Nine Quarter Circle Ranch

Address: 5000 Taylor Fork Road, Gallatin Gateway, Montana, 59730, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 5000 Taylor Fork Road, Gallatin Gateway, is near Lee Metcalf Wilderness.
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      Old Faithful and lost AMX card

      A travel blog entry by ktholin on Sep 06, 2014

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      We arrived in Madison Campground in the western area of the park yesterday afternoon. We entered Yellowstone through the Southern Entrance but had to take a longer route due to road construction between West Thumb and Old Faithful. We drove along the western shore of Yellowstone Lake through West Thumb, Fishing Bridge, Canyon, west again through Norris and down into Madison. Along the way we saw numerous Bison in Hayden Valley and stopped at the Mud Volcano. ...

      Yellowstone Park--East to North

      A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... with Noah, who wasn't interested in hiking in a drizzle and dropped temperatures.

      At the end of the day, we continued our drive north toward Gardiner, Montana and encountered quite some wildlife. We have gotten blase about the bison already, if they're not close enough, we'll just continue driving. We also saw Mule Deer, White-tailed ...

      Nights 9 & 10: On the Super Volcano

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... our arrival so we attended a ranger -led lecture about hot spots. Soon it was nearing blast off so we took our seat around the famous geyser and watched the steam coming from the cone with anticipation. Every time a little water would come out ( to tease the dozens of onlookers), people got up to pose for photos . First timers don't realize that the geyser is (a) a tease and (b) lasts for a few minutes. Then it happened! Water shot up 20 feet or so to the delight if ...

      Yellowstone National Park

      A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 20, 2013

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      ... the bus entered the the park I began to see remnants from previous fires. The policy of the park is to let nature take care of itself. So, you see many trees lying on the ground untouched.
      One of our first stops was at Lake Village which has a magnificent view of Yellowstone Lake. It's North America's largest high-altitude lake. It reaches a depth of 430ft. A portion of the lake sits within ...

      And Castle's Still Going

      A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 18, 2013

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      Today was the best day yet. When we arrived at Yellowstone, the first thing we did was go to Old Faithful. At first, there was only steam and a slight bubble. But in a couple seconds, the hot water shot 60 feet into the air, a show that was followed by the ooh's and aah's of the surrounding tourists. As this was happening, Livvy and I turned to see another geyser shooting up in the basin (later we found this geysers name was Castle). Next, we set off through a winding path ...