I am going on a road trip with my family with my parents who are around 60 years old.
We are flying into Bozeman, MT in September and do a road trip to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton for 7 days.
Prior to planning the trip, my family already booked the hotels but while I am planning the trip, I was wondering if the West Yellowstone is worth visiting at all. right now the route would look like this:
The bad news is we can't cancel the reservation at Hibernation Station since it is non-refundable.
While staying near Mammoth Hot Spring, we will have 3 full days exploring Yellowstone. Then 2 full days to explore Grand Teton.
I am most worried about what to do near Hibernation Station. If I am not mistaken, it is the west part of yellowstone and as far as I know, there is not much going on around there. We will spend two nights there then fly out in the morning after that, which leave me with a full day without a concrete plan.
Any advice on what to do near West Yellowstone is appreciated!
Also, any suggestions on the hiking trails in Grand Teton? Thinking about doing a full day and another half day hike.