Dunraven Lodge

North Rim Drive, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful, us and a few hundred others

A travel blog entry by just_two_of_us

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Fog and 2c noice! The fog actually got thicker as we had our morningcoffee so I wasn't sure what the day had in store for us. Woody, (yes his real name) from Connecticut collected us at 7:45 am. He works here seasonally and it was his last week before going home. He was quite up beat and thought that the fog would burn off in a couple of hours …

The World's First National Park - Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad

22

... to the cover of the trees and dead wood for cover (too quick for a photo).

We moved on to our first walk through a section of the park. As we pulled up we saw a bison right near the boardwalk that we had to use to view the park. Our guide hurried us along together but just as we got near, the bison became agitated and starting running our way…we kept moving at a fast pace and it ended up stopping - right between us and the snow coach!
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Yellowstone National Park

A travel blog entry by pennstreetfamil

49

... was shining, the air was cool and crisp and the crows watched our antics from the trees above. We spent only a day-- though a full day-- driving the park. Along the way we way we saw bison, fox, elk and deer. We stopped to throw some rocks into a lake and we just fully enjoyed the day and the experience of being in our nation's first national park.
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Yellowstone Canyon Falls

A travel blog entry by kouatly

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... year – yes, Spring because they get a LOT of snow. Right now she estimated about 10,000 gallons of water were flowing over the falls every minute. At the peak of the spring run-off it’s closer to 65,000 gallons! The Yellowstone River is responsible for carving out the canyon, taking advantage of the softer limestone that was deposited here.

We also discussed the local wildlife. At one point on the tour she stopped ...

Old Faithful and Mystic Falls

A travel blog entry by kouatly

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A park ranger gave us a talk about the wildlife and we got to touch elk, bison, and moose antlers. Everyone was all nervous about bears – especially grizzly bears. But I feel like we are prepared. We’ve studied how to behave (make lots of noise and don’t run away) and have “bear spray” which is like a super mace spray which is a very effective deterrent if the bear gets aggressive.

Before we left ...

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This motel, located on North Rim Drive, Yellowstone National Park, is near Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Artist Point, South Rim Trail, and Canyon Village Yellowstone.
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