Wilderness Gateway Inn

Address: 2996 Montana Highway 83 North, Seeley Lake, Montana, 59868, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 2996 Montana Highway 83 North, Seeley Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Seeley Lake

    Wes - Montana at Its Best!

    A travel blog entry by wesca on Jun 25, 2015

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... shelter there is sponsored and maintained by the RAF (Recreational Aviation Foundation) folks and is the "Hilton" of pilot shelters. Plenty of room to tie down your airplane on gorgeous grass, pitch a tent and cook out in the shelter!

    I didn't get as early a start as I should have this morning after getting the airplane packed, stopping for fuel, and yacking with John and Trisha (RAF folks) at their hangar on the way out. ...

    Holland Lake and Seeley Lake

    A travel blog entry by jmgoldman on Jun 22, 2015

    5 photos

    To Holland lake: 56 miles Lots of miles but had lots of riding buddies today! One just decided to quit the trail and head out to the aca headquarters in missoula because apparently if you show up with a loaded bike you get free ice cream. .. To Seeley Lake: 32 miles I know 32 doesn't seem much but climbing this crazy trail over Richmond peak was super intense. Like really bad trail conditions but honestly it was outrageous and I'd totally ride back and do it again ...

    Hidden Beauty

    A travel blog entry by rbtravelcircus on May 19, 2015

    ... set their guns on was an old metal folding chair. I wondered if people were still using this site, but considering the state of the range as well as the plants growing through all of the fire pits, I decided it would probably be okay to take the chair.
    When I got back to camp I went for a quick dip in the river. I'll admit that it was a very quick dip, because the water is still pretty damn cold from the runoff. I went through my ...

    Entry number two

    A travel blog entry by craigsmure on May 05, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... today, though it was probably six. Slow going in this big underpowered thing. From this morning I continued generally south and east. Starting with a long slow downhill dirt road trek from last night's excellent spot (saw four elk on the way down the mountain) I drove this absolutely beautiful drive south on 83, left (east) on highway 200, south on 141, east on 12, ...

    Day 8

    A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jun 25, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... unanswered.

    Having turned back, we were now committed to re-tracing our steps down the mountain back to the Salmon river and making our way around to the East, at which point we hoped to resume the route that Claudio had laid out. However, when we stopped at the nearby Forest Service office to get a report on whether the route we had planned (over another 8500+ foot pass) was open, we were informed that it was not.

    The only ...