Super 8 Motel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Motel Hardin
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Motel Hardin
Travel Blogs from Hardin
6.00pm we arrived at ***********tana. We started off for breakie at at the Cooke City cafe across the road from the motel...The Bistro. Then got on our bikes..and travelled to Bear Tooth Pass...this is where we slowly climb winding roads ...getting up to an elevation of 11,000 feet ..not sure what the metres are! But it was freezing cold ..glad we …
... expanse of prairie which is inhabited by prairie dogs. these little creatures are fascinating - but don't be tempted to get too close - they carry plague. don't put your hand in the holes they dig either - there are black widow spiders living down there (so the signs said).
People actually try to climb up it - we saw ...
... for the RV. We backtracked a little going through Cody to Billings and then onto Hardin (back in Montana) so we can head to Devil’s Tower tomorrow.
All around us, the mountains and cliffs were made up of a very crumbly shale and in various areas, there had been huge rock slides, fortunately not when we were there. There were also lots of trees that had fallen down but were left in their natural state for the animals etc. Although there are still ...
... were heading west (in search of gold) until they were ordered, by the government to quit it. The Indians didn’t take this **** so the army was called to “enforce” the order. Basically, they had their land taken from them by white people and given other land as a consolation price. Then that land was then taken once something of worth was discovered on it. This is a common theme in the history I’ve read thus far.
Sitting Bull (Lakota) ...
... the distance…we can see MOUNTAINS. We get to Spring Creek, check in, and park. We are across from the laundry, so yay I can do laundry. Allen takes photos of the campground and the raging torrent called Spring Creek. The rains here have filled the rivers and creeks. We’re glad we’re not on a campsite near the river. So, we finally call it a night—glad to be here safely through the rain. We leave tomorrow for Yellowstone.