Nine Quarter Circle Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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One aspect of the park that took some getting used to – especially while hiking - was the fact that the park sits on the Yellowstone Plateau which has an average elevation of 8,000 feet. The plateau is bounded on nearly all sides by mountain ranges of the Middle Rocky Mountains, which range from 9,000 to 11,000 feet. At higher elevations there is less oxygen in the air. Sometimes it can take a few days for your body to adjust to the thinner air.
We drove for 12 hours took a little break in Beaver, Utah then another 6 hours to stay overnight in Walmart!! Our first stop is a KOA 6 miles outside Yellowstone Park West Entrance We rode the motorcycles , hiked and witnessed the splendor of Yellowstone park! We got a chance to wear ...
... a huge mountain (3.5 miles) carrying Jonah in the carrier. It was so fun. We were seconds from seeing a bear, got ate alive by bugs, and it was an intense climb. It was so exciting and we had some amazing views (totally worth it). Oh forgot to add that Aaron was wearing flip flops. ...
... They are so large, they're hard to miss. After a while, Roz and I pulled off the road and scanned the river front with our binoculars. Soon we were able to spot several herds of Pronghorn Antelope and a small flock of Sandhill Cranes in the distance. While we were parked, a badger scampered across the road in front of us, causing a small traffiic jam as onlookers and photographers jumped out of their cars ...
... store. Signed our lives away and hopped into an old school bus to the river. There were two guides, John and, um, can't remember his real name but Matthew called him Rummy because he was this hippy-like guy who named every restaurant and what we good and what he likes to drink there. John was more conservative. He was our guide. Super friendly and good at rafting. We carried the raft down to the river in town. It was freakin' heavy. They can't carry ...