Lolo Hot Springs

Address: 38500 West U.S. Highway 12, Lolo, Montana, 59847, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 38500 West U.S. Highway 12, Lolo.
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      Travelers' Rest and Lolo Pass

      A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 15, 2013

      7 photos

      Today was another L&C day. The Corps of Discovery passed about 20 miles south of Missoula on both trips (east and west). They camped at a spot they referred to as "Travelers' Rest" on the trip west from September 9-12, 1805 (I missed the 208 year anniversary by three days!) and stayed here on June 30, 1806 on the trip back east (this is the point where they split up on the return trip: Clark went down the Bitterroot ...

      Day #23 Powell, ID to Missoula, MT

      A travel blog entry by chris.markus on Aug 08, 2013

      3 comments, 11 photos

      Today was a great day finally cresting Lolo Pass and entering Montana. That was something I didn't think was going to happen several times during this trip. I finally got to visit the Adventure Cycling Association Headquarters, long a dream of mine. I was chosen or I should say Betty was chosen to have a classic black and white photo taken for the office walls, and maybe the official magazine. Everyone gets a polaroid picture taken ...


      A travel blog entry by erin_boo_jones on Jun 29, 2013

      ... it still hasn't hit me yet. I mean, it's kind of hard to imagine that
      in just two days I will be in a country where it is normal to have
      cows wandering accross the street and people bathing in the same
      river where they throw ashes from a cremation. I think that places
      like Nepal are so foreign that until you are there, you can't quite
      understand what it will be like.
      the next few days we will travel first to Vancouver, then Guang Zho,

      Return, Day 12: Sheridan, WY to Missoula, MT

      A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt on Sep 26, 2012

      28 photos

      ... on TripAdvisor's app, we decided just to get into Missoula and actually show up at the place we wanted to stay (Ruby's Inn). The hotel had good ratings and is local/independent (something I strive to find, but am not always successful), and I just had a good feeling about it. Instinct. Follow it. Yes, they had a room. Oh, and yes, they were pet-friendly and reasonable and had a pool/hot tub. Oh, and yes, a hot breakfast buffet ...

      Mmmm....Fried Chicken

      A travel blog entry by solinski on Aug 02, 2012

      ... with picnic benches and a park.We drove through Spokane Washington, a larger city in Washington.

      We were trying to reach the I90, a main interstate that goes across the US. There were a couple signs to show the way through the city, but not many. We were happy when we finally found it!

      I'm not exactly known for my map skills (as some of you would know) so when counting the number of miles until ...