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

    9. Butte to Lima (5 days, 190 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Sep 04, 2014

    57 photos

    ... it had everything we needed, plus coke and home made muffins which tasted divine. From Wise River, we rode twenty miles on the paved Scenic Byway in two hours, climbing very gently. It was stunning. So serene, with mountains on either side, creeks along the road, no traffic and only a whisper of wind. And Matt saw his first grizzly just as he was arriving at the campsite. He called out 'hey bear' as he had been instructed to do so by bear police Nadine. As the animal ran off ...

    Burnaby to Bozeman

    A travel blog entry by kgonnam on Jul 28, 2012

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... come down out of the park. At West Yellowstone we picked up US 191 North which ran all the way to our KOA in Bozeman (actually Gallatin Gateway). This was a beautiful drive that followed the Gallatin River most of the way through a canyon. Lots of people fishing, rafting, kayaking, etc made the drive interesting. When we got to Bozeman we got checked in and when it cooled down some we used the hot tub and pool.
    The main reason we came to ...

    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

    ... br> This morning when we arrive at 10am, he greets us with a hearty handshake and a quick lesson on identifying the natural surroundings. Mr. Heintz shows us the ground nest of a Killdeer (bird) and its four perfectly placed, brown spotted eggs sitting in the middle of a field as a demonstation to watch where the hell you step. We move on to a portion of the trail that needs a little grooming and we set about removing the rocks that ...

    Amster Damn!

    A travel blog entry by trockie on Oct 14, 2010

    ... Crossing the street in Amsterdam is like a real-life game of "Frogger". One false move and splat!

    Evidently one of the favorite games of drunken Dutch guys is to throw bikes into the canals. Sometimes with people still on them. Every year about 25,000 bikes are retrieved from the canals.

    The thing I liked the most about Amsterdam was the ability to walk endlessly along the canals and ...