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Absaroka Mountain Lodge

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Reviewed 8 November 2017

We stayed here June of 2017. We stayed here for two days before staying three days in Yellowstone Park. This was a fantastic place to stay. Easy to get to from the highway. The place is nestled in a canyon, you cross a raging mountain...More

Thank TexasShark73
Reviewed 9 September 2017

we rented the Bunkhouse #17 in June 2017 and chose it because it is set up for a family. The cabin was very basic and nice. We stayed for three days and in that time, we were never given clean towels. For the high price...More

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Reviewed 4 September 2017

. The place is very nice, remote and close to the Yellowstone east entrance. It is not cheap and that is the price you pay to be 40 miles near the gate than in Cody. The cabins are very basic without many facilities and the...More

Thank Gadi E
Reviewed 14 August 2017 via mobile

We had a group of 14 that were staying a few miles away from here and booked a trail ride through the lodge. Our youngest riders were 6 years old and our oldest was 85. The trail was amazing, taking us into the mountains and...More

Thank maegly
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Historic cabins right on the river, deep in a canyon. Our cabin was clean and comfortable. We ate dinner and breakfast there during our two-day stay and enjoyed all the meals. For a nominal cost, they even provided a lunch to go for my husband...More

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"Dirt roads were a little difficult for motorcycles."
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"These are cabins, all with a great view"
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"We bought a cheap charcoal grill at Wal-Mart in Cody to use during our stay."
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"We stayed in cabin 5, king side bed."
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