Big Western Pines Motel

Address: 234 Firehole Avenue, West Yellowstone, Montana, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 234 Firehole Avenue, West Yellowstone, is near Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, Buffalo Bus Tours, National Geographic IMAX Theater, and Museum of the Yellowstone.
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        Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

        Grand Teton & Yellerstain

        A travel blog entry by ben.sklaroff on Sep 19, 2015

        26 photos

        ... as well as a bald headed eagle. We visited the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, saw huge waterfalls tumble into the gorge, and soaked up views over rolling plains, peppered with bison and prong horn. We visited the stunning Mammoth Springs, where underground water channels funnel 11,000 year old rain water down through limestone soils, eventually pushing back above ground to deposit the calcified minerals in beautiful travertine terraces, coloured by thermophilic algae.

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        Day 19 - Time for a rest in Yellowstone

        A travel blog entry by frostys on Aug 14, 2015

        15 photos

        ... drinks & snacks, but returned hastily saying bring your camera! I exited at speed no shoes onto the bike & Chris whisked me to see an Elk mum & her baby. We then returned to Frankle to have a restful few hours chatting & chilling. The walk to dinner was lovely & we meet a chef on route who informed us there were recent sighting of the grizzlys right by the lodges! We opted for the main Resturant where we sat looking down through ...

        Wildlife and more of the geothermal stuff

        A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 06, 2015

        17 photos

        ... fall, slightly crestfallen, we had to head back south. The views on the drive home were as spectacular as those on the way. As Iain and I took this in and as I talked way too animatedly about the rocks we were passing (thanks to my new book), Bryony snoozed in the comfort of her butterfly chair. Just to make us feel better, as we descended back into the caldera of Yellowstone, cars ahead of us slowed. Someone had spotted a huge elk on the edge of the forest! Hooray! It was our first of ...


        A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Jul 19, 2015

        36 photos

        ... of tunnels to get to it. The valley itself was very pretty, with some amazing rock formations. We then entered the national park, the first national park to be made. It continued to be very mountainous, and we reached 2500 meters of altitude. The woodland is evergreen, and there are large areas which have been burnt, natural forest fires are fairly common, and are allowed as part of the natural forest cycle. We drove quite a way, and around a ...

        Day 9: Yellowstone!

        A travel blog entry by psquared on Jun 22, 2015

        8 photos

        ... way to our next stop (Yellowstone Lake and Lake Hotel). I especially enjoyed this part of the ride because we were right next to the Yellowstone River which was absolutely gorgeous, and also because we saw a ton of wildlife! We were fortunate enough to see tons of bison, deer, and elk (see some pictures below)! We even witnessed a bison crossing the road, which was pretty darn cool. We took a quick stop to take pictures at the lake and to take a bathroom ...