Teton Mountain View Lodge
Travel Blogs from Tetonia
Couldn't help but snap a few more pictures as the setting sun cast a beautiful pink glow over the Teton View from our site! It's been a great place to stay as we explored this area. Tomorrow - on to W. Yellowstone!
... parks and hike and take excursions and just enjoy life. They were so funny; they would break out into song about anything, and they had great stories to tell. So much fun! I wish that I had taken their picture. I hope that I can be as active when I am their age….which isn’t that long off.
The trip on the river was made better by our guide, Mike. He was very knowledgeable about the ...
... making the best of missteps and just being disappointed. The room we got at the lodge was a “cottage.” I don’t like talking about money but the room was $360 per night. Not the Four Seasons but about the average price for a good (location, resort…) hotel room. We had been lucky enough to have stayed at some of the nicest resorts in the National Park system and this is around the price paid. I was caught off ...
... was a bit more tiring, as the shade disappeared and the way got steeper. We bumped into Barbara and a limping Nevin along the way.
Inspiration Point was even tougher: hidden switchback after switchback kept giving us false hope of having reached the top, and the altitude meant I was feeling more than a bit dizzy by the time we reached the Point. Just as I was starting to feel proud of myself, ...
... of the park.
On to Jackson where we had a hotel with a much appreciated loft in it which gave us a bit more breathing room then the tent of the previous 4 nights. We took a walk across the street and had a burger and a heaping pile of fries at the gourmet burger joint. From there we did a bit of shopping and walking around Jackson, which is a neat little town. It has a lot of higher end stores and ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Pets allowed