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TravelPod Member ReviewsTeton Gables Wilson
Pleasant and clean and conveniently located -- petrol station nearby, restaurant right on site if you don't want to go into Jackson. Despite location at main intersection, it wasn't noisy. Pleasant staff. Much cheaper than anything in the centre of Jackson.
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8 Sept -- really need to check Anna's notes as I'm typing this a week later. Had glorious day in Grand Tetons.
In the morning we drove along Jackson Lake -- huge but the water level very low, from a long dry summer. We drove close to the lake at Colter Bay -- the boat launch ramp was about 100 yds from the nearest water. We got some …
... We took some pictures of the viewing point and then began a walk.
Our tour manager said that this walk was easy and flat. The walk – uncle tom's walk started off flat and became hilly, it did however have some good views of the upper and lower falls. At the end of the trail, there were some deer grazing, so the walk was worth it in the end. Back on the coach and we drove out of Yellowstone. In Yellowstone we had seen geysers, wildlife and waterfalls and ...
... of nature and my self talk of trying to stay on pace I made it back to the parking lot at dusk, 9 miles from when I started. To say I was exhausted was an understatement.
I considered making the drive 55 miles north towards Yellowstone, but I didn't know what I would encounter when I got there, and I would be finding my way in the dark. I knew I needed food asap and a place to sleep, so I turned south to head back towards Jackson Hole. ...
... d see him chomp twice, throw his head back and swallow, then move on. We saw an elk, a baby elk, many, many bison, a white pelican, an eagle, a northern harrier. We saw more animals in our 3 days in Yellowstone than we saw on our entire bike trip! The whole visit was a great experience! One of our good laughs at Yellowstone was all the warnings we saw and heard about not flying drones in the park. Apparently someone crashed a drone into one of the ...
... they get mad and kill and eat the people instead. There were so many pics at the registration of these huge bears wandering around eating and sometimes ripping tents apart and sometimes getting shot... A lot to take in at 10am! Also, moose, bison, wolves, elk, prairie dogs, etc. all like people food and may kill for a Twinkie or a smudge of peanut butter on a table cloth. (Skipping ahead here, imagine how terrified I was when I needed to actually cook dinner and have ...