No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Big Timber
Travel Blogs from Big Timber
... lane that followed the Boulder River, and had no passes...we chose the scenic route, along the river. So we went 34 miles versus about 64 miles...and no big hill climbs. Our temperature is sitting between 165F and 175F...not great, but we can't avoid these huge mountain passes. They are pretty spectacular! Once we rejoined the I 15 after Boulder Hot Springs, we hit pass after pass and the highest temperature was 180F ....so it was pretty tense at times, wondering if ...
... on more frontage road - so much quieter, and so much less traffic! On the way we saw the entrance to the Bozeman Tunnel, where the railroad goes through the pass. We stopped at the top (5760 feet), took pictures, and realized we had averaged almost 12 mph going up! From this point on it is almost all downhill - no more climbs, except for short 1/2 mile stuff here and there. When (and if) ...
... eye opener to see it all up close and personal.
Tonight we are staying at Spring Creek and Trout Fishing Campground. It is a nice private RV park that also has tent sites and a few cabins to rent. Turns out the owner lives in Washington. The river is right behind the campground. The town of Big Timber is small but there are enough people to have had a wedding reception for 200 here last night.
Just a side note: the city of Buffalo has a population of 4500 and ...
... 8230; ghostly objects… calling your name. It’s right out of the movies.”
“Yeah… well it’s pretty real to me.”
“Oh, it’s real all right. It could be a setup by your skateboarding friends.”
“Yeah, but that’s an awful lot of trouble just to win a skateboard on a bet.”
“You’re right. Let’s see what happens next.” I ...
... and leveling the coach (about a 30-minute process). They disappear inside until cocktail time at which point two lawn chairs emerge from a compartment underneath and are set up under the awning, two drinks from the glass bar inside, and several other couples from similar sized land-yachts drift over and they share their “camping experiences”. After the cocktail hour, they disappear inside again to watch TV.
The smaller campers ...