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Canyon Village

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  • Day7

    Driving through Yellowstone

    August 8 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 13 °C

    Toda we drove through Yellowstone. We took the West Entrance and our first aim was Canyon Village where the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is located. Then we drove trough Hayden Valley where a lot of bisons can be seen but one bison decided to come directly to us.
    We visited a lot of thermal attractions and in the end we went to Old Faithful which blows a lot of Water in to the clouds every 90 minutes.

    Wir sind heute durch den Yellowstone gefahren. Vom Westeingang war Canyon Village unser erstes Ziel wo man den Grande Canyon vom Yellowstone finden kann. Danach sind wir durch das Hayden Valley gefahren wo eine Riesen Herde von Bisons unterwegs war aber einer meinte es gut mit uns und er kam bis auf 2 Meter an unser Auto heran.
    Wir haben viele Hotspots aufgesucht wo man schnell merkt welche Urgewalt unter dem Boden steckt. Zum Schluss haben wir dann Old Faithful besucht, der alle 90 Minuten eine Riesen Wasser Fontaine in den Himmel schießt.
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  • Day31

    Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

    August 28 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Wir sind von “Brink Lower Falls” nach “Lower Yellowstone Falls” runter gelaufen und auch wieder hoch. Hier hatten wir von den Wasserfällen einen fantastischen Ausblick auf den “Grand Canyon of Yellowstone”*. Das war auch ein Highlight.

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  • Day31

    Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls

    August 28 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 9 °C

    Wir sind von den „Upper Yellowstone Falls“* über den „South Rim“ zu den „Lower Yellowstone Falls“* bis zum „Artist Point gewandert, wo Betsy auf uns gewartet hat. Die ganze Region wird „Canjon Village“* genannt, was ein bisschen verwirrend ist. Der „Yellowstone River“ mit den zwei gigantischen Wasserfällen fließt hier durch einen Canon, den man auch als den "Grand Canon von Yellowstone” ( Footprint) bezeichnet. Definitiv ein weiteres Highlight von Yellowstone und Kandidat für das Highlight der ganzen epischen Reise. Ein absolutes Muss!

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    * Canyon Village ...

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  • Day9

    Kanion Yellowstone, poludniowa obrecz

    July 26 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 18 °C

    Nieco pozniej tego dnia zrobilismy kilkumilowy, wyjatkowo urozmaicony trecking od chaty wuja Toma, przez poludniowa obrecz kanionu i dalej do jeziorka Clear Lake. Wspaniala petla, bez tlumow ale z ostrzezeniem przed misiami (nie wchodzic pojedynczo, nie uciekac, halasowac na szlaku itd.). Przed wejsciem na nieutwardzona czesc informacja: ostatnia zgloszona obserwacja niedzwiedzia: 5ty lipca. Szlak byl swietny i w duzym stopniu zrehabilitowal zatloczony park Yellowstone w naszych oczach.Read more

  • Day9

    Kanion Yellowstone, polnocna obrecz

    July 26 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 11 °C

    Unikajac tlumow przejechalismy wczesnym ranem polnoca strone kanionu Yellowstone. Widoki zapierajace dech w piersiach mozna podziwiac z wygodnych punktow rozmieszczonych na trasie przejazdu co kilkaset metrow. Po poludniu niedostepne: ze wzgledu na ruch rangersi blokuja wjazd.

  • Day6

    Lower Yellowstone Falls

    May 26 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 55 °F

    Our first stop today was to Lower Yellowstone Falls. We traversed the heavily traveled Brink of the Lower Falls hiking trail to get to the falls. Full of steep switchbacks, the trail took us to the brink of this 308-foot natural masterpiece. From this point the waters of the Yellowstone River enter the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.Read more

  • Day96

    Yellowstone 3

    August 16 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C

    Genächtigt haben wir außerhalb des Parks, da zur Hochsaison alle Campingplätze belegt sind.
    Wir lernen Axel und seine Tochter kennen. Er ist ein deutscher Auswanderer der schon viel gereist ist in seinem Leben. Es war so interessant, dass wir erst gegen Mittag wieder los gekommen sind.

    Es geht einmal durch den Yellowstone Park von Nord nach Süd. Da es schon auf die Abenddämmerung zu geht, können wir glücklicherweise viele Bisons, Wapitis, Rehe und Hirsche beobachten! 😃Read more

  • Day167

    Berg auf

    June 5, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 17 °C

    Wir sind etwas vorgerückt 😁

    Schau dir das einmal an: Dunraven Pass
    Geteilt über die #StreetView App

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  • Day80

    It Was All Yellow

    August 4, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    Well we have finally made it to the one standing booking we've had for the whole trip - 5 nights in Yellowstone! The drive in was beautiful through the Lamar Valley past hundreds of bison. We were expecting the campsite to be basic so were delighted to find that there were hot showers & we got 2 free per night :) There was also an excellent laundrette so we are all squeaky clean. On further exploration we found a cafe, grill, restaurant & bar so we are definitely happy campers!

    After a breakfast of eggy bread, our first day in the park was spent climbing up to Observation Peak - beautiful wild flowers & I'm glad to say no bears. In the afternoon explored the Canyon region with stunning waterfalls & amazing colourful steep canyon sides.

    Our 2nd day in the park was spent exploring the geothermal spectaculars that Yellowstone has to offer. This place has over half the geysers in the world - most are reasonably impressive and everyone has heard of Old Faithful (except Helen apparently!) but was a little spoiled by having to share it with several thousand visitors. The highlights were a short walk to Mystic Falls, with its steaming cliffs and the mystical fog that hung over the river & the beautiful turquoise/orange (due to the thermophilic bacteria) Grand Prismatic Lake. Our journey home is interrupted by bison heading down to the river for an evening drink.

    The next morning we headed off around the northern loop, and a sudden pull off the road resulted in our first grizzly sighting! We jumped out of the car and watched at a safe distance, amazed by the people who ventured close with their small kids running around & one man who knocked himself out by running into a tree in his excitement... Then the teenage bear casually wandered towards the crowd and mad panic ensued!

    After the buzz of the bear encounter we headed up Bunsen Peak - it's not one of the big ones but it does offer pretty impressive 360 degree panoramas of the different habitats across the vast park. We continued our journey around the loop and ended up at Boiling River, which is a lot more pleasant than it sounds when you mix it with a cool mountain river. We somehow grabbed the best seats in one of the pre-made rock 'hot tubs' and spent 90 mins getting wrinkly whilst avoiding the sudden hot/freezing currents. A great day was topped off with a coyote running across the road in front of us.

    On our last day in the park we decided to head up Washburn Mountain, which was a lot more populated than Bunsen but it was still a nice couple of hours walk with great views from the firetower summit. The only new animal spot was a Pika, a large mouse type creature. We headed back on the quieter northern loop to little lunch spot by the creek, and explored a few little trails and off-road drives.

    Although it's not the most spectacular park in terms of craggy peaks, the sheer beauty and diversity is unquestionably gorgeous.
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