Alpine Motel

Address: 120 Madison Ave, West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758-9549, United States | Motel
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Motel West Yellowstone

        Reviewed by casadelee

        A great older hotel

        Reviewed Jul 18, 2013
        by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        It was like checking into a friend's house. Brian and Patty , the owners were great!

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

        Reviewed by qfroaming

        A true GEM in a plethora of tourist traps

        Reviewed Sep 19, 2011
        by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        The Alpine Motel is the best motel in West Yellowstone. The owners - Brian and Patty, go to a lot of trouble to ensure that their guests are not only comfortable in the gorgeously decorated and spotlessly clean rooms, but are also made to feel so welcome. They were so friendly and helpful to me. I did not want to leave - I could have happily stayed there for another week. Thanks Brian & Patty.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Alpine Motel West Yellowstone

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        Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

        Yellowstone Road Trip

        A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 18, 2015

        1 comment, 26 photos

        ... just for us. We were so close we could hear them snorting and breathing (they breathe really loudly), see the steam from their nostrils and see the details of fur and horn. Got lots of bison photos, and watched in delight as one, then another of the large males pawed the ground around himself, then laid down to roll over and over getting his dust bath. Perfect end to this day visit to Yellowstone.

        On the road home through Grand ...

        Yellowstone National Park

        A travel blog entry by anderson2015 on Sep 16, 2015

        1 comment

        ... sky. 6. Geysers and big, strong and very hot. 7. There are now lots of wolves in Yellowstone. 8. Before roads went to Yellowstone, people didn't believe that it could be real, with big scalding mud pots and hot, steaming rivers and fountains of water. 9. Elk and Bison like to sit in the hot springs 10. Moose are taller than ...

        Yellowstone Nat'l Park - Day 1

        A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr on Aug 18, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        We packed up this morning and decided to still drive to see the Bighorn Canyon on our way to Yellowstone and I am glad we did because it was beautiful! It reminded me of the Grand Canyon, but less commercialized and with no one around. We drove up to the scenic overlook, and on the way passed through a wild horse range and we got to see a few mustangs along the road. At the overlook, we were supposed to see some BigHorn Sheep, but unfortunately ...

        Day 6 (Yellowstone National Park)

        A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 13, 2015

        ... Travelling northwards from Fishing Bridge, we came across the Mud Volcanos. Wanted to stop there to see the sight but, I think we're running out of time. But just ahead was the Hayden Valley. It's a large expense of marsh land with the Yellowstone River running through it and it is home to a large gathering of wildlife. We saw lots ducks in the river and on the hills are herds of deers and bison. There are many people gathered all along the roads, all out ...

        Wed morning

        A travel blog entry by timahawk on Sep 24, 2014

        3 comments, 5 photos

        ... Geyser Basin to see a number of multicolored pools, but the fog was so thick at around 10am therewe could only see subtle hints of the colors..darn! We still walked the boardwalk and planned on going to see Old Faithful while the mist bruns off. We staopped at the AMAZING Old. Faithful Inn...the worlds largest log cabin, must be five stories high, built in 1903-4 for $140000. I will try to ...