Inn at Jackson Hole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
Travel Blogs from Teton Village
Wow, I'm so pooped! We went sightseeing for like 12 hours today. My parents are so hardcore. They are like energizer bunnies. I can't keep up. We are staying in Teton Village (a ski resort in Jackson Hole), and I really want to go to the whirlpool... hmm, yeah, I think I'm going to go! Will update this later. But I must say, Yellowstone is …
... in an activity on master tracking.
Tomorrow morning, we will load the bus at 6:15 a.m. to head into Yellowstone National Park. This year we will be taking a different route due to a bit of road construction. Upon leaving TSS, we will head towards Teton Pass between Wilson, WY and Victor, ID. It is the highest mountain pass in the western United States. For the first time in the history of this trip, students will have ...
... d see him chomp twice, throw his head back and swallow, then move on. We saw an elk, a baby elk, many, many bison, a white pelican, an eagle, a northern harrier. We saw more animals in our 3 days in Yellowstone than we saw on our entire bike trip! The whole visit was a great experience! One of our good laughs at Yellowstone was all the warnings we saw and heard about not flying drones in the park. Apparently someone crashed a drone into one of the ...
... Lily Mountain.
Emma: this has been edited by Emma for fear of making another incident. When I suggested a game of kickball after dinner one evening, she looked at me disgusted and stomped off. Later, she claimed it was HANGER (angry due to hunger) and offered a hug.
Rob: (okay, this one will jump a little ahead in the timeline since I have to catch up some days when I am without wifi) while at Yellowstone visiting the Prismatic Pools, the entrance and exit ...
We awoke at 7.00am to no rain, no thunderstorms and no bears! Only a moose strolling nearby camp. With only toilet facilities here, sadly not even a wash was practical so it was a quick change all round before the breakfast team began setting up. With a long hike ahead of us, porridge was the best start to the day. After breakfast we prepared a picnic lunch before the big clean up! With the moose still grazing only a few metres away, it seemed only right to take a photo which many of ...