The High Lonesome

Address: 152 Ennis Lake Rd, Ennis, Montana, 59729, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 152 Ennis Lake Rd, Ennis.
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Travel Blogs from Ennis

Boondocking In The Land of Mozzies

A travel blog entry by socs on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... inside and get napkins and cutlery because our “waiter” didn’t. We paid $19 for 4 pieces of battered, deep fried chicken. It wasn’t good, but we split it so it made the pain of paying for such ****** service, a little less. Our waiter was only good for one thing: bringing us alcohol. I’ve been drinking gluten free cider lately. It’s yummy and it’s the only gluten free I’ve been incorporating into my diet. I decided at ...

Across the Great Divide

A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 02, 2014

16 photos

... hawk! But it was still a pretty ride, and the sun shone from a clear blue sky.

We stopped back at the lodge for our morning break, and the staff were just getting ready to leave to spend the day at Yellowstone. They made sandwiches for us, and packed cookies, chips, and cokes which we packed on our bikes so that they could have the whole day free. (Even the staff need a day free once in a while!) Then they took off for ...

From Yellowstone to Ennis

A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... to have a look on the grounds of our motel, well was I in for a surprise. As I turned the corner next to our room I was confronted with a young black bear. I'd been scouring the woods for three days with no luck and the bear came to visit me. Not sure who got the biggest surprise but the bear took off at a rate of knots and was last seen climbing the nearby woodpile. What will tomorrow ...

Cool Cave on a Hot Day

A travel blog entry by kann2010 on Jul 18, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... br>
Ki’s thoughts: The mountains are beautiful to drive thru. The cave tour was awesome. I liked all the different formations of rocks and all the different names for them.

Ke’s thoughts: I really, really enjoyed the cave because I liked how we walked down and down and down. The deeper we got, the more beautiful it was.

Q’s thoughts: I enjoyed my first cave tour ...

Montana's Birthplace

A travel blog entry by samskinner on May 30, 2011

4 photos

... the horizon above the main street, commemorating (as such) the five men hung for their careers as bandits, bank robbers and murderers back when the area was first established. Marking the first real crackdown on crime across the newly emerging mining communities, if it wasn't already prominent then this event really put VC on the map. Not maybe the best historical accolade but a sign of the strength of the community, that still pervades today.