Gallatin Gateway Inn

Address: 76405 Gallatin Road (Highway 191), Gallatin Gateway, Montana, 59730, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 76405 Gallatin Road (Highway 191), Gallatin Gateway, is near Geyser Whitewater Expeditions.
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Travel Blogs from Gallatin Gateway

9. Butte to Lima (5 days, 190 miles)

A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 04, 2014

57 photos

... it had everything we needed, plus coke and home made muffins which tasted divine. From Wise River, we rode twenty miles on the paved Scenic Byway in two hours, climbing very gently. It was stunning. So serene, with mountains on either side, creeks along the road, no traffic and only a whisper of wind. And Matt saw his first grizzly just as he was arriving at the campsite. He called out 'hey bear' as he had been instructed to do so by bear police Nadine. As the animal ran off ...

And we're off.

A travel blog entry by srbruner on Jul 29, 2012

7 comments, 6 photos

... the Buffalo Gap Campground in the Little Missouri National Grasslands in western North Dakota and found a spot to sleep. My plan was to sleep in my tent, but when I got out of the car and felt cool, bug-free air, and looked up at the clear, star-filled sky, I decided to skip setting up the tent and enjoy a night in the open. I had a great sleep. I’ll go back to that campground.

North Dakota sometimes gets a bad rap for being flat and boring. ...

Fly Fishing and More Zipping

A travel blog entry by jmbarnes65 on Jun 05, 2012

... Alex, we learned that this was not the ideal season for fly fishing and that the river was un-wadeable. Alex was very honest with us about the conditions. He said that the river was basically "churning chocolate milk" and was much too high and swift to wade and do any meaningful fishing. Drew and I decided to go ahead with the first part of the outing, which was teaching us how to cast and a lesson about the type of fish in the river and the ...

Zip 'n Dip

A travel blog entry by jmbarnes65 on May 29, 2012

38 photos

... in the afternoon, after clouds had rolled in, was around 55 or so. We all had to wear survival type wet suits, a fleece jacket, and then a waterproof splash jacket. Everything stayed warm and fairly dry except for our hands and faces. My hands were really cold for the first few minutes, but then I got used to it and it really didn't bother me much after that. Montana Whitewater had photographers at a few of ...

Back to work...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on Oct 08, 2011

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We didn't know what to do with ourselves! We had a bit of a void not having our travel companions around. Then we found ourselves in Bozeman, needing to plan again! Postponing the inevitable we went to Montana Ale Works for an excellent Happy Hour.

We so enjoyed having some other people to bounce our ideas off of and were willingly/happily allowing others to plan for us! Now it was up to us again. So ...