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    I just got back from Yellowstone and Jackson Hole !! and all I can say is

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    Tim,

    Did you get to take the tram up to the top? The view from
    up there is spectacular!

    Ian

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    Originally posted by ian408
    Tim,

    Did you get to take the tram up to the top? The view from
    up there is spectacular!

    Ian
    No I didn't take the tram . I feel much more comfortable with both feet on the ground. but I watched I can't believe they ski down them things

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    Last summer my wife I stayed at the Hostel in Teton village for a night. We rode the Tram up to the top. Why I get on every Tram I come across I don't know. They always scare the crap out of me. The view was awesome. Of course after we got back down I was just fine with the view of my beer at the Mangy Moose Saloon!
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    Originally posted by ride-a-lot
    Last summer my wife I stayed at the Hostel in Teton village for a night. We rode the Tram up to the top. Why I get on every Tram I come across I don't know. They always scare the crap out of me. The view was awesome. Of course after we got back down I was just fine with the view of my beer at the Mangy Moose Saloon!
    The view was best from the ground Teton village was really nice . I just wish I would have had more time

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    I last visited the tram during the fires in Yellowstone. It was a
    clear day and the views of the fires were staggering. Columns
    of smoke rising into the clear sky. Skeery stuff.

    Ian

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