Cooke City's Elk Horn Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Cooke City
Today was a beautiful day in the Park! We packed a picnic lunch and got an early start. The highlight of the day was definitely the drive over Dunraven Pass. We saw just a few cars stopped on the road. We could not go by them, so we looked around to see what was up. Up on the high ridge was a wolf! It was easily visible which is not normally the …
This day was all about a Momma bear and her two cubs. We drove thru Lamar Valley and drove up the road to the Tower store. At the top of the overlook was Mom and her cubs. We watched her for hours (along with hundreds of others).
The cubs were just extremely entertaining. They were definitely learning their climbing skills. Both cubs …
This was our first truly gorgeous day in Yellowstone. We woke up to perfectly blue skies and the temps were in the 50's and 60's.
Plan for the day: Hike to the suspension bridge on Hellroaring Creek.
This hike gave us an opportunity to get away from all of the tourists driving the roads of Yellowstone. The Hellroaring Creek Trail …
Third day in a row to wake up to 4 inches of snow...and still snowing. It's supposed to get warmer and stop snowing soon...we hope!
It turned out to be a great day in the park. We saw three more black bears, long horn sheep, lots of bison, elk, two foxes, and a badger. The badger was a first for us and was really fun to watch him scooting …
Repeat of yesterday, only this morning's snow total was six inches. The weather towards the park looked gray and dreary and also very pretty with all the snow on the trees.
Just after we passed through the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone Park, we saw a moose and stopped for photos. This area has been a great location for us to see moose …
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed