Beartooth Inn of Cody

Address: 2513 Greybull Highway, Cody, Wyoming, 82414-9604, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 2513 Greybull Highway, Cody, is near Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue, Cody Trolley Tours, Red Canyon Wild Mustang Tour, and The Buffalo Bill Reservoir.
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      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by govgal on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... I arrived in Cody after dark, and my GPS was confused, so I had to rely on my iPhone for the correct directions. At some point in the dark, I hit a bump that was not well marked, and I am thinking at that point that my plastic buckles broke, because when I finally found the correct house, the backpack was hanging not quite to the ground with only the duct tape holding it on. Thanks goodness for friends who could help me fix it and proceed ...

      Further north

      A travel blog entry by miri0788 on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... Wouldn't recommend staying there again, although the rest of the campground (tent and RV sites) is arranged really nice.

      Route: Rawlins - Lander - Riverton - Thermopolis - Cody, WY
      Weather: mostly rainy and stormy with some sun inbetween. Temperatures between 10-19C.
      Miles: 306 miles (~493 km)
      Accommodation: Ponderosa Campground, Teepee Tent; $ 30,24 incl. tax (~ € 23,60)

      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by bazookatie on Aug 28, 2014

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      Just visited Yellowstone. Amazing. I didn't realize how enormous the park is. It took us a few hours just to drive through the park, not including stops. We didn't hike much, but we were able to see a petrified tree, The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, the Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful, and many hot springs and mud pots. Okay, now for those like me who aren't sure what these things mean, here's your glossary: Petrified tree- a redwood that was covered in ...

      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 16, 2014

      ... so stopping at many viewing points for scenery or thermals and finished up at Lake Yellowstone which is one of the highest lakes in the Rockies. By about 3.30pm we had seen enough and headed out the East entrance which again was some 40 kilometres of steep winding road away. Once exiting the park the road was jammed with traffic and we followed heaps of large RV's, making about 60kph at best! Some of the 5th wheeler type outfits had another trailer hitched as well, carrying gear, boats ...

      Beartooth or Bare Truth?

      A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 09, 2014

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      ... I parked the Jeep and let Lacey out. She immediately began sniffing everything… it doesn’t take much to keep her entertained. I took out the backpack, strapped on the .44 and grabbed my jacket. Lacey and I made our way over the footbridge across the stream and walked past the first of the deserted buildings.

      It was lunchtime and we walked over to a pile of logs and an old post and rail fence. I got out the insulated lunch ...