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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Yodeler Motel Red Lodge
Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
... biker pulled up beside me and quickly jumped off his biked saying we had 15 minutes (plus or minus 10 minutes) to get to it so we hurried along, joined the small city of people already lining all view areas that also knew there was a "schedule" and sure enough she was right on time.
Leaving Old Faithful, I rounded the base of the loop and began the ...
... fellows next to tellemark skiis. Yikes!! At one point we pulled over to watch through binoculars, a herd of shaggy white mountain goats. They had found a small patch of grass among these Boulder strewn fields. The only other critters we spied were the Marmots darting between the rocks and delicate patches of windflowers. Red Lodge is nestled in the Valley and exists for the pleasures of hikers ...
... down in the canyon and gets you close to the falls. I'm sure it's fantastic but we didn't want to wear ourselves out so early! Instead we drove around to the north rim and a view point called Brink of the Upper Falls. From there you're standing just above the falls. Video attached! After a picnic lunch we decided to do something a little different and headed out of the park at the northeast entrance which is in Montana. That takes my tally of new states up to 8! We headed ...
... couldn't help but wonder if this is what it would be like. At one point we reached an altitude of 10,500 feet. At 8:49 am we came upon a construction stop on the highway for about 25 minutes. A pilot truck led us through the construction site. We were in Shoshone National Forest when we noticed that we had crossed back into Montana at 9:55 am. After driving through Cooke City, we arrived at the Silver Gate (northeast) of Yellowstone ...
We headed out at 7:40 am on Hwy 90 through Sheridan. It felt like we were climbing to a higher altitude. We saw a herd of deer grazing in the grasslands cohabiting with cows dotted along the hillsides. Once in Montana we drove by Fort Custer near Little Bighorn Battlefield east of Hardin. We also passed through the Crow Indian Reservation. There were all kinds of casinos in the area. We saw fields ...