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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... no refills for us. We completed the lower loop of the park. Magical scenery – rivers, mountains. Lakes, bubbling mud pools, wildlife, waterfalls. I’d hate to come here in peak season as the traffic was horrendous. Rich took a bit of an off road detour on the bike at one stage which resulted in a slight marital tiff and a slap across the back of the helmet! He did however save us about 45 mins. In all we saw about 10 ...
... to the Norris area and stopped to see some more colourful springs. Whilst there it started to rain as usual but then turned into huge hail stones which settled on the ground so it looked like it had been snowing. Very random considering its so hot here. One last stop at Fairy Falls turned out to be a great decision as we finally spotted a black bear! Luckily we were far enough away to observe it for a while. Great end to a brilliant week in ...
... was 5pm and we were not sure where we were going to stay, so we headed west and continued out of Yellowstone.
We ended up at West Yellowstone, which is just outside the Wyoming boarder in Montana. I was a little shocked that we were in Montana, as I did not think that we were heading that way. When we looked at the map, we are down at the very bottom of Montana. We found a bed for the night, checked in and then went off exploring. There were quite ...
... only animal we saw was a pronghorn (they look like antler) The hike end at penis rock & the thermal features. By the time we finished the hike Jim & Vik had checked into the cabins. The cabins are so cute with a little veranda out the front & a view of Bunsen Mountain, two double beds, toilet & bathroom. A few nippie poos to help settle us into our cabins then off to the boiling river, this is where thermal springs feed into the Gardiner river ...
... is actually more steps (328 of them; it originally had 528 steps and rope ladders) than trail. It must have been quite an engineering and construction feat to put in the supports, the steps, and the railings. The trail/steps descend approximately 3/4 of the way down into the canyon to an overlook right out in front of the Yellowstone Lower Falls. A superb vantage point. Needless to say, we took a batch of pictures before climbing back out -- good ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed