Your Yellowstone experience is accentuated by the classic charm of the lodges and cabins, which combine modern amenities with an old-world feel.
Dining options in Yellowstone are uniquely special. Menus include sustainable items that are locally grown or produced, organic or certified, with vegetarian options always available. Overall goals are to have a minimum of 50% sustainable food items by 2016. These efforts are supported by the Western Sustainability Exchange, the Nature Conservancy and the Animal Welfare Institute and help to support over 350 family ranchers in nine states.
The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel Dining Room is a Certified 3-Star dining room, meaning they have received positive points in categories such as food, water, chemicals, pollution reduction, waste, disposables, furnishings and building materials.
MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS
Mammoth Hot Springs and Cabins
Winter season: December 20, 2013 through March 3, 2014
Located just outside Gardiner, Montana, Mammoth Hot Springs is the only lodging accessible by automobile. From here you can Nordic ski, snowshoe, ice skate or hop on a Snowcoach for winter wildlife viewing.
At the end of the day, you’re only 2 miles from a relaxing soak in The Boiling River, a 1.25 mile round trip hike where a stream of 100 degree water heated by hydrothermal feature mixes with cold water from the Gardiner River forming a uniquely relaxing current.
Packages with guided tours are available.
Mammoth Hotel Dining Room– Certified 3-star Green Dining Room.
Unique flavors of the local cuisine meld into dishes such as Wild Game Chili, Trout Tacos, Smoked Quail or Blue-Cheese Polenta topped with sautéed wild mushrooms.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. Call 866-GEYSERLAND, (866-439-7375) or 307-344-7311
Old Faithful Snow Lodge and Cabins
Winter season: December 18, 2013 through March 2, 2014
Accessed through the West entrance, adjacent to West Yellowstone, Old Faithful Snow Lodge is only accessible by Snowcoach or snowmobile and must be a guided trip. Once you arrive in this outdoor mecca, there are a number of trails available for all ability levels. Trails can be self-guided or tour packages may be purchased. Skis and snowshoes are available to rent.
Lodging options range from rooms in the lodge with full bathrooms, telephones, coffee makers, refrigerators and hair driers to simple western cabins for a more rustic experience.
Accessible rooms and cabins are also available.
Dining at Old Faithful
Old Faithful boasts dining options for any palette. From casual to classy, you’ll find something to feed your soul.
- Old Faithful Inn Cafeteria and Bake Shop
- Old Faithful Inn Bear Paw Deli
- Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
- Old Faithful Snow Lodge Geyser Grill
- Old Faithful Snow Lodge Obsidian Dining Room and Firehole Lounge (Reservations required) Call 866-GEYSERLAND (866-439-7375) or 307-344-7311
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