Cascade Lodge

Address: North Rim Dr. at Grand Loop Road, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, 82190, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on North Rim Dr. at Grand Loop Road, Yellowstone National Park, is near Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Artist Point, South Rim Trail, and Canyon Village Yellowstone.
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    Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park

    Day 19

    A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 21, 2014

    40 photos

    ... get there. My journey took 5 hours of driving!!! Granted I stopped along the way to see the other sites, but my goodness Yellowstone is HUGE!!! The road twists and turns the entire way and varies from 25 to 45 mph. I stopped for a nice walk along the river to give myself a break, and then pulled over to Yellowstone Lake to make some lunch and eat on top of Cruzer's roof. I find I get the best views that way, and Cruzer doesn't seem to mind ;). It's so interesting to ...

    National Park

    A travel blog entry by taygar9 on Sep 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... During the night a we encountered a bear and cubs.

  • They were very peaceful and just went on by, although it was a huge scare!!
  • The last leg of my hike was very peaceful and I took my time. I hiked 8 miles and ended up at the beautiful old faithful geysers!! Check out my pictures of it!
  • Man it was a great couple of days.
  • Well, its times to get some sleep.
  • Tomorrow, I head out early in the ...

  • Yellowstone National Park

    A travel blog entry by amandarrell on Sep 08, 2014

    4 comments, 53 photos

    ... of Yellowstone that was brilliant was the abundance of wildlife - we saw hundreds of bison, frequently standing by the roadside or ambling casually across the road, stopping the traffic. Many of the animals seem unconcerned by the proximity of humans, particularly the deer who wandered through our campsite on a regular basis. Despite all the warnings about bears throughout the park, we didn't see any or hear ...

    Yellowstone... and a Grizzly Up Close

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 29, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... east entrance and came upon a car pulled over and a lady with a camera looking to the side of the road. I slowed… and there he was, a bear happily enjoying himself in a huckleberry patch at the edge of the road. I quickly pulled over but stayed in the truck. The bear didn’t seem to care so, after a minute or so, I got out, keeping the Jeep between the bear and me. He was about 30 feet away and a closer look revealed… huge size, small ...

    Getting into hot water

    A travel blog entry by beaky on Jul 16, 2014

    14 photos

    ... hot water mixing with underlying limestone making a weak acid that dissolves parts of the rock which are then deposited as it cools, forming in some cases terrace like features.

    Some of the terraces were quite impressive in size and appearance but overall we both felt a bit disappointed with this area. It didn’t have quite the excitement of the more active features we’d seen the day before. Pallette Spring was ...