Bitterroot River Bed and Breakfast LLC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Hi All - hope everyone is doing well.
We've spent four nights here in Missoula and will be leaving tomorrow morning and heading to West Glacier. '
It was nice staying in one place for 4 nights. It really felt relaxing. We've definitely enjoyed our time here in Missoula --- so beautiful and the people here really love their state and are so proud of Montana. I can see why. Everywhere you look, you see nothing but mountains. It ...
Claudio has been doing an extraordinary job of leading us. He is both familiar with the area from having ridden it before and he assiduously studies the maps each evening/morning determining our route. His singular goal is to maximize the amount of time we spend on dirt. Today he laid out what promised to be an epic ride with roughly 80% on dirt.
We started the day picking up a dirt road just outside of Challis that followed Panther Creek. ...
... I can't explain why they were there as there was no water around but they they were in plague proportions. You could swipe at one on your leg and be guranteed of scoring three. Needless to see we raced through the bucket and headed back to our room. The following day we enjoyed 18 holes at the Larchmont Golf course in Missoula where we both had our moments of brilliance. I also discovered that Maya is good at throwing golf ...
... is run by Idaho. I’m getting a little ahead of myself; I head back east tomorrow and won’t be in Idaho again until some time next week (I think). However, I also found part of the original trail that L&C used when they crossed the mountain, which was interesting. The portion of the trail I visited is owned by a timber company now, but various sections of the trail in Idaho are marked for hiking, which is ...
You need some boring rides to make you appreciate the great ones. The ride from West Glacier to Missoula Montana fit the bill. Started out riding around a big lake. The gray sky sucked the color out of the lake and the surrounding land was short of inspirational. And then there is the road south of the lake(route 93). On the map it was drawn with a ruler and on land it was straighter. So we ...