Anvil Motel

Address: 215 N. Cache St., Jackson, Wyoming, 83001, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 215 N. Cache St., Jackson, is near Mill Valley Sheepskin & Leather Co., Cache Creek/Game Creek Loop, Teton Mountaineering, and Jackson Hole Hat Co..
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    Travel Blogs from Jackson

    Up, Up, and Away

    A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jul 10, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... at about 2,000 feet above ground. We were eye-level with the tops of the Teton Mountain Range to our west. To the east was the Snake River. Directly below were cattle that now looked the size of ants. The winds slowly blew us northward. It was the most tranquil experience. We could occasionally hear birds singing below us. All other sounds at the surface of the earth faded away until we only had the occasional blow of the burner. We had changed altitude slowly enough ...

    We Just Love This Place

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Jun 04, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... all over the city. I could even get a job teaching theatre right now. :)

    So, on that note, we decide to drive back to the camper. No stops for animals on the way. We have been dogged by rain this whole trip, but luckily we don’t get caught in any. Once back at the camper, we can see the rain pounded the area while we were gone. Tomorrow, we’re up early on the hunt for some moose and a couple of bear. We’ll see how it goes.


    Trek Day No.12 - Jackson, Wyoming

    A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on May 23, 2015

    8 photos

    ... to have lunch before we were off horse riding. Not gonna lie it was pretty terrifying. At one point we were climbing up a really steep, muddy, narrow and really rocky path and I actually thought I was going to fall off. Luckily my horse (Wayne you will love this, he was called BJ) managed to keep his footing and he got me safely back without any incidents. Although saying that we had a bit of difficulty at first as he just wanted to eat grass and when I tried to stop him he ...

    Making hay while the sun shines

    A travel blog entry by david_rana on May 16, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... a convoy of vehicles filled with camera toters and a large grizzly loping across the meadow and eventually stopping the traffic as he crossed the main road and headed for the forest. Tick off another one! Homeward bound we stopped off to see the historic Mormon houses and barns which often form the foreground for photos of the Teton Range. Unfortunately the range was well enveloped in cloud but the barns were certainly great photographic ...

    A windy day of driving into Wyoming

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 11, 2014

    7 photos

    ... I crossed the border a week ago. I drove though miles of uninhabited landscape - probably part of the atomic laboratory. I think I read that it's 900 acres.

    I went into Pocatello for McD lunch and to buy groceries, then drove a long way around through Montpelier to get to Wyoming. It's a beautiful drive up the Snake River Canyon but crazy with traffic. Made a stop at Salt River Summit as I wanted some photos of the gorgeous splashes of colour I'd ...