BEST WESTERN PLUS By Mammoth Hot Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with the occasional vertigo tossed in for fun. The colors of the ancient earth with the thin skin of trees on top was very impressive with the ribbon of big river below. Homer took bear spray point guard for this trail. Every hundred feet was a different view and perspective. We spotted some type of hoof tracks our best guess an elk ewe. After we got to the final point, i must admit , it was only slightly disappointing as we couldnt see the main waterfall from this ...
... to school. She was really nice and great with the horses. John our rafting guide who is from California and comes here to work in the summer and lives with all the guides on a "ranch" consisting of many different living arrangements including a TeePee and a bus. Mae, Peter, Lauren and Aubrey, a family that was on the same activity schedule with us.
Activities: Horseback riding in the AM and white water rafting down the Yellowstone river in the ...
We got up early to get ready for our Yellowstone Tour. We were picked up at 7:30, and were the first ones on the bus, so we got the best seats! Our guide, Steve, was a retired park ranger with 33 years of service. We had a small bus of only 13 people, which included one obnoxious 3 year old with no manners or discipline. Our first stop was Mammoth Hot Springs. What an amazing sight, boiling water spewing out of the ground, running down the hills. We then entered the Norris ...
... is a Main Street for buying water stained shirts and such. We started with groceries. We also got some souvenir shirts and gifts at our usual outfitter. Ana was a maniac here. Then we got Dairy Queen lunch and headed back into YNP to eat it at Nez Perce Creek. After lunch, we played in the shallow, but swift creek waters. Ana was so happy to splash that she had trouble concentrating on lunch. Andrew was letting himself float over the rapids. These are the moments life is ...
... and farmland. It is rather chilly and we encounter a dusting of snow in Ashton ID Welcome to Ashton, Idaho | Ashton Chamber of Commerce. We made it to our favorite RV Park in West Yellowstone… arrive late in the afternoon and check into the Hide-Away RV Park West Yellowstone RV ...