Elkhorn Mountain Inn

Address: 1 Jackson Creek Road, Montana City, Montana, 59634, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Jackson Creek Road, Montana City, is near Montana State Capitol, The Montana Historical Society, Last Chance Tours, and Original Governor's Mansion.
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    Travel Blogs from Montana City

    A Friend Passed...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Aug 10, 2015


    ... Missouri River. We're about finished with our circular trip and will be in Helena tomorrow before noon.

    We had a fine time and saw lots more of Montana than we had expected. This spot is full of rigs, yet it's quiet and green. No cost to stay tops it all off. There's no electricity or water, but it works...

    Thanks for stopping by and we'll see you in a couple of weeks as we head west to Butte and on to Chinook, Washington to find the fish for Lynn.

    First Summer Trip in The Pearl

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Aug 03, 2015


    ... We love to hike! I took a few photos of the area which I will put up on Flickr later today.

    Our next trip will be to Great Falls and then up to Raynesford, Montana enroute to a week or so camping around Lewistown.

    It's good to have you back again...

    Oh, I also added some new moon and moose photos from last month at the lake, plus some animal shots from the Last Chance Fair for you to check out...

    West Yellowstone to Helena by way of Quake Lake

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 24, 2015

    10 photos

    ... so we could see it again. Last time we stopped at the national information center, this time we did not.

    The drive itself was not down steep mountainsides with multiple switchbacks, but long climbs up a mountainside and then a long gradual descent down the other side. The speed limit ranged from 55 to 75. But I found that with the curves and pulling the camper that I needed to go the 'truck' speed limit which was generally 10 mph less. ...

    On the way to Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jul 07, 2015

    7 comments, 36 photos

    ... saw marmots, lots of two varieties of ground squirrels and a family of mountain goats, who were on the path. July 15th: Today, Betsy and I drove to Many Glacier area, which the others had already explored, and completed a hike up to Ptarmigan Tunnel, by of Ptarmigan Falls and Lake. The hike in total was just over 11 miles and ascended 2,200 feet. Just after leaving from the trailhead, a juvenile grizzly bear walked across the path in front of group just ahead us. We quietly ...

    Day Two...... rabbits, rubber, and wraps :)

    A travel blog entry by samber06 on Jul 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the next couple of hours other then the road is clear and the countryside floats by one song at a time. Had too much coffee at breakfast and it's time for a pitstop. Now, one could stop at all the same spots on this part of the drive as we know the places and how far we can push before needing gas, or restrooms.. or both. But where is the fun in that! So this time we pull into tiny roadside stop called Dell. Not much to say about it, ...