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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... climb through Moose Park (a plateau at 7800ft) on the scenic byway that we followed yesterday afternoon. Despite the cold start you couldn't help but notice how beautiful this place is - stunning panoramas in every direction. From Moose Park it was a glorious 4 mile descent on pavement to Elkhorn Hot Springs. Initially these looked a little disappointing - we were hoping for natural hot pools rather than a swimming pool - but as soon as you were in the 95 degree ...
... difficult to find in the US! Jackson Hole is an attractive place, if a little bit touristy, and was famous for beaver hunting in the 19th century. From here we visited Grand Teton National Park and, of course, Yellowstone Park where we spotted our first grizzly - see photo. The bear looks a bit small, but Jellard couldn't get any closer! I stayed in the car ;-) ...
... the slope and slowly make my way down then it became possible. Life in Christ is similar, our thinking needs to change. Our mindset is not to be ‘I can’t do this’ but little by little with God’s way of thinking and His help, the challenges of life can be faced.
Saturday night we had a special dinner in a Yurt (a tent)
Yurt dinner at the top of one of the mountains, bob-sledding in the crazy Aussie way, at a table with ...
... make a turn coming down, the whole valley of Butte opens up and it quite beautiful. Then you see the strip mining that is and was big business here and it is something to see.
As soon as we check into our campground, we look back to the mountain and it is totally engulfed in rain clouds. We made that just in the nick of time!
Enjoy the drive with us, once again. This time lots of barns along the way...
After leaving Yellowstone we had a short 100 mile drive to Big Sky Resort, across the mountains in Montana. We were able to stay at our friends condo as the ski season has finished and the summer season is another month away. The resort is at 7500ft and is a bit like Thredbo only 10 times as big. There is not much happening and we are using this time as a rest day and to sort out our car, bags etc after a month and 7000 miles on the ...
Other places to stay in Big Sky
1 Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | 3 star condofrom $248
1 Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | Condofrom $345
Yellowtail Road, Big Sky | Condofrom $323
Big Sky Resort, Big Sky | Condofrom $290
1405 Beaverhead Circle, Big Sky | Condofrom $391
Big Sky Resort, Turkey Leg Road, Big Sky | 3 star condofrom $185
One Lone Mountain Trail, Big Sky | 4 star condofrom $190