Inn Dupuyer

PO Box 241 , Dupuyer, Montana, United States | Motel
Prices starting from $65.00

Travel Blogs from Dupuyer

Dinosaur Trail

A travel blog entry by


... there was supposed to be. S we got to walk way down by the water. And my idiot brother shoved me into the mud. So I shoved him back. And ooooof course nobody seemed to care that my shoes WEREN'T water proof and were coated in mud. Oh no. They just said "your the eldest get over it." Um no. Because my shoes were tennis shoes not flip fls sp I'm not going to get over it because all Hugh did ...

"Going-to-the-Sun" extravaganza

A travel blog entry by bill212


... I just put my arm around her and grinned at the camera. Jane laughed and snapped the photo, and then we all introduced ourselves. At the switchback, we met Maria, the Park Ranger. She was trying to get people to fill out a survey, so I obliged in return for a photo opp :-) Shawn paused for a faux-boudoir photo on a park bench, and some fun-loving ladies from Washington and Idaho starting shouting suggestions to him. lol... Then we met Buster, and his owner Jane. ...

Glacier Part II

A travel blog entry by danandkat


... Also her boys loved walking along the edge tempting fate. They survived the trip but did add some gray to their mother's hair.

After the Road to the Sun we headed back to the park over a much easier road. I dodged a coyote on the drive home but got us back safely.

Helen and I stayed up late that night and did see the space shuttle pass over. Or was it a UFO?

Tomorrow we cross the border to ...

Day 14 (68 miles)

A travel blog entry by stevevls


we climbed our final mountain pass before the appalachians and found ourselves staring up at the continental divide. instead of crossing it at logan pass, the alternate route took us up and over maria's (pronounced like mariah) pass. the morning started off quite chilly. because it can be annoying to take lots of extra clothes on the bike and because we knew we'd start heating up soon with the climb, dan, brad, and i decided to wait around ...

A beautifull but arduous hike

A travel blog entry by garyvv


... Dam failed in the early '60s, wiped out Dupuyer and went all the way to Valier, about thirty miles. Several people were killed. The new dam looks in pretty good shape (see picture). The hike was about 400' vertical to get around the dam and back to the lake. The most fun of all was had by Camas, their dog. Anna’s going to be a good parent, though, because she wasn’t afraid ...


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