Covered Wagon Ranch

Address: 34035 Gallatin Road, Gallatin Gateway, Montana, 59730, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on 34035 Gallatin Road, Gallatin Gateway, is near Geyser Whitewater Expeditions.
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    Travel Blogs from Gallatin Gateway

    New Yawk!

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 19, 2015

    25 photos

    ... and 18th C buildings buried amongst the skyscrapers. The roads were small and narrow and one way, so easy enough to bicycle in a little bit.
    We then returned to the seawall, and rode south around “Battery Park” at the very tip of Manhattan, then on up the Hudson River side, on the bank across from our campground. This area is all quite gentrified now, with parks and modern waterfront plazas. We ditched our bikes at the biggest plaza, alongside ...

    Bozeman, Montana

    A travel blog entry by jillstravels on Jul 18, 2013

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... Chris and I also took a field-trip out of Bozeman into the nearby town of Livingston in search of some classic Wild West culture. But surely you’re getting tired of my blabber by now, so I’ll leave this description to Chris (from another email) :)


    "After visiting the more suburban Bozeman SLAM (Support Local Artists and Musicians) event, which was mostly local bands, jewelery makers, artists and food stalls, we went to Livingston just ...

    Burnaby to Bozeman

    A travel blog entry by kgonnam on Jul 28, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Loop Road across the northern part of the park to the Northeast Entrance. We saw hundreds of bison in the Lamar Valley, elk munching on the lawns at park headquarters, pronghorn antelope, deer, and, finally, a grizzly bear. We had stopped at a turnout for lunch and I walked back to the bathroom and opened the blind and immediately saw this good sized grizzly coming down the north slope. Unfortunately he was about 200 yds away and when some cars ...

    Fly Fishing and More Zipping

    A travel blog entry by jmbarnes65 on Jun 05, 2012

    ... family from Destin so it was nice to see someone else from the south. On their first zip, which was across the Gallatin river, the wind was blowing directly into them as they zipped and four of the six in the group, including Anita and Anna, did not make it all the way across. They were left dangling over the river until the guide could zip out, attach herself to them, and then pull them up to the platform. Anna thought this was great fun and ...

    Back in the Saddle

    A travel blog entry by bretandlizette on May 11, 2012

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... trail songs.

    At the end of the ride, we let Bandit, Duke and Trooper join their other horse friends for dinner and we take a quick tour of Tom’s place. After the tour, Mr. Heintz shares a story on how he killed a bear with a bow and arrow, and tips on what to see and do around Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons over a glass of scotch. We had the feeling we could sit here, listening to his stories all night. We ask for ...