Lava Mountain Lodge

Address: 3577 US Hwy 26, Dubois, Wyoming, 82513, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 3577 US Hwy 26, Dubois, is near Wind River Mountain Range.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLava Mountain Lodge Dubois

      Reviewed by brianpk

      Beautiful and delicious

      Reviewed Jun 19, 2013
      by (7 reviews) Macon , United States Flag of United States

      The room was clean, warm and big. I had some elk stew over biscuits that was delicious. Great conversation with another patron and the server behind the bar. Huge selection of beers. I had a hard time connecting on my phone to service. I use Sprint. I was told Verizon was better.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Lava Mountain Lodge Dubois

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Dubois

      In Dubois (pronounced: 'dooboyz')

      A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Aug 01, 2013

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... nearly 70,000 Mormons, crossed the plains in wagons or on foot to get out West. Here, at Devil's Gate, a group of Mormons found themselves trapped in an early winter storm in October 1856. Brigham Young in Salt Lake City decided to send rescue teams east to save them. It's a very moving story, including several personal testimonies, which was told at the center. Earlier I had read that Gutzon Borglum's parents had pulled ...

      D28 - ISGE D3 - Pushing, Party, and Pizza!

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 15, 2012

      13 photos

      ... late, around 12:45 PM. There was no real rush to get to camp, the X being 4 easy miles South. We also took the time to make 2 breakfasts due to an excess of food (for once!). Kudos to corn cakes and cheesy grits. I'd never had cheesy grits before. Not bad at all.

      Outside of an 80 foot climb when crossing the river right near camp, the entire hike was downhill. Superb. We hiked it very quickly, getting ...

      D27 - ISGE D2 - Group Effort

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 14, 2012

      33 photos

      ... through it and end the day on a positive note. Team awareness and hard work prevailed. We put all of the skills to use that we'd learned and/or practiced over the last 27 days: Navigation, Leadership, Off-Trail Confidence, First Aid, GPS, and of course, good cooking. It felt like a lab practicum at the end of the semester. And based on the fact that we got to the X safely and were going to bed with bellies full, I'm inclined to give us all a big, fat A+ ...

      D25 - On Our Own

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 12, 2012

      17 photos

      ... into small groups to look for the trail. Eventually, we found that we should have gone right instead of left and got back on the trail. That 15 minute mix up, the fact that it was a pretty hot day, and that we had run so low on Aquamira, our water treatment chemical, that we could each only fill up on one extra liter of water on the trail, could have led to some angriness and tension, but it didn't. Everyone enjoyed the day and made the most of the ...

      D24: To Use the Toilet or Not?...and The Star

      A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 11, 2012

      39 photos

      ... idea of how to handle a broken bone should one occur on independent travel. We don't carry a "splint kit" or anything of that kind. You simply have to make do with what you have and whatever you can find around you. In my group, Lily "had a broken right arm", and we ended up making a splint by tying a 2 foot, 1 inch thick stick to her arm with handkerchiefs, wrapping her arm in a long sleeve shirt for padding, then by putting her arm in a sling with my blue ...