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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
Sunday morning was beautiful. The sun was up early but the kids slept in. Then Doug made bacon on our fancy new grill outside and I made french toast. It was a feast. Abby was talked about going back to the lake for a morning swim but 50 degree weather in the morning changed her mind. We packed up and headed to Colter Bay, further up the Tetons on …
... an hour of time on the sled. A short drive to Mill Creek Canyon, unloading the sled and dogs, harnessing the dogs and then reversing this process consumed the remaining three hours. At the midpoint Matt (the musher and owner) anchored the sled and team and laid out a picnic lunch on a blanket on the snow. During lunch it began to snow, continuing throughout the day and much ...
We were all ready to go skiing well before the chair lifts opened but the kids set off regardless and had to wait at the lifts to get up the mountain again.
We tried lots of new slopes on the southern side of the mountain (Big Sky Summit area) and had a great time. The boys especially got right into the Terrain Park areas where you can do jumps and other scary things but generally I just skied along behind them all watching how it went. ...
... and other than the cool soda shop we had lunch in there was not much else to do. So we headed to Virginia and Nevada cities. What a blast to the past. Past meaning 1800's. The two towns were still like old west towns. We found a place to pan for gold, but left with no more gold then we started with. With nothing left to explore, I made an executive decision to blow the joint and bless Big Sky with our visit. What a good choice. Tomorrow we white water raft the Gallatin ...
... our bear spray so Mark donated it to the rangers at the visitor center and they were happy to receive it. Shortly after leaving the Mammoth area, we passed the state border into Montana. Just after that were some people on the roadside, including a ranger. There was a family of elk enjoying the late morning sun and the river, a lovely spot for them. One guy had been down photographing the elk across the stream and didn't realize that another ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking