hey people! could you tell me about biking options in laramie?
We are looking to see the west; Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Black Hills, etc. traveling by train from Chicago to AZ?. Looking for all comments. Should we rent a car in Arizona, drive north and say return from Colorado or vice versa? As we have traveled a bit though, don't know the western US at all, any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated. I have heard of a monument being built by the Indians, is it finished, where is it? Any other sights one should see?
Thanks in advance,
Years ago we used an audio driving tour on a cassette tape when we visited Yellowstone National Park. You kept your speed to about 30 mph and it described what you were seeing and included stops for getting out of the car and walking to Yellowstone attractions. Does anyone know if there is something similar on a CD and you could use in your car?
I was thinking to go to Yellowstone in my vacations, but I don´t know what visit first, any recomendation?
I also want to go America because a friend of mine tell me that I can buy Blankets, Throws with a nice design and compleately ecological, but I don´t remember the name of the firm it begin with "E".... I think
this is my first trip to yellowstone, have about 7-8 days available, does anyone know of a good info source for a personal guide that could help plan out the things our family would most like to do out there
Please could you let me know how my parents will travel from Grand Teton to Yellowstone on the 3rd May?
I have booked them a trip but understand the roads are not due to open in the South entrance until the 10th May.
Is this correct? If so, what's the alternative?
I have a family of 7 visiting me from China and they would like to take a roadtrip. Is Buffalo, WY is a safe stopover for the night ?
I am planning a Road trip from Houston, TX to YNP, not sure if there is a good rount for a 2 families with 2 kids to go?
Things good for both kids and seniors?
What trails do you recommend around the lizard creek, signal mountain and gros ventre areas?
Can we keep a Saturday night, 5:00PM reservation for dinner at Lake Hotel if we start at Grant Village in the AM and travel the loop clockwise to Lake Village by late afternoon. Main objective will be thermal features. We won't need to stop at the Canyon. Is it reasonable?
My daughter will be spending a night in Cheyenne and will also want to go out and have a few drinks and mix socially with others. is there a so-called "bed neighborhood" or an area that a cute, single girl should avoid?
Hi, I would like to make a 1 week trip to Yellowstone NP and nearby surroundings. I would be with my wife and 6 month old son and planning to do this in May/Jun/Jul/Aug
Considering that I will be traveling from NJ, can someone suggest how best can I spend my time and cover most places. I also like driving and love photography and would like to cover some scenic byways.
Some other specific questions: 1. I may be asking too much, but does someone happen to have a day wise itinerary suggestion of how to spend each of these 7-8 days in Yellowstone and Grand Teton
2. From the following months - May/Jun/Jul/Aug , what time of the year am I more likely to get cheaper rates and/or lesser crowd?
3. I am even thinking of combining this as a Road trip i.e. fly from New Jersey to Denver, then drive to Yellowstone, through some scenic routes, and then spend time in Yellowstone/Grand Teton, before taking a return flight from some airport near to these NP. Feasible/Farfetched, any thoughts ?
Hi All! I am interested in taking my wife and (then) 6 months old son to the Yellowstone National Park sometime this summer (probably in June end). Please help me chalk out a plan for it. I believe flying from Buffalo to Jackson Hole would be the air travel and then we will have to hire a car. Would June end be a good time to see the flora and fauna and how would the weather be at that time? If we are planning to reach the park from Jackson Hole, what would be a good (clean and reasonably cheap) place to stay? Is accommodation available near the park or do we need to stay a few miles away and make day trips. Btw...I am planning for a 4-5 day trip. Would this be enough to see the park? Or too long or too short? Thanks in advance for your advices. Happy travelling! TT!
Any to Lusk or Casper WY from Denver CO????
We are hoping to visit yellow stone nat'l park this July. We will be traveling with a travel trailer and would like to know the names of a few campgrounds that we can stay at while we explore yellow stone. Thanks Andrew
Hi Me and my Husband will be visiting Yellowstone in late July/early August and looking to spend 4 nights at Yellowstone before heading on to Jackson. In terms of hotels in the Park I have seen from research that it is best to say in different parts of the park rather than have a base due to the travel distances. Could anyone recommend any hotels to stay in and which areas we should concentrate on with the small amount of time we have. I have also read the crowds can be quite large this time of year but we are restricted to my Husbands shutdown holidays at work so we are hoping to get up early to try and beat some of the crowds. Thank you for any advice. Kirsty
Hi Me and My Husband will be travelling from the UK for just over 2 weeks to travel around and to see Yellowstone NP. We have a draft route planned: Denver x 2 Nights Lusk - x 1 Night Rapid City x 3 Nights Sheridan x 1 Night Cody x 1 Night Yellowstone x 3 Nights Jackson x 2 Nights Lander x 1 Night Estes Park x 2 Nights Colorado Springs x 1 Night Denver Home. I am really looking forward to the Black Hills area and Yellowstone. If anyone has any better alternative routes you would recommened or places or scenic driving routes I would be very grateful to hear about them. Also do you think 3 nights in Yellowstone is enough? One final thing where would be the better place to stay in the Black Hills area Rapid City, Custer, Keystone? Thank you as always for any help. Kirsty
Hi, Could anyone tell me the most scenic drive (want to avoid freeways where possible) to the border from Calgery and also the best border crossing? Also, be grateful for any receommendations about where to stay about two hours from Calgery towards the border or, possibly, two and a half hours. Many thanks.
Hi All, I need some advice on the above trip. I have booked three nights in West Yellowstone but will have two nights on my way there. Does anyone know of any attractive small towns/places to stop en route between Calgery and Yellowstone and what is the best route to take? Similarly, coming back I don't really want to do the same route so is there an alternative, once more with two nights? Staying in West Yellowstone but would like to do the Glacier Sun Road and also Grand Tetons - can I fit it all in? Thanks, PB PS Travelling late May/early June.
There are so many things to see and do in Yellowstone! If I have only 3 days available to tour by car, what are the sites that I shouldn't miss? Thanks.
We are unable to get a campsite for our 38' RV in mid September in Yellowstone Park. They are totally filled, even the no-hookup sites. We are hoping to camp at Colter Bay in Grand Teton Park for a few days instead. Is it possible to make the daily drive up to Yellowstone to see its sites? Are we crazy to try this? Can anyone suggest an alternate place to camp & see Yellowstone's sites? THanks for any advice you can offer.
How is the road condition on Moose Wilson Road from Jenny Lake to Jackson Tram. What would be the drive time? I read the road can get congested. Thank you.
How long should it take to hike up to Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point, and return back to the boat? Thanks!
Will have a day to spend in Grand Teton Nationl Park and Jackson, and looking for how to spend the day. On this same day, I also want to take the Jackson Tram. I do plan to do a scenic rafting trip on the Snake River in GTNP, but that's not till the next day, and after, going on up to Yellowstone. So, on my day in Jackson and GTNP, what's a good way to spend the day, what to see, do, no miss? Thanks!
Does the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar have a cover charge? Is The Rancher bar still in business? Cover charge? Thanks
We will be there for 3 days after going through Yellowstone. Where are some good places to eat on the way down and in Jackson. Besides horse riding, rafting and Grand Tetons, what activities are there in Jackson?
We will be staying at Fishing Bridge a few days then coming down to the Virginian in Jackson Hole. We will have a 40' RV and car. Will we be able to do most of our sightseeing in the Grand Tetons on our way through or should we park the RV and go back up with the car? Also looking for good places to eat on the way down and in Jackson Hole and in Cody (we will be staying there a night)
We're driving through Wyoming the last week of June and I'd like to spend a couple of days camping and hiking in the Bighorn National Forest. Any recommendations for a particular campground in the national forest. We're tent camping out of our truck and don't need hook ups or anything like that. We just love beautiful, quiet campgrounds. We're also interested in any good, shorter (1-3mi) hiking trails. Thanks for any help! I can't find much on the campgrounds on the internet.
Will be taking an RV to Yellowstone with a stop at Mt Rushmore. What is the best route from SW Michigan? Also, looking for an RV park near there that takes 40' RV's. What else is there to look at on the way?
My friend and I will be heading out to Bozeman and Yellowstone from New Jersey by car in a few weeks. I've been out in the area before and loved every second of the beautiful scenery. Heading back east, we'll be passing through the Bighorns. Two years ago, we took US 14, the more southerly through them and it was amazing. I can't decide if I want to change it up a bit and take 14A or just stick to what I know to be amazing and hang onto 14? I'd like some input on whether 14a worth the change or if I should just take 14 again? What's everyone else's personal suggestion? Any help would be great. Thanks