Silver Gate Cabins

109 US HWY 212, Silver Gate, Montana, 59081, United States | Campground
 

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Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by robno1065

19

... T Shirt and we were away again.

Not far out of Jackson we entered the Teton National Park,
Snow covered Peaks to the left and open range to the right, and we headed for
the Visitors Information Centre. The displays here and advice were brilliant,
but armed with info about bears, mountain lions, moose, elk and kyotes we were
full of anticipation. It is hard to make a choice of what ...

Yellowstone part Duex and to Sheridan MT.

A travel blog entry by swenners

3

... and only had to wait 10 minutes or so for eruption. We walked around the geyser basin at OF. Saw other geyser eruptions and many springs. Choose not to wait around for the other geysers to erupt as that would have been 2-4 hours. Saw artists paint pots((bubbling mud). Left the park in less than 24 hours saw two grizzlies, plenty of bison, elk, coyotes, sandhill cranes, blue herons and I am sure we saw something else we ...

Short but stunning ride

A travel blog entry by bartlind

9

... Canyon. The Yellowstone river is still very powerful considering it is the end of summer. The canyon was just stunning in colour and drama. We walked a lot today.

We also shopped and had lunch at the Canyon Village and decided not to go onto Mammoth and just enjoyed the area instead. It was a special place that deserved the day.
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Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by laura_pier

1
9

... fire but the trails are starting to open up again. The lake is gorgeous!! We took some family photos and sat for a while relaxing in the sunshine. The weather has been okay while we have been here but today was perfect. Dry cool air, bright blue sky, warm sun. At one point Ron and I walked further down the lakeshore to see some pelicans that had landed on the water. On our way we saw a park ranger looking at the sand. She told us that she was looking for tracks because ...

Yellowstone,once more.

A travel blog entry by gvw

19

... buffalo/bison of course, few deer, couple squirrels but no bears, coyotes, wolves. Too hot for them this time of year, I think, they are all hiding. Stopped at Mammoth Hot Springs, Lower Falls and canyon, the falls are quite spectacular. Lots of tourists about once again. We called in to the Irma Motel on way home for some chicken wings and a couple of drinks Friday 19th July

Greg and I went to ...

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