西黄石公园

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  • Suzeele

    We took the trail that starts at Chittenden Bridge and did the 6 mile walk along the Canyon. The upper and lower falls were so beautiful. You can walk down 300 steps at Uncle Tom's and get near the bottom of the falls-this was quite a workout but doable. The Canyon was beautiful I enjoyed this very much.

    2014-09-28 00:00:00发表

  • Larry976

    Great time had with Diamond P, even the 2 inexperienced riders had a blast. Highly recommended, Thanks Arron and team.

    2014-08-27 00:00:00发表

  • ramorgan

    Parade Rest Guest Ranch was a wonderful experience. I truly enjoyed the trail rides and saw a lot of wildlife and beautiful views. A relaxed atmosphere. My horse was perfectly matched to my novice riding ability and the wranglers were so patient!

    2007-03-16 00:00:00发表

  • davidfN1170KS

    Very friendly and easy - Brad helped me and my boys (age 8 & 10) on the target range. Hassle free, worth the price.

    2014-08-24 00:00:00发表

  • Brendastarshine

    Staying a couple nights in W Yellowstone, we took a chance on a 'fine dining' restaurant 20 miles away from town, and what a find (Lake Lookout Bar/Grill, reviewed separately). The drive there was just spectacular, even after 2 days in Yellowstone Park. This is Montana.....big sky country, and the drive along the gorgeous Hebgen Lake was incredible. We 'd noticed many brown park-type signs along the way for "Earthquake Lake" and asked at the restaurant about it. We were there for dinner ( after dark) so didn't pursue the suggestion to go see the lake created by the biggest earthquake ever in Yellowstone, the ravages are still there to see. We left a credit car by mistake so went back the next day to get it ( and have lunch) and then drove the 8 miles west of the restaurant to Earthquake Lake. Outstanding....and I never thought I would say that but then I'd never seen a mountain range torn apart! (or thought I really cared to!) It is VERY worth the drive from the town of W.Y. Stop as soon as you see interpretive signs along Hebgen Lake. If coming from W. Y, you will encounter them chronologically in reverse, making what you see a bit less understandable until its all over with! I recommend driving to the far west end of Earthquake Lake ( where the visitor center is), and work your way back toward the east to understand it by seeing the initial impact and what remains 50+ years later. Outstanding! And no 'walking', unless you care to take a few nice hikes to hidden areas, you can see everything a few feet from your vehicle.

    2014-09-21 00:00:00发表