The Emily A. Bed and Breakfast

Address: MT 83, Seeley Lake, Montana, 59868, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on MT 83, Seeley Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Seeley Lake

Garnet Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 24, 2015

25 photos

... 8217;s. Some dry years meant less flowing water. Heavy equipment was required to crush rock that was mined in the hillsides and down shafts dug in the ground and it was hard to get such machinery in to mining areas where there was a lack of roads. This coupled with poor and inefficient refining and smelting procedures slowed mining for another two decades.

In 1895 the Sherman Silver Purchase Act which guaranteed that the government would buy ...

Wes - Montana at Its Best!

A travel blog entry by wesca on Jun 25, 2015

7 comments, 4 photos

... I paid the price coming through McDonald Pass west of Helena! Will I never learn?
But I found, when my little "kite" starts doing flip-flops in the mountain thermals, I just pull the power back, pull the stick back, and cruise along at 50 to 60 mph and go-with-the-flow! (Like I have a choice ;-)
I made it to Seeley Lake strip at about 1:30 and tied down for the night.
After landing, I met Scott who walked over from his ...

Hidden Beauty

A travel blog entry by rbtravelcircus on May 19, 2015

... would be good vantage points for seeing all of the trees as well as whatever existed further back. I hiked the one to the north first, and then the one to the south, and about 20-30 miles to the west was a spectacular snowcapped mountain range. I felt pretty lucky to see what I did and it really put it in to perspective to think about how many people actually got to see this place specifically and even more generally, places like it.
I ...

Entry number two

A travel blog entry by craigsmure on May 05, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... beckoning. Finally I turned off on a tiny trail called 583D1, and that is where we are, probably literally miles and miles from the nearest human being. My crude altimeter says we're at about 6500 feet. Gonna be a long way back to 12. Tomorrow - further south and further east, though I should probably stop going east as I am already at the longitude of Salt Lake City.


5. Whitefish to Holland Lake (3 days, 122.3 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Aug 25, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... detour along an incorrectly selected trail. Some people would say that we were lost; we decided we had gone the wrong way when the trail ran out, we were pushing our bikes through huge piles of grizzly poo, and there were motion sensor cameras on the trees. Towards the end of the route we got spectacular views of both Swan and Mission mountains but were too tired to get the camera out. We finally reached the camp ground at Holland Lake as gibbering wrecks, but the ...