The Trout House

158 Bridger Hollow Road, Pray, Montana, 59065, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 158 Bridger Hollow Road, Pray, is near Absaroka Dogsled Treks, Fridley Creek, Sixmile Creek, and Emigrant Creek.
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Travel Blogs from Pray

Dogsledding, while in the neighborhood

A travel blog entry by sirnick on Jan 22, 2014

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... 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 ...

I'm ready for cold

A travel blog entry by sirnick on Jan 21, 2014

1 comment

... to Chico, I arrived at 8 pm, comfortably in time for my 9 pm dinner reservation at the resort's restaurant. The menu was a pleasant surprise. I finally settled on a stuffed mushroom appetizer (so-so), a wonderful salmon entree, and a tasty crumb cake dessert. My room on the second floor of the main building was ...

Day 19. Touring Yellowstone's North Loop

A travel blog entry by david-willett on Sep 07, 2013

3 comments, 6 photos

... a right-hand drive country! I saluted him (expletive deleted) and motored on with heart pounding.

Later on after seeing many more bison, antelope and a hunting coyote in the Lamar Valley, I took a rough 8 mile dirt road up on top of the Blacktail Plateau. Few cars, great views, lots of antelope and felt like I was some kind of wilderness adventurer like in the movie "Long Way Round", but of course ...

Water water everywhere

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 19, 2013

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... she was awesome. All the kayaking we've done has really paid off. And then Livvy wanted to, even though rowing meant sitting in the front of the boat where you'd get splashed with icy mountain stream water. With all this rowing enthusiasm, I mostly sat in the back and enjoyed myself. Those are some awesome kids. After rafting we drove a few miles into the park to Boiling River, known as the best-kept secret in Yellowstone ...

A long day in Yellowstone Park

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 16, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... but that was like a zoo! Glad we saw the one grizzly when first drove in. The landscape through the park is worth the drive, albeit not 14 hours. We did view Old Faithful erupt. The colored sulphur pools were an amazing blue. Teddy Roosevelt is given credit for preserving the land and the park development. It is an American treasure! With the exception of not seeing lots of wildlife we were not disappointed. Yellowstone, check ...