Almo Inn

3020 Elba/Almo Road, Almo, Idaho, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 3020 Elba/Almo Road, Almo, is near City Of Rocks National Reserve.
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    The trip so far

    A travel blog entry by jandal on Aug 08, 2014


    ... cold. So sorry about the weather.Despite this we saw some wondrous sights-

    -hotpools for bison

    -talking elk

    -berry eating bears

    -the iconic Old Faithful

    -and finally the osprey over the falls

    We drove out to the Craters of The Moon NP and did a bit of lava ...

    Day 10

    A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... around. We started at the visitor centre which is also the official view point for the Wyoming Elk Reserve. Every year the 5000 or so elk that summer up in the surrounding hills migrate down here where Park Rangers ensure there is enough food for them to eat. We tried to find a cowboy hat for Amanda without much success, and Matt's head is apparently too big even for the extra large sizes! Maybe we'll ...

    Twin Falls, ID

    A travel blog entry by corymontogmery on Aug 01, 2014

    16 photos

    ... there is not much in between. It has this beautiful canyon in the middle of the town. At the bottom of the canyon there is a really nice golf course which I found funny. We didn't do much here. We ate at Outback and crashed. The next morning we went to a SAMs club type grocery store to get food for lunch since we didn't know what the drive would be like through the rest of Idaho and Oregon. Miles travelled: 502 Hours on the road: 9 Total miles: 3007 Total hours: ...

    Lots More than Potatoes Here--ROCKS!

    A travel blog entry by lstoneham on Aug 26, 2012

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... Land inside the reserve may be privately owned, as it was in the case of the City of Rocks. The land is used by ranchers for cattle grazing.

    City of Rocks looks like a dismantled rock-built city of the Stone Age in a romantic valley . Originally home to the Shoshone-Bannock Indians, beaver trappers followed, and afterwards emigrants on the California Trail starting in 1843. City of ...

    Day12............. Dead Horse State Park

    A travel blog entry by travelredgang on Jun 05, 2006

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Day 12 We went to Dead Horse State Park today. Beautiful overlooks and trails but no four wheel drivin roads. We stopped at the Dead Horse SP visitors center and got a terrible map, from a nice young feller. He told us to go back out the park to Hwy 313. We were to take the WIDE dirt road to the right....he gave us no mileage or markers to find ...