Artemis Acres Paint Horse Ranch
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this ranch rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Artemis Acres Paint Horse Ranch Kalispell
Travel Blogs from Kalispell
... Peace Park. And in 1995 it was designated a World Heritage Site. Glacier is flat-out gorgeous. For me, it was the most beautiful park that I have yet visited. The forests are a mix of many trees, making them some of the prettiest that I have been thru. There are many, many wonderful waterfalls. Scenic views are everywhere and, of course, the mountains. I saw a bona-fide glacier here, albeit a small one. At one time there were over ...
Glacier national park has many an amazing sight. Today I hiked to Sun Point, saw around ten different peaks over 8000', two glaciers, a lake and a waterfall, all from the same point. I hiked the Highline trail which just opened for the season yesterday because of snow melt. The trail follows a sheer cliff above Going to the Sun Road, an architectural feat of godly proportions. I drove the road itself ...
Great nights sleep and a lovely blue sky to greet us this morning at Flathead Lake. Plans for a morning swim disappeared as we decided to get up and go early and head for Hungry Horse, best place in the world for huckleberries according to Krista Wendle, our Montana expert friend...So by about 10am we were sitting in "The Huckleberry Patch" in Hungry Horse with a plateful of huckleberry pancakes each...just great! We managed ...
Sis-in-law is house sitting for some friends on Lake Blaine, east of Kalispell (near Big Fork), and we arrived here at 11pm Wednesday night, so had no idea what lay in front of us when we opened the curtains the next morning!!!
Wow - not sure we want to continue on eastward now. This is fantastic!
... miles from anywhere (plenty of people but very few facilities) Great...... now whenever I slowed down and had to stop (fortunately this was at the park entrance and at the roadworks at the Western edge of the park) the bike and I sounded like Harley idiots as I was literally revving the s**t out of the bike when stopped. Okay, the good part was Glacier National Park itself - the video doesn't do it justice and sadly, based on the bike - we couldn't stop to take photos ...