Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park, United States

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I always stop at Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

I always stop at Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by sueonthego

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... .  Every campground and other accommodation was full.  Good thing I had made my reservation months in advance!!  (For Yellowstone, early reservations are a must!) I arrived at 5:30 pm, which is a late arrival for me.  I usually get a ...

Big country, small world, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Big country, small world

A travel blog entry by laura_pier

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... a voter in WY has much more political power than a voter in California. What do you think of that? *** 5:30 pm We are in Yellowstone!! 9:30 pm Relaxing in the camper after a great dinner at Lake Lodge cafeteria, where Ron worked as a cook in the summer ...

Fishing Bridge Area of Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Fishing Bridge Area of Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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... guide talked about everything. If the trail did not have mud, it had ice on it so we had to cross that a few times. Close to Yellowstone Lake that land seemed to be steaming - and it was. The ground here is very warm and so on a cold day like today, the ...

Big Geysers, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Big Geysers

A travel blog entry by veromarcos

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... , etc) it took a bit of magic out of it. Off we continued to the park further down...the Teton National Park. Less crowded than Yellowstone but with the same beauty. Luckily the ticket for Yellowstone applies for Teton also...so $25 well spent. We ...

More Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

More Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by rowan-blackmore

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... a feeling I wanted to stay longer. So that was about 5 days ago, and they said they respond in 48 hours. So in West Yellowstone I borrowed a computer and checked my email, and no response. I needed to know soon if I wanted to stay on the bus. Because if ...

Doing the park thing, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Doing the park thing

A travel blog entry by bocalee

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... Then in the afternoon we toured some of the other sites.  Norm then cooked dinner, and afterwards we dipped into a pint of Yellowstone Bourbon we had picked up. Norm Vasquez is an interesting guy.  He's 37, and has worked on classic cars, traveled ...

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

Yellowstone National Park, WY, USA

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... the Montana´s town called Great Falls with it´s huge dam and waterfall, we arrived to Yellowstone National Park, which is located in triangle of the states Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Yellowstone is unique for it´s extraordinary geothermal activity and ...

Yellowstone - what a surprise, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone - what a surprise

A travel blog entry by leeandal

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... trip we thought of Smokey Bear and other animals. We were almost totally unaware of the geological marvel that is Yellowstone. The park sits on top of an active volcano. They experience anywhere between 1000 and 2500 earthquakes a year although most ...

Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by strayerfamily

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... and $14.00 later we had clean clothes.  We packed up, and it the road about 11 a.m. down highway 90 west towards Yellowstone, via state highway 14.  I was a little surprised at the continuous increase in grade - the truck was working over ...

Another SPECTACULAR Yellowstone Day!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Another SPECTACULAR Yellowstone Day!

A travel blog entry by oppenheimers

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... years, the US Army ran YNP, protecting it’s wildlife and natural resources.  Interesting fact…YNP was the first US National Park, and the ranger’s hat that all USNP Rangers wear is descended from the hat that was once worn by the ...

Day 8 ; More Geysers & River Swimming!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Day 8 ; More Geysers & River Swimming!

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... in 1985. It spills 6 million gallons of scalding water daily into the Firehole River. Lyn's favourite was Grand Prismatic Spring which is the Park's biggest, and is 370 ft in diameter, and 121 ft deep. The turquoise colour was so bright you could see it ...

Lamar Valley and Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Lamar Valley and Mammoth Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... com/tower_roosevelt/lamar_valley.php 5. Petrified Tree : http://www.wyomingtourism.org/overview/Petrified-Tree-in-Yellowstone-National-Park/405290  6. Undine Falls: http://gowaterfalling.com/waterfalls/undine.shtml    7. Roosevelt ...

Yellowstone-Here we come, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone-Here we come

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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This is the day of our drive to Yellowstone. Since grocery options are limited in the park, we stopped at the Wal-mart in Cody to stock up – and to get some long pants since it has been a bit cooler than anticipated and know Yellowstone will be ...

YNP to GTNP ASAP!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

YNP to GTNP ASAP!

A travel blog entry by oppenheimers

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... to my new best friends…the girls at the Freeheel and Wheel Ski & Bike Shop, for my last vanilla latte in West Yellowstone.  The girls they know how to make their lattes! We were in the park by about 9:40, which was great.  Seems like ...

Tout en un, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Tout en un

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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... en cavales dans un camping du parc, il devient indéniable que nous (Marine surtout) avons vécu nos quelques jours à Yellowstone dangereusement. Nous sommes sortis du parc par la superbe route 212 qui traverse des montagnes de près de 4000 mètres à ...

day in Yellowstone N.P, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

day in Yellowstone N.P

A travel blog entry by nik-mitchell

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Spent day in south of park, drove in and headed toward Yellowstone lake stopping off at various geysers and spots with wildlife in, see an osprey flying over the river by after running back to pick up for camera missed the opportunity to get a good photo, ...

First day in Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

First day in Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by 2knightsabroad

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... that make us look at tourists different then we see ourselves. It's just what we are on this sightseeing trip! Entering Yellowstone we immediately are driving along rivers and forests, climbing the mountain with each bend in the road. We climb to 8,391 ...

Conversations 2: Attack of the Passengers, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Conversations 2: Attack of the Passengers

A travel blog entry by chegberg

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Brendan: We are having a great time the on the trip so far.  We left Yellowstone today and we are heading to Glacier National Park. We saw bison, lots of bison. Rebecca: OK, yes, we have seen lots of bison (aka buffalo) but we have seen lots of other ...

Wow!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Wow!

A travel blog entry by slowayround

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... ! And apparently only blows about every 14 hours, so we considered ourselves lucky to see it.  We camped on Yellowstone Lake where we could hear elk bugling almost constantly, it sounds like a synthesized elephant call, must have been mating ...

Yellowstone National Park - The Geyser Basins, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone National Park - The Geyser Basins

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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... Faithful to check out Lower and Midway geyser basin. These places have a few of the springs that you see in any picture book of Yellowstone. The interesting thing here was the weather - for 10 minutes it would be hot and the next it would be cold, and ...

Beautiful Beyond Belief, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Beautiful Beyond Belief

A travel blog entry by tchester

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... the Hoover Dam being much larger in scale. It took about an hour and a half to get to the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The first thing we saw was the Yellowstone Lake. It is the highest altitude lake in North America at just under 8,000 ...

Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by thomas.en.hanne

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... zorgt wel voor die extra spanning als je met z'n tweetjes door het ongerepte bos wandelt... Naast de mooie beestjes is Yellowstone eigenlijk ook een gigantische tijdbom: er ligt namelijk een grote vulkaan onder. Vandaar dat je ook hier en daar prachtige ...

Yellowstone here we come!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone here we come!

A travel blog entry by kare1322

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... towns in the US so we had to at least take a look.  It took us about 2 1/2 hours to make it down to Yellowstone National Park.  There were many beautiful sites to see on the drive and it only got better as we got closer.  When we made it ...

Travel to Yellowstone NP, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Travel to Yellowstone NP

A travel blog entry by olsentrip08

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... for the day at roughly 6.6 mpg.  At one spot, we paid $4.59 for gas.  Ouch.  The ride into Yellowstone via the east entrance was really beautiful however, they had several wild land fires going along the road which created fog like ...

Buffalo, Wyoming to Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Buffalo, Wyoming to Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by scoonpooh

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... and quiet. Once we got set up we read some of the info about the ranger led hikes - this is a must anytime your in a National Park. One hike that we could do was one nearby at Mud Volcano. Before going we checked out the visitor center at Fishing Bridge ...

Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by teasertool

Once you come off the main Interstate, there's a fair bit of ground to cover on plain old highways to get to Yellowstone. There's very little in the way of mainstream towns but it was good because that meant it hadn't been ruined by tourism. The roads are ...

Salt Lake City to the Yellowstone Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Salt Lake City to the Yellowstone Wyoming

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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We left Bryce, headed towards Zion National Park, & had a nice lunch at a nice restaurant.  Mike really wanted to drive the RV through the mile long tunnel into the Park.  Since being here previously, we found out that it will ...

Grand Tetons & Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Grand Tetons & Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by nadrahq

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Yellowstone National Park - quick stop at Jenny Lake. We decided to throw a few lines in real quick, but were attacked by swarms of mosquitoes. If we didn't run fast we would have been picked up and carried away, they are HUGE! We saw an Elk, a Mule ...

Yogi-Bear...here we come.  YELLOWSTONE NP., Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Yogi-Bear...here we come. YELLOWSTONE NP.

A travel blog entry by miniwanderers

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... the park tomorrow. Another main difference we have noticed in comparison to Australia is that in America you can take your dog into any National Park so long as you clean up after it and keep it under control on a lead.  This is something that would ...

Thar she blows!, Yellowstone National Park, United States travel blog

Thar she blows!

A travel blog entry by dhjv62a

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... 40's.  Brrrr! The geysers were spectacular.n  We hit the high points and hiked/walked when we could. A ranger in West Yellowstone, Montana told us about the Serengeti of Yellowstone.  We drove to the area around 6pm and found many bison and ...

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