Copper King Mansion

219 W. Granite St., Butte, Montana, 59701, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 219 W. Granite St., Butte, is near Berkeley Pit, Dumas Brothel, The Mai Wah, and The Piccadilly Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Butte

    Yellowstone second day

    A travel blog entry by sandrobbins on Sep 14, 2013

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    Headed for Yellowstone again still hoping to see some wildlife especially bison. Drove to upper falls and hiked down 325 steps to see lower falls and they were beautiful. It was a lot harder coming back up but worth the trip. Decided to head back the way we came and saw one bison lying in the grass. Santiago took lots of pictures. We drove another couple of miles and saw about twenty bison coming down the middle ...

    Toxic Pit of Goose Death?

    A travel blog entry by therizzos on Aug 13, 2013

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    ... of geese flew into it and all of them died instantly. We could sort of see where it was from our campsite but we opted not to go see it up close!

    This was only a stopover so we didn't have much time for sightseeing. But getting to Butte from Kalispell was really really pretty (according to Dad - I didn't look out the window much). ...

    Butte, MT

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jul 02, 2013

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    ... ugly visually (a whole mountain was mined from the top down, leaving a huge pit in its place), but is apparently REALLY ugly, environmentally -- one of the nation's largest, if not THE largest, remaining Superfund sites. Although they have an nice park-like area bordering the industrial area and the pit (trails, grass, picnic areas, benches, etc.), we could not find a venue that would allow us to see down into the pit. The map on the historical markers ...

    Homeward Bound thru BIG SKY Country Montana

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Sep 15, 2012

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    ... and uncertainties. That is the legacy of the Grants and the Kohrs, whose pioneer ranch, complete with original furnishings, is a reminder of an important chapter in the history of the West." The smoke haze from the Wildfires was too great to get any good photography this trip, so we will share our pictures of this GREAT Historic Working Ranch from our last trip thru . . .

    Continuing Travel West thru Montana, then ...

    Back in my ol' Hometown...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jun 03, 2012

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    ... then through the Ruby Valley. It was on Virginia City hill that my brother, Bob, was in an automobile accident when I was ten years old. I think I saw the curve where it all happened. He passed on the next day at the tender age of twenty-three.


    The Ruby Range, to my left, as I drove through Alder is almost free of snow. Many memories passed through my head of the times we spent at our cabin in the ...