Yellowstone Park Travelodge

Address: 109 Hell Roaring St, Gardiner, Montana, 59030, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 109 Hell Roaring St, Gardiner, is near Beaver Ponds Loop Trail and Osprey Falls Trail.
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      Paddle a Horse Up the River

      A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 10, 2014

      29 photos

      ... paddle and try to lock the handles together and lean way back off the sides of the boat. Of course, the handles don't hold well and splash. He also took us to a natural spring leaking into the river. They've created a little hottub on the side. Super cool. HOT burning water flowing into the river. This kids mudded up their faces with Daniel...Rummy.

      It was such a great day. We ended with dinner at a local pizza place. It was good, especially after ...

      Day 12

      A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 08, 2014

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      We entered Yellowstone National Park and the first thing we saw was a Grizzly Bear eating by the side of the road! Rangers were there to ensure the crowds didn't get too close and alarm it, apparently it is very rare to see these beasties so quite a good start. We made a stop off at Old Faithful to see the (relatively) predictable ...

      The River Runs Through It

      A travel blog entry by pattikak on Aug 01, 2014

      48 photos

      ... so I suppose they were deep in the woods eating and eating and eating.

      It took us 12 hours to drive through Yellowstone and the small portion of the Grand Teton park. Needless to say, we were really tired when we got back to camp. We made the decision to just hang out in camp on Friday.

      Saturday we were refreshed and anxious to hit the road again. Sturgis, home of the famous motorcycle rally, here we come!

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      A Feast For The Eyes

      A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 30, 2014

      22 photos

      ... here. They look so other worldly steaming up from the ground and they leave such a foul smell in the air. Some are very large while others are small little pools. Some ooze a milky white and some are bubbling cauldrons of liquid grey earth. It's hard to imagine how hot our earth's core is to cause these kinds of things to take place. Makes you feel a bit like your sitting on a time bomb! There are rivers and waterfalls that ...

      North loop of Yellowstone

      A travel blog entry by billc507 on Jun 29, 2014

      Today we started off by picking up a gourmet packed lunch from Subway for a picnic later in the day. Traffic was heavy entering the park but not too bad as we drove toward Mammoth Springs in the north. Saw a lot of wild life from the car. We saw a bison hitch hiking. We only stopped long enough for a up close pic. Bison and coyote's like to stop traffic while they take there time crossing roads. This was our ...