Hadley's Motel

Address: 29 Gibbon Ave, West Yellowstone, Montana, 59758-9558, United States | Motel
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        Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone

        Twin Falls to Yellowstone National Park

        A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Sep 17, 2015

        15 photos

        ... spills into the adjoining river. Behind that and reached by a wooden walkway was the Grand Prismatic Pool which owes its multicoloured appearance to the growth of mats of thermophilic bacteria which are able to grow in the hot (boiling) water. Standing by the Poole we were subjected to alternate blasts of icy air and hot steam. Most unusual and Jo had to keep taking her glasses off because they were steamed up. We were then driven to the Old Faithful Visitor Centre. Old Faithful ...

        Day 18 - Yellowstone time to find yogi

        A travel blog entry by frostys on Aug 13, 2015

        2 comments, 54 photos

        ... Resturant for dinner, we had great fresh salmon & rib of beef, no guessing who ate what! After we chilled in the lounge back at the lake before saying a sad goodbye to Donnie & Jackie who were heading home early next day & needed to start their way back to Casper. Then there were 3!!! We sat watching the sunset & laughing about our adventures so far. The waitress was telling us the meteor shower the night before had been amazing. So ...

        Exploring some of Geyser Country

        A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 05, 2015

        13 photos

        ... geology of the area and bought a 'Roadside Geology of Yellowstone' guide. It has already made me re-consider my career path - I think I might apply to be a Yellowstone Geology Guide (if such a thing even exists). It was late by this point and a storm was moving in so, despite the fact that we'd hoped to visit at least one other site, we decided it was best to drive to our campground for the night - Fishing Bridge. This drive, through some occasionally torrential ...


        A travel blog entry by jenny.cogbill on Jul 19, 2015

        36 photos

        ... to the underground reservoir, making it clear that many of the others that were labelled, but were just holes in the ground, would fill with water when erupting. I had the mechanism for them erupting explained to me by Ian, that under the ground, with high pressure and temperature the water exists as a supercritical fluid, which is much hotter than boiling water, but due to pressure remains as a liquid, as it erupts the pressure decreases and so ...

        Day 9: Yellowstone!

        A travel blog entry by psquared on Jun 22, 2015

        8 photos

        ... in town for dinner and have hung out in the room tonight preparing for our journey tomorrow. We are going to be ambitious tomorrow - leaving the hotel by 7am in order to try to make it down to Grand Tetons National Park and then back up (through Yellowstone) to our hotel in Billings. This will be about 8 hours driving in total, through long, windy roads. I'll let you know how we do tomorrow!

        Thanks for reading,
        Paige and Karin