Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... stopped to see some of Yellowstone's most famous hot springs. We definitely could have used a geologist tour guide (Dan), but we read all the signs to try to understand earth's great mysteries. Grand Prismatic Spring wowed us with its turquoise steamy water nestled in an orange and green bed of microorganisms called thermophiles or "heat lovers" as the signs read. After touring some of the park and hungry for lunch, we headed out to find a free campsite outside ...
Friday, Day 7... We decided last night that we'd seen most of Bryce Canyon National Park… To really see more of the park… we’d have to either go off the roads in an ATV or take to one or two of the trails… I’m so surprised at how many people are out wandering ...
... for a full day tour. We found some accommodation easy enough at the White Buffalo Hotel which was $68 for the 3 of us per night. We checked in and unloaded the van before going out to get some dinner at the three bears restaurant, it was delicious! :) When we got back we had a short catch up with Adam and Jayne, Adam asked Sarah to be his Groomsmaid which made Sarah pretty Excited! ...
... tourists. It really felt like being in Chinatown. Like us, they were stuck in town and were trying to do something while waiting for the park to open.
Bud Lilly's Trout Shop was open and John took us in to find out about options to go fishing outside the park. Two hours later, we got out of the shop with directions to a great river section nearby and full fishing equipment for the day after. We are all ...
... gas until it can’t hold it and then it brings up a bubble to the surface with an amazing bubbling sound. You can really feel the forces of the center of the Earth.
Did you know that Yellowstone has some 1000 earthquakes per year?
The most colorful pool in Yellowstone is the Grand Prismatic Spring, a heart shaped pool with turquoise waters and colorful edges that, because of the wind, sends you the ...
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3 Madison Avenue, West Yellowstone | 1 star motelfrom $155
229 Firehole Avenue, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $86
201 Canyon Street, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $82
1545 Targhee Pass Hwy, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $121
16 Boundary St., West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $130
216 Dunraven St, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $79
123 Hayden Street, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $76
- Good but overrated...
- A great value
- Very quiet, affordable
214 Madison Avenue, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $70
- Nice place
- Excellent value
- Great place for families
4 Firehole Avenue, West Yellowstone | Motelfrom $59