Yellowstone Park Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Gardiner
... much of southern Colorado...big hills, sparse pine and poplar that look as if the whole place is intentionally landscaped, with multi-colored gresses and sage.....it looked like prime grizz country for sure. We took the dirt road up to the campground and on the return we were lu ky enough to see the normally inapproachable Pronghorn Sheep, a mLe and his harem. They walked right across the road and we got many close up pics. They look like they belong in the African ...
... still caused a major traffic jam with tourists grabbing their cameras, iPads and iPhones while the elk are totally oblivious to all the comotion. After ten or so of these encounters you tend to speed by the crowds in favor of wildlife you haven't yet seen or the truly remarkable shot.
Just inside the Valley we saw a large number of cars pulled off the highway and down a side road next to Slough Creek. There were literally dozens of animal spotters perched on ...
... stops or delays to Old Faithful. Plan to stay in Old Faithful for an hour in case you miss the blow (its 90-120 minutes between blows). if you are afraid of heights and sailing off a cliff, beware of the east upper loop. Restaurants: We woke up to a gorgeous Montana morning. Had our breakfast and began our Yellowstone journey. Our plan was to drive down to Old Faithful at the bottom of the lower loop, about an hour and a half without ...
... like strong guardians. I could stay here a long time.
We started back up into Yellowstone on the east road and found that while the west road had all those amazing geysers the east road seems to have a lot more wildlife. We saw herds of elk and buffalo and some mule deer. We even saw a black bear digging around on a hillside. It's really an awesome experience to see wildlife in their natural habitat. You might get a closer ...
... We saw other geysers and springs that were more dramatic but not as timely in their belching and smoking as Old Faithful. Saw beautiful Lake Yellowstone. It's the largest highest lake in North America. Over a mile up with a highest temp in the summer of about 66. Would't want to swim in it. Saw some boaters. Generally people only fish in the streams. Wading out in hip boots or sitting on the edge. We saw hundreds ...