Burnt Out Lodge

Address: 248 Upper Deer Creek Road , Big Timber, Montana, 59011 , United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 248 Upper Deer Creek Road , Big Timber.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Timber

    West Boulder Road

    A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... with me - not to a deserted island, but - high onto a mountain top. (Note: the movie The Horse Whisperer was actually filmed here; the house prop was left a few miles from the campground.)

    West Boulder Road begins beside the Raw Deal Ranch, oil and dark brown dirt wind around for 1/4 miles, then it's limestone and caliche. The road tears down the middle of long-stretching ranches, splitting them right in half. Dilapidated barns and farming equipment haunt the ...

    Walk along the River

    A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 30, 2015

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    We were both up and awake before dawn. Last night the storms threatened, but backed away with little rains and thankfully weak winds. This morning, the sun tinged the little clouds pink and mauve as they moved past like snowflakes drug on an invisible line. Breakfast of champions was cooked and devoured, a filling and tasty meal; not necessarily great for us, but why not? Missoula, Montana will be our next destination with the Sundance Kid. Anyone that ...

    Spring Creek Trout Ranch

    A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 29, 2015

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    All across the land the light spilled over, and the darkness slept. The green hills roll and wave their way to the banks of the blue veiled Absaroka mountains, golden sunlight starbursts behind the peaks extending its fingers to the periwinkle skies. In this valley birds begin to sing, free from the glamor of the world where the story of life can unfurl. A sense of wonder lives amidst these melancholy wood; dawn has meaning, and each one produces new rays ...

    Natural Falls - Big Timber, MT

    A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... bridge actually collapsed in 1988.) Take the walkway down and you'll arrive at an overlook to see that the hole is actually a waterfall, going by the name of Lion's Head. It spews hundreds of thousands of gallons a minute, down to a pooling area that's tinted greenish blue. Next to that is a land mass of jagged-murderous rocks; the water runs underneath to an unseen reservoir, then shoots back ...


    A travel blog entry by thegormans on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... Big Timber, Montana a sign informed us that we were mere miles from the Battle of Little Bighorn. Less than a mile off the highway we pulled in, and the park ranger accepted out yearly national park pass. The place was crowded, not necessarily for the history, but because we were one day early for the 139th anniversary. It's a striking area; what a beautiful place to be brutally murdered. Custer's Last Stand, that's what people remember the man for; losing big. A ...