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

    Yellowstone Animals! (By, Claire)

    A travel blog entry by mhfamily on Jul 03, 2015

    1 photo

    ... someone told us. I was so excited!! If you put a black bear and a grizzly bear together I would know which one is which. Here is why, the difference between the black bear and the grizzly bear is a grizzly bear is bigger than the black bear and it is also more brown. That was my adventure in seeing animals at Yellowstone! ...

    Geological wonderment

    A travel blog entry by dajackso on Jun 23, 2015

    4 photos

    ... day) where Rocinante had her bathie. Six hours to Yellowstone and we were parked in front of the Lake Hotel where we met up with our pal/guide, Carolyn McClure, who has worked in YNP for 12 years, mostly as Mgr of the "high end" gift store. There we found also our daughter-in-law, Megan and Grands Pug (11) and Carly (9) who had driven in from Park City the day before.
    We next convened to our abode in the RV lot, had home cooked grub and swapped adventure stories. In the ...

    A long drive through Yellowstone & Grand Tetons

    A travel blog entry by jdbrower on Jun 03, 2015

    38 photos

    ... of the road had three dozen cars crawling by for their photo shoot. A couple miles down the road was a field with more than 50, and an elk. The "Grand Canyon of Yellowstone" lives up to its name. We stopped at the lower falls viewpoint. It took a while because there are a lot of different angles of the falls you can walk to. Then we headed to Yellowstone lake and had lunch. Then we continued along Lewis lake and down to Grand Teton National park. The ...

    Yellowstone National Park day 2

    A travel blog entry by nboersma on Aug 25, 2014

    4 comments, 46 photos

    ... the fog is thick as soup and when we get there we will have to wait a few hours for the fog to lift.

    This canyon feature is 20 miles long with widths of 1,500 to 4,000 feet. The upper falls is 109 feet tall and the lower falls are 308 feet. We start with the south rim and drive to Artist Point to see the lower falls. Spectacular is a great word. Then on ...

    The Day of the Bison

    A travel blog entry by mattandjen on Aug 12, 2014

    16 photos

    ... which was very exciting. Soon after, we were sitting among a heard of over 100 of them! In your head you know a Bison is big. Having one wander up beside you really brings it home. As Sarah said "you wouldn't want to mess with him!"

    It seemed that from that point on we could not escape the Bison. We did the 70 mile southern loop of Yellowstone enjoying rivers, mountains, thermals and wildlife having to stop at one point to let (ok, he insisted) ...