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... lake was frozen over and unfortunately, we didn't see any wildlife... I reckon they've all gone into hibernation already, although the park staff kept telling us that it was a great time to spot them as they're stocking up their bellies for winter... Anyway, we made a few stops along the way-Beryl Spring, Gibbon Falls, the Norris Geyser Basin (which was STINKY!!!!) and a very brief stop at Mammoth Hot Springs. The weather ...
... unloaded the tri-pod and set up the spotting scope… we purchased a 60 power Swarovski scope over a year ago and got it set up and focused… we could see the bears working on the carcass and would roll it around… they started on the ribs, and later in the day worked back to the hams… it was great to watch them work through the pecking order and hold off the wolves… as they ate through the Bison they’d let one of ...
... stopped at Mammoth Hot Springs, peaking in the visitor’s center. It was pretty late and we had about 1 hour left to go before we were home, so we decided we best get going. Then, about 5 miles before the last junction to the west gate (near West Yellowstone – about 20 minutes from our campsite), there was a horrible car accident. At first we thought someone was watching some fantastic wildlife, but after 10 minutes of sitting still, ...
This morning we went up through Colter Pass, el 8048ft, & briefly travelled through Montana before coming back into Wyoming & entering Yellowstone Ntl Park. The road on this section was incredible. Our first stop was at Mammoth Hot Springs where there were lots of hot springs & we did a walk around the lower terrace area. Next stop was the ...
... Faithful (thank goodness for
heated restrooms!) and soon after we arrived Old Faithful went off. Not the
most impressive display (we saw it again later and it was amazing back dropped
against a azure blue sky) because of all the steam with no breeze to blow it
away from the jetting water. The kids had a fabulous time playing in the snow –
which was over a foot deep either sides of the shoveled walk paths. Driving
back we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed