Rustic inn Creekside Resort and Spa at Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Hot tub
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Well if you want to see wild life you have to get up early, so our tour kicked off at 6.30am with our Guide Jessie and her monster Mercedes minibus ready for anything. At least she brought the coffe to wake us up a bit. First she asked for a wild life wish list of what we wanted to see, our favourites were Moose and Grizzly Bears. Well, very early …
This morning we departed the Old Faithful Inn and headed for West Thumb Geyser Basin which sits right on the edge of Yellowstone Lake. More fantastic geothermal features but this time with the lake as the backdrop! Doesn't get much better than that. We left Yellowstone NP through the South Entrance and almost immediately had views of the Grand …
We arrived at Jackson airport on schedule around 430 to pick up our Nissan Rouge. We piled up the trunk and made our way to the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort and Spa for our first two nights stay. The weather was great so we decided to walk around the town square and peek into the souvenir shops and whatnot. We had dinner at the Million …
... area of Moose to put their naturalist skills in action. All groups explored a portion of the Snake River bottom. Along the hike, students had a view of the Murie Family Ranch. The Muries are very well known in this part of the country as advocates for wildlife preservation. They helped pass the 1964 Wilderness Act, and Mardy Murie also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1998, the highest ...
... Steamboat’s unexpected eruption and told us we were lucky to be seeing it’s “cool down”, which was pretty impressive. Sounded like a locomotive – ha, guess that’s why the name! We didn’t see much wildlife in the park (2 lone bison on our entire drive; 3 elk munching the green grass of a park Lodge), but immediately as we left Grand Teton National Park (which connects Yellowstone to the South) ...