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Lodging NEAR Yellowstone and Grand Teton

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A year ago we began planning a trip to Yellowstone/GTNP during the '09 summer. That trip got shelved and we are now looking to do it this summer.

We want to be able to visit both parks but we also want have the Western ranch experience with good food! We are also looking for a ranch with cabins because we need two bedrooms for our family. Price doesn't matter - we just need some guidance because this is our first trip to that part of the country.

We've looked into both the Triangle X Ranch and Gros Ventre River Ranch. We were thinking that if we stayed at either of these lodges we could spend a few days at the park and a few days at the ranch, riding, fishing, and relaxing.

Looking for some guidance on all of this. Thanks.

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