Beartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBeartooth Hideaway Inn & Cabins Red Lodge
Reasonable price for a place in Red Lodge this time of year; especially since I've only been booking a day ahead. About half the place is filled with bikers this time of year. Friendly staff. Rooms and hotel are dated but it's clean and affordable.
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Before I start today's entry, I want to mention that the reason I've been providing the highway #'s in the blog is that the blog app only draws a straight line from point A to point B each day and as a result it is sometimes hard to actually know what roads I took during the day. Of course, google maps is then needed to see the actual route, but if …
... about the temp. changes, entered the Beartooth region. I had layers of clothing on and stripped 3 layers off in West Yellowstone. Stopping for gas in ????? I re-layered and found that that was a little premature because the highway had warmed up to 78 and I was cooking.
I changed my gloves out and removed the' thank you very much most of the time Andruzzi Foundation jacket' and headed into the Beartooth. Wow!!. Sorry I forgot to ...
... met with more gradual slopes and occasional ponds, some of which were covered with a blueish layer of ice due to the pureness of the water.
Here is a video I found on Youtube of riding the Beartooth Highway. It gives a decent representation as to what the ride is like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bj5VUsI H3og
... due to a methane explosion which killed 74 miners after poor safety regulations were observed. We had dinner at the Beartooth Elks Lodge in Red Lodge. (All you can eat spaghetti for $5). It was an interesting facility with Elk heads adorning the walls. We actually ended up having dinner with the couple who were parked next to our site in Perry's ...
... got up close and personal with them. Combined with the clear blue sky and rising temps, I was totally engaged.
Heading north just before Mamouth a very big bear (we think it was a grizzly) crossed the road right in front of Bill's bike and when it got to the other side it stopped, turned, and looked directly at me. About 15 yards from me. I decided that stopping to take a picture was not a good idea. When ...