Wild Rose Bed and Breakfast

Address: 10280 U.S. Highway 2 East, Coram, Montana, 59913, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 10280 U.S. Highway 2 East, Coram, is near Willow's HuckleberryLand and Bob Marshall Wilderness Ranch of Montana.
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Travel Blogs from Coram

Highline Trail

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 31, 2015

... with just a garden hose attached to the
cliff for a hand rail. In about 2 miles,
we stopped at a rocky open area for a snack.
We were soon greeted by several marmots, who came out of the rocks,
looking for a bite to eat. Continuing
on, we could see Lake McDonald, Heaven’s Peak, and several other features of
the park. Heaven’s Peak was visible for
nearly the entire hike. Along the Garden

Grinnell Glacier

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Jul 29, 2015

24 photos

... on the side of the road. Every once in a while, we'd see a pack in the middle of the road; one with invariably turn to us and give us a bored look.

Once we turned left from the highway onto Many Glacier, the majestic peaks that this park is known for came into view, and we could even see several glaciers up high on the rocks. One of them was Grinnell, although we didn't know that yet. We parked at Many Glacier hotel and hurried down to the dock but alas, the 8:30 ...

Glacier, The Road to Apgar

A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 20, 2015

3 photos

... top at Logan Pass. The Pass has a visitor center but it was freezing cold, raining and jam packed, so packed that we could not even walk thru. I told Zaya, "let’s get out of here". We used the restroom and moved on down the road.

The road down to Apgar is steep and narrow, so narrow that we were nervous. There is a complete drop off, down to the river way, way down on one side, and a jagged rock wall on the inside. Perfect road for the Ferrari or ...

Cracker Lake

A travel blog entry by stebbsntoneman on Jul 08, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... however, continually engaging in exchanges about where each of us was from and going. Their English wasn't stellar, but proficient enough to have some friendly conversation. Their presence made the 1,400 ft. climb up to Cracker Lake seem like a breeze as we sauntered along. The trail followed a river running through a glacial valley covered in berry bushes and low shrubs, prime Grizzly habitat. As the trail rises it eventually leads to an opened ...

The Crowning Jewel! Indeed!

A travel blog entry by billandteena on Jul 26, 2012

1 comment, 14 photos

... and Columbia Falls, and a well timed entry
into Glacier as full campgrounds were starting to empty of
vacationers setting off on the homeward leg of their journey .
First come-first serve campgrounds have provided the greatest source
of undue stress in our travels to date. Still if we were living on
any kind of schedule it would have driven us nuts with it's constant
demands of order!
Yes, the headlining parks ...