Sportsman's Lodge

Address: Hwy 287, Ennis, Montana, 59729, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Hwy 287, Ennis.
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    Travel Blogs from Ennis

    Across the Great Divide

    A travel blog entry by dna5758 on Jul 02, 2014

    16 photos

    ... 6155 feet elevation - with a large sage-covered tableland surrounded by trees and dotted with wildflowers. Mild up and down roadway, with nothing very steep or long. We had dropped Gayle off 7 miles out to ride back to the lodge, and she saw a mother moose with her calf. While Lea was driving the car back to the lodge she narrowly - very narrowly! - missed hitting a deer. (Don't worry, Rachel, the car is fine!) All Dave and I saw was a ...

    From Yellowstone to Ennis

    A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 14, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... to quite a height and there perched on a precipitous slope were two bighorn sheep, aptly named. did't manage to get a photo. We arrived in Ennis and decided it was a good place to spend the night so we checked in at El Western. Very nice log cabins with a separate lounge/kitchen and bedroom. Dinner was at an old fashioned diner, huge meal but couldn't resist some cherry pie. When we returned ...

    Big Sky Country

    A travel blog entry by samskinner on May 27, 2011

    5 photos

    ... of trust and friendship, everyone helps each other out, confident in the knowledge that their favour will be returned. With a thriving school and hospital it is larger than many of the small highway side towns in the area but still retains a close community and charming appeal. There is a darker side to these small towns, no doubt encouraged by the long dark winters and tough existence in these mountains and that is the not terribly underground strain ...


    A travel blog entry by teachmoses on Jun 11, 2009

    Nice little town, got some gas station food from under heat lamp. Chris has jalapenos, I had a burrito. Sat on curb across street looking down mainstreet with snow capped mountains in background.

    Check out this photo from yesterday! Bald eagles!

    Wednesday 23 July

    A travel blog entry by manningnz on Jul 30, 2008

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... erupting nor is it the biggest, or the most predictable one. However when you combine these 3 elements together it provides the best show on a daily basis. Some of these geysers may be bigger like "Steamboat" but this one hasn't erupted since May 23rd 2005 it is the world's largest. We saw it and stood there for ages waiting for it but decided that 3 years or more might be too long to wait. Anyway after Old Faithful we hopped ...