Cooke City Alpine
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... Loop via
Maddison, Norris and Canyon to more spectacular country, waterfalls, and rivers
that were getting wilder and bigger as the many feeders joined and fed the
Yellowstone River. As we headed North to our stop over destination our wildlife
tour really started with Deer, Antelope, Moose , a very scared Kyote,
Bison/Buffalo, a Marmot, and an Osprey Nest complete with Chicks. At one ...
Today we drove into Yellowstone from the East entrance near Cody and began driving the grand loop. From Fishing Bridge we drove North to Canyon where nothing was open except the bathroom which was good. I liked the bathroom. From there we drove to Norris and then up to Mammoth, then out of the Park to Cooke, Montana. I start this passage with this bit of navigation as way of letting you know that although the Park is open, only a few ...
... 160;They have avocado, fruit, veges hidden under rocks and logs and some sort of honey stuff smeared on the trunks of the trees. In the lakes they have apples and fresh trout. The 11 grizzlies that live here are all rescue bears – orphans, injured or those who have become used to humans feeding them and are then nuisance bears. There are also 3 grey wolves and in another wolf enclosure there are 3 white wolves. These have all been bred for movies ...
... of lakes forestry badlands and stormy weather. We took the bear tooth pass and the views were incredible. We had never seen anything quite like it before as we drove up the mountain zigzagging back and forth to the peak of the mountain and down. We reached a town called Cooke City and found the most impressive collections of saloons and bars you could ever find in the middle of no where. As we turned a corner, the road lit up with signs of ...
... one of the better ones for sure. Then up to Tower and on into the Lamar Valley. Utterly brilliant, and not called the "Serengeti of Yellowstone" for nothing. Just wide open plains and literally thousands of bison. Honestly we could have been back in the Mara at migration time...was very impressive. Would be the most incredible place to come for a riding safari, maybe something for a few years time! Then lunch and a swim in the Lamar ...