Montana's Mountain Meadow Inn

Address: 2245 Head Lane, Helena, Montana, 59602, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 2245 Head Lane, Helena, is near Mount Helena, Last Chance Gulch, Holter Lake, and Archie Bray Foundation.
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Travel Blogs from Helena

Day 38 - Helena, MT with a Quality Inn Helena upda

A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Aug 05, 2015

... It's hard when there's no place for the dog to be except the car (and in the summer, that's not an option) and I found this inconsiderate. In addition, she left a bottle of industrial strength cleaner and a dirty sponge in the room - not things I would have wanted the dog (or, in another instance, kids) find first.
We ate a light breakfast at the hotel (the lady running the breakfast room was very ...

On the way to Glacier National Park

A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jul 07, 2015

7 comments, 36 photos

... Montana Capital is an imposing stone building of classical architecture. Capitals are built in this style for two reasons - first to honor the democratic tradition going back to Ancient Greece and second to inspire people to be on their best, most respectful behavior. The pole vaulting was fun because the athletes were into it as the attempted personal records. We saw one guy who cleared the bar set at 16 feet, something like six inches higher than his best, by about a foot. ...

Lions, Tigers, and Bears...

A travel blog entry by jhalesworth on Oct 21, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... Ah, this is the life! (PS: the big bottle of bear spray doesn’t hurt to subside the fears also). I don’t usually consider my days outside of work very productive, but today proved me wrong. I woke up and promptly went for a run with Finn around Spokane crisscrossing the river and rapids below. My legs were stiff from the drive the day before. Definitely a city a little rough around the edges but very cool elements to it. On the way out of town, I stopped at ...

8. Lincoln to Butte (4 days, 141 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Aug 31, 2014

1 comment, 44 photos

... the highway onto an 'unmaintained cattle track'. At this point in the narrative you need to insert at least one expletive into every phrase to recreate our experience. There was a ridiculously strong headwind (Matt's favourite). The track was sandy and flooded in places so we had to push our bikes up onto the bank, then it climbed viciously steeply only to drop straight back down again. We passed various points of historical interest; old mines along with the ...

Kurt wants to settle in Montana

A travel blog entry by kurt-kristy on Aug 07, 2014

19 photos

... to stand in line to try to get a backcountry permit for us (he was successful). He brought me a vanilla latte, went on 2 beautiful hikes with me, gave me a new sleeping bag (i fell in love with one in REI last week), and took me out for birthday pizza (where we both somehow received free beer)! I was so excited to see bighorn sheep, mountain goats--they were actually on the trail just a few feet away from us, and my 3rd grizzly sighting of the summer--he was splashing ...