Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins Red Lodge
Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
Drove town found the Beartooth Museum and went in, liked it. Went by a silversmith store that had a sale going. Great sale if you great big western belt buckles and huge ear rings and boot decorations. Going to the Beartooth Highway ...
... I was a bit disappointed that I did not come across any mountain goats as I do know they can be found in this area. However, the overall experience was still amazing!
Traveling down the opposite side of the range, making our way to the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway and, ultimately, back to our lodging in Cody, ...
It snowed all night. Some drifting too. I asked the hotel manager how much snow we got, (he moved here from California 4 days ago) he said more than 2 inches. LOL. Understatement! Weather.com says 10.3 inches!
We decided to stay put for a extra day. The roads should be good to travel tomorrow. Posted a few more pics from a little drive.
We started out for Yellowstone Park at 7:40 am by taking Hwy 212 - it's a scenic windy road up and over the Beartooth Mountains. It wasn't long before we saw patches of snow as we climbed the mountain range. By 8:18 am we were leaving Montana behind us and driving into Wyoming. You could see the beautiful green Beartooth plateau above the tree line and small crystal clear lakes lined by evergreen trees. I've never been to Switzerland but ...
... the natural history and particularly about William Cody or Buffalo Bill as he became known – what a character and showman.
Loraine and I were given the responsibility to lead the way to Yellowstone – to get here, find our camping place and be organized before the boys and BBB arrived – what a responsibility. We did good, through a series of tunnels in the mountains ...