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Travel Blogs from Livingston
... encouragement from her, he finally made it up onto the bank and around the bridge. They were so close to us, like 20 feet away. She did stop and size us up as she approached the bridge. We just stood still and stayed quiet so I guess she didn't feel threatened. What a special treat for us. A group of 8 female Bighorn Sheep came right through our camp shortly after we arrived. They were all shedding their winter coats and looked a little rough, but how exciting to have ...
... front ranges. They were faint blue lines that grew to dominate the horizon with their snow covered peaks. To the right was the Crazy Mountains and to the left was the grizzly filled Absakoras. At Livingston, we bought some groceries for our days in the wilds. Then we climbed Paradise Valley, a hallway which ends at Yellowstone National Park. Ranches and the homes of millionaires fill the peaceful, beautiful 60 mile long valley. ...
... on their faces as we set off up the trail under a grey sky. Talking non-stop, we passed people coming down from their day hikes up to the basin, impressed that we were heading up for the night. Micah and Zola received plenty of encouragement. Less than a half a mile in, the sky began to spit on us just a little. We kept hiking. Then, the drizzle turned to light rain. We put on rain coats and decided to seek shelter in a patch of ...
... some not understanding that it was safer to stay there rather than in the middle of the road. This area is primarily forested with lodgepole pine but as we left the hills, we entered into rolling dry prairie and on into flatlands with ranges of mountains on both sides. On down the road we entered into Lewis and Clark National Forest and elevation change up to 7200 feet. After leaving the forest, we proceeded ...
... and 5. You can fit a car anywhere in a parking lot even right near the entrance, in an RV expect to be walking a mile from where the RV will fit in. Enjoying our newly rented car we did the whole 192 mile circuit around the park. More geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, meadows and plenty of buffalo. The exciting news is that we saw our first bear! He/she was making their way across the side of a mountain 100ft away while we watched safely from the road. Digging up ...
Other places to stay in Livingston
111 Rogers Lane, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $99
105 Centennial Drive, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $74
1124 West Park, Livingston | 1 star motelfrom $68
814 E. Park Street, Livingston | 2 star motelfrom $52