Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... from a Wild West movie. Wide streets, hot and dusty, wood and animal artefacts all around, multiple fly fishing shops mixed with tourists and tourist tat. What an interesting place! We had a great experience at the Visitors Centre speaking with a ranger so are all set to explore the national park tomorrow. A 6am start planned...eek!
Cheers, The Berry ...
... was a short, steep hike with rewarding views of the bridge and waterfall.
Brad was worried we would run out of gas, so we stopped by Canyon Village to fill up the car and our tummies. We saw bison and elk between Canyon Village and the west entrance.
We didn’t get to Hideaway RV Park and Resort in West Yellowstone until 8:30p.m. All campgrounds in the park were full, and our tent is bigger than the park allows. I reserved the one tent site this park had on July ...
... Our last leg of the driving tour took us to the north shore of Yellowstone Lake, which impressively sits at 7,733 feet and has a maximum depth of 410 feet. In its entirety, the lake spans a huge chunk of the southeast part of the park. We found a picnic area on the lakeshore, and ate a lovely dinner overlooking the water. After dinner, we packed up and drove off to watch the sunset over Yellowstone River on our way back to our Lonesomehurst abode on the banks of Hebgen ...
... that we were not really in summer here! We are about 5000 feet above sea level, and the peas haven't bloomed because it's late spring here!!! Other fields had some type of grain that had not formed heads, yet, either.
In about 8 miles, we met Gayle at Warm Springs and said we were feeling good enough to climb the first hill. (Ann had the caffeine from the Coke in Ashton, plus her snack of Bolt, which also contains ...
Today we went to Yellowstone National park.It is the first National park, The park rangers there used to be members of the seventh cavalry. They came to the park when it opened. The hot springs were smelly and very interesting. We were delayed ...