Yellowstone River Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellowstone River Motel Gardiner
Great rate, clean rooms, plenty of hot waters, nice beds. A good choice.
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Traveled to the Lamar Valley at sunrise to view bison, mule deer, and pronghorn sheep. Saw several hundreds of bison. Many right next to the van. Then to the Mammoth hot spring Terraces. Hot springs that grow organisms that harden and turn into travertine terraces. White water rafting on the ...
... a mountain backdrop. The further north we went the more mountainous it became and the closer the mountains came to the road. About 2/3 of the way on this 80 mile trip we were in a canyon with mountains hundreds of feet tall rising up on each side. There was just room in the bottom of the canyon for the two lane road and the Gallatin River. There were a combination of steeply sloped mountainsides covered with pine ...
... going to be a challenge spotting it through all the trees.
We needn't have worried though, today the wildlife seemingly came to us. Not long after entering the park we saw our first Bison. Katie had spotted a couple of Bison around a small lake, having a drink. We pulled up the car and wandered over to have a closer look. We kept our distance as you wouldn't fancy your chances if a Bison started charging at you (apparently they can run three ...
I'm staying in gardiner, MT which is the north entrance to the park. Cute little western town and the RV park is awesome! It saved my sanity which I know will be tested over the next few weeks while I'm off the grid in MT and ID. I am able to do laundry and clean out the trailer which will help.
Yesterday I hiked beaver ponds which is behind the mammoth falls. It was a beautiful hike thru a mountainside meadow and then ...
The forecast was for rain but it was mainly sunny with only a couple of showers. We decided to explore the northern section of the park from Gardiner to Cooke City, just outside the North East entrance. This trip which follows the Yellowstone and Lamar River valleys and rises from 5200 ft at Gardiner to 7900 ft at Cooke City and even higher past there. It was a day of animal sightings, waterfalls and magnificent scenery, which included travelling through snow covered country ...