Moose Creek Inn

119 Electric Street, West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758, United States | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

Grand day on the grand circuit

A travel blog entry by sirnick


... by wolves). Afterwards, the drivers could not get the vehicle in which I was riding restarted. Most of our party were packed into the remaining Bombardiers and moved to Madison Warming Hut and then back to Old Faithful. Three of us plus the tour director volunteered to stay with the crippled vehicle until rescued. We all made it back to the lodge just in time for ...

Who Likes Mondays

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... a unique color scheme and makes it look like gold. It's better than any corner office view I've ever seen.

The canyon is 1,200 feet deep in some areas and the Yellowstone River between the upper and lower falls is 600 feet down from the rim and parking area. I set off on the switchback trail with Scott, Bill and Susan following. The rain starts again and quickly turns to sleety snow. Our elevation is nearly 8000 feet, so it ...

Yellowstone Nationalpark

A travel blog entry by tem


... to hear the wildlife around us.

To find a campground wasn't always easy, the campgrounds in the park were full of locals, already closed for the season or not for tents (grizzly bears around). We always found a site, but sometimes had to drive a few miles outside of the park. At this time of the year are many retired Americans travelling, we didn't meet many travellers in our age or from ...

"It's all about the baby trees"

A travel blog entry by laura_pier


... Lake. Fires are common in the park and are allowed to burn as long as there is no danger to buildings, visitors and employees. There is evidence of past forest fires almost everywhere you look. In fact, fire is essential to the park's survival. It's the only way the forest can regenerate itself. When the lodgepole pine trees burn the heat melts the resin on the pine cones and releases the seeds. That of course allows for new ...

Taking Pictures

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn


Watching Em take pictures on this trip is a real pleasure. Long days, open spaces, and large mountains are posing all kinds of lighting dilemmas she's learning to work around. We designated her our official geyser photographer here at Yellowstone, and she's taken the responsibility quite seriously, going up and out and past is on trails to get the best shots, the best angles. She's got an awesome ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on 119 Electric Street, West Yellowstone, is near Buffalo Bus Tours, National Geographic IMAX Theater, Museum of the Yellowstone, and Two Top.
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