bush and leave the real world behind. It was unreal to enter Yellowstone National Park and it was even more unbelievable to stumble upon a grizzly bear when we were only ten minutes into the park. With ...

Yellowstone National Park - the real deal, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone National Park - the real deal

A travel blog entry by jozzatravels

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... spray to repel a bear in case you have a bad encounter and the bear tries to eat you. Yellowstone is an incredible place. The national park is located on an old volcano caldera that has numerous active geysers, geothermal pools and features. These ...

Yellowstone national park day 1, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone national park day 1

A travel blog entry by nkirthi

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... a little bit of shopping at the store and we were on our way to Yellowstone. It is quite close from gt to Yellowstone. But Yellowstone is a huge park and getting from one place to another inside the park takes hours. Our first stop was the picnic area at ...

Day 2: Yellowstone Bound, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Day 2: Yellowstone Bound

A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani

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... geeked out on the physical evidence of basin and range at the foot of Idaho's tallest peak. Onward to Craters of the Moon National Monument, where we picked up a stray Trapani :)) And, after a pull across the Snake River Plain, we made it to ...

Chico to Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Chico to Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel & Lamar Valley

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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... to know since he said another ranger would have given us a ticket.  See what I mean about people here? The National Park Service Mammoth Hot Springs Visitor Center is definitely worth going to.  On the first floor there are historical dioramas ...

Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces & Ski Lesson, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces & Ski Lesson

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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... our group orientation begins.  We are signed up for the Winter in Wonderland Lodging and Learning Program with the Yellowstone Association Institute (www.yellowstoneassociation.org).  We chose this small group experience (limit is 10) because it ...

Wildlife and Snowshoe Hike in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Wildlife and Snowshoe Hike in Lamar Valley

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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... than on our own in the Lamar Valley!  Amanda is a terrific guide, offering interesting interpretation of wildlife and the Yellowstone ecosystem.  She also maneuvers the bus really well in heavy snow. Other memories: Lunch at Buffalo Ranch where ...

Cross Country Skiing in the  Tower Falls Area, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Cross Country Skiing in the Tower Falls Area

A travel blog entry by journeyer

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... ; Neat photo.  Shoot more. New word:  ungulates = animals with hooves.  I like the way this word sounds. View images of our full Yellowstone experience with music composed by Harvey: http://www.margieswebgallery.com/galleries/Yellowstone/ ...

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