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

    Picnic by the lake

    A travel blog entry by tom1100 on Aug 01, 2015

    18 photos

    Kim and Tom were the first ones up, as usual. Decided to go see Old Faithful before breakfast. Walked around the geyser and got a good view of the eruption from a different vantage point. We breathed the noxious air as we viewed the many geysers, pools and fumers. Matthew, Stacey and Tom went to a Kids Ranger talk about geysers so that Matthew could mee that part of the Jr Ranger requirement. Then we went to a movie about Yellowstone. Then we went to a talk about wildlife in the park. ...

    "Is that an animal? Or is it a rock? It's a rock."

    A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Jul 31, 2015

    34 photos

    ... don't call it a bison. For the record, it's also known as a North American buffalo, so I use both interchangeably.) We stopped to take his picture and off we went on our drive to Lamar Valley.

    According to Matthew's animal books, Lamar Valley was supposed to be a hopping area for wildlife. We didn't see every animal on his list, but we saw enough bison to make up for everyone that was missing. There were hundreds of them! Big ones, little ones, babies, some ...

    Yellowstone

    A travel blog entry by izzy35 on Jul 18, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    Sorry everyone we didn't have any internet in Yellowstone so I couldn't type on my blog well now I'm going to catch up. We saw a bunch of cool things like wild animals standing in the rodes for like two hours yes two hole hours,it's they're land so if they want to stand in the middle of the rode well then they will if they ...

    Volcanoes and Sulfur

    A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 13, 2015

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... to breathe, the ash would also smother vegetation and pollute water, which would lead to a nation-wide food crisis. It would kill tons of people.

    The world itself would face a mild climate change because the Earth would be in shadow for several days due to the huge ash cloud. The ash would also cause major air travel disruption because Yellowstone is WAY bigger than that eruption, several years ago, in Iceland was. And travel disruption could cause issues ...

    T. Tibbar's Trek: Day 18 (7/13)

    A travel blog entry by luvinlif2k on Jul 13, 2015

    14 photos

    ... young calf. She made sure that her calf got across the river, paused to let it nurse for about 30 seconds, then they took off again, running, to wherever they were headed.

    Mom and the kids got back to the cabin at about 7:30 after making a stop at the General Store to pick up drinks for the day and OJ for Dad's breakfast. The kids had granola bars in the van and may have eaten other food in the cabin. Mom went over to the cafeteria and had ...