Lamplighter Motel

Address: 1006 Madison Ave., Helena, Montana, 59601, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 1006 Madison Ave., Helena, is near St. Helena Cathedral, Mount Helena, Original Governor's Mansion, and The Parrot Confectionery.
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    Travel Blogs from Helena

    USA Road Trip -Yellowstone National Park & Montana

    A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Aug 21, 2015

    80 photos

    Day 10 - Wednesday 19th August
    we slept really well in our little log porta-cabin last night and dragged our heels getting out the door, using the wifi and taking another long hot shower - just because we could! We drove the short distance from Irwin to Jackson across a scenic mountain road. Jackson is a very pretty, very touristy, small town. Everything is built around the square in the centre and everything looks as if it's been designed by a Cowboy Western ...

    West from Smoke to What?

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Aug 21, 2015


    ... have another chance to pull in a few salmon for the freezer. I'm bring my bicycle to amuse myself and keep up my septuagenarian level of fitness. It works out for both of us, so far.

    I'll be taking a few photos and posting them on and writing the usual Blog. I've had enough positive comments to make it fun and apparently entertaining to some.

    Thanks for checking in and we'll see you again on the road...

    West Yellowstone to Helena by way of Quake Lake

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 24, 2015

    10 photos

    ... so we could see it again. Last time we stopped at the national information center, this time we did not.

    The drive itself was not down steep mountainsides with multiple switchbacks, but long climbs up a mountainside and then a long gradual descent down the other side. The speed limit ranged from 55 to 75. But I found that with the curves and pulling the camper that I needed to go the 'truck' speed limit which was generally 10 mph less. ...

    On the way to Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Jul 07, 2015

    7 comments, 36 photos

    ... at 7,000 feet and following it to the turnoff to Redfish Lake. This lake is well known to PNW fisheries people because it is where the last remaining Snake River Sockeye migrate to. In 1992 (or near then), Lonesome Larry was the last one. Thanks to a captive breeding program, 151 adult sockeyes returned last year. We always imagined Redfish Lake as an inaccessible, alpine pool. Instead, it is a very popular mountain destination with a lodge, cabins, beach and a busy ...

    More Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jun 04, 2015

    12 photos

    After a great night of camping we are off to see more of glacier np. This time we are on the east side of glacier. We stop to get a picture of the mountains with the perfect reflection from a lake. Within 5 minutes the reflection is gone as the wind has picked up a little. We were so lucky.
    Some of the mountain views in this part are some of the best i have ever ...