Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... the mountain for some amazing views (and a little more hiking up from the chair lift to a higher vantage point).
Unfortunately Ava set her hand on some kind of cactus plant (which seemed quite uncomfortable) and then she proceeded to twist her ankle on the way down the mountain toward the chair lift. She was not the happiest hiker at that time.
When we got down the chair lift (it took at least 10-15 minutes each ...
... and I noticed a sign that said "Flintstones Theme Park". I thought to myself "OMG it is a Flintstones Theme Park and I just have to check this out". So I yelled "Daddy you need to park this RV RIGHT NOW".
Dad and I rode the train together (Ava was hanging back with Mom still in denial that we actually were going in). After the train ride we hooked up with Ava and Mom and then we walked to the town of Bedrock where we toured all kinds ...
Yesterday we arrived in Big Sky!
Monday morning we packed up all our stuff once again, and with our truck absolutely stuff to the gills, we left Cody, headed north and west through Yellowstone to Big Sky. The ride through the park was exciting. We stopped at Yellowstone Lake for a photo op, taking a few moments to skip rocks and feel the chilly, clear water. It was so beautiful up there, and we felt like we were on the moon. The animal spottings were plenty. ...
... not the skis!
In hindsight, it was quite interesting analysing my reaction to these challenges and I realised that I had been giving in mentally and wasn’t thinking clearly about how to negotiate my way down the slopes. It made me realise how much our thinking affects our responses in life generally. If I faced each slope with the thought that ‘this is too steep’ then my fears grew but if I reminded myself that I could do turns and ...
... at 'Word of Mouth', a local bar with fine dining just across the street from our hotel. We observed some of the locals and realized that this place is not too different from Swiss ski resorts in the off season. Families celebrating birthdays, teens playing pool, waiters recommending the most expensive bottles on the menu... Good ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility