Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... excited to see all the park had in store and experience the diverse landscapes within. Being surrounded by nothing but nature for days sounded like the perfect vacation to me. We followed the winding road through miles of (sadly) dead trees (due to a forest fire in 1988 that left 800,000 acres of forest burned) and the Yellowstone lake to the left. Our first pull off was lake side, where we skipped stones (and I threw a fit over all the spiders hiding in the ...
... so i get an extra blanket to put on top of the sleeping bag. Hope it keeps me warm
The following morning light is dimmed by a dense fog. Managed to saty warm and toasty. By the time we have had breakfast the sun is shining. We take a nice leisurely drive through the park. We are lucky enough to see a few Bison up very close, as they walk along the ...
... but you and your horse (rental car) and the open sky, you notice these things and they keep ya going... I mean wow, they sure got popular thankfully. We liked them so much we both got a pair but they seem a little strange with hiking boots on, we're getting a lot of looks, oh well. Overall the nature of this place is Majesty, plain and simple. Everything is big, the mountains, the open plains and meadows, the mammals,the waterfalls, the steaming vents and ...
... the Tetons when animal eyes lit up in Nadine's head torch beam. We almost soiled ourselves. But these were not bears fortunately, but two horses carrying two hunters - Matt and Marcus - in full camo with rifles slung over their shoulders. When we explained that we were camping here - and that we had stolen their horses enclosure for our tents - they suggested fairly strongly that this was a bad idea. Other than Turpin Meadow where we had planned to camp, this - Angel ...
We did it! We did what every tourist does at the park. We went to Old Faithful to watch her blow! Yep... It's mandated. We also walked what seemed miles and miles viewing geysers, pools and just plain cool stuff. We visited the Old Faithful Inn and had lunch. It's ...