4 Winds

150 N. Millward St., Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Jackson

    Jackson Family

    A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Aug 25, 2014

    14 photos

    We were so glad to leave Yellowstone and that freezing weather! We had a quick stop at Jenny Lake and admired the Grand Teton mountain range at lunch. Jackson was the next stop and the location of Mick who we met in New Zealand, while he lives in America for half of the year.

    We came in and set up camp, and plans were in the air to try and indulge in normal life again. We went out for a meal, we ...

    Transformers and Swiss towns!!

    A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jul 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to stop (finding parking for an RV can be a little tricky sometimes!) but the town looked really cool. We decided that we will have to visit again one day – Severin for the Skiing, me for the film festival!

    Today and the previous day were mostly driving days to get some miles behind us and nearer to Yellowstone. After a night at Lake Walcott in Idaho we carried on to Wyoming where we drove through a really cool little town called Jackson that apparently a lot of ...

    Day 15: Thunderstorm!

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... The girls were sad. I took A out to find a painted rock (a game hosted by the KOA - if the kids find a painted rock they get a ice pop) and we searched for a while, and eventually one was found.

    I cooked dinner tonight, and the girls said it was the best dinner ever. Now D says that she's letting me cook all the time. Early bedtime, since we're all so exhausted.

    Photos later
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    Rotten eggs amongst the freshest scenery

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 16, 2014

    ... to live with such protected peace and tranquility (bar the tourists). Yellowstone had started to feel like a huge safari park where visitors play 'spot the animal'. It was quite an exciting experience as we weren't sure what we would see next! Moving on. We passed more and more bison and started to feel a little less excited by this sight; we wanted to see some wolves or bears, but all we kept spotting was bison. After a while, the bison could have been cows, there were that ...

    Geology, Geography, & Fire Ecology

    A travel blog entry by tetons2012 on May 27, 2014

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... gates of the park by driving north past the Moose Visitor Center to the the trailhead for our hike to Taggert and Bradley Lakes, which are located at the base of the Tetons. Taggert Lake (elevation 6,902 feet) was formed by a glacier flowing from Avalanche Canyon. As the glacier emerged from the mountains it scraped out a basin and dropped ridges of rock (called moraines) around the edges. When the glacier melted, water filled ...