Hi-Country Inn

689 South Washington Street, Afton, Wyoming, 83110, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 689 South Washington Street, Afton.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hi-Country Inn Afton

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Travel Blogs from Afton

The trip so far

A travel blog entry by jandal on Aug 08, 2014

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... cold. So sorry about the weather.Despite this we saw some wondrous sights-

-hotpools for bison

-talking elk

-berry eating bears

-the iconic Old Faithful

-and finally the osprey over the falls

We drove out to the Craters of The Moon NP and did a bit of lava ...

Day 18 Powell,WY Bound (Grand Teton & Yellowst

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 07, 2014

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... stopped for grizzly bear! Very cool! Dad got a good picture with telephoto lens. Left Grand Tetons and drove right into Yellowstone National Park. Amazing! We will be during more of Yellowstone with Dianna and Dave & Cheryl next week. Did stop for a few pictures, one was a cow elk eating along side the road! Should be at Dianna's in about an hour. What a great day! ( I thought it was going to be a long 9 hour drive with out much ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 07, 2014

... until you round the very last corner on the trail. White water rafting was a very worth while activity we both got very wet, well Matt a bit more than me. As well as the class 3 rapids that we navigated we saw, presumably, a pair of mated Bald Eagles, a Beaver and an adolescent Bald Eagle (distinctive because they still have brown feathers on their head). Matt also couldn't resist the urge to jump in the water for swim. ...

Aug 6 and 7 - Travel Days to Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by janet306 on Aug 06, 2014

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We had two long days of driving to get to Yellowstone. The first night we stopped in Rawlins, Wyoming. The campground was clean and had full services but was completely devoid of trees and was basically a parking lot! We had a late and very mediocre meal at a restaurant nearby and were in bed as soon as we got back to the camper. Unfortunately, yesterday, Reig and ...

Salt Lake City

A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 24, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... Lake is over 250,000 years old. It was formed by fault subsidence that continues today, slowly deepening the lake along the eastern side.
We had a farewell dinner at the Roof Restaurant. The views of Temple Square and Downtown Salt Lake City were breathtaking. After dinner our bus driver who is Mormon gave us a tour of Temple Square. First we saw the Salt Lake Temple which was constructed from granite over ...