Dome Mountain Ranch

Address: 2017 US Highway 89 S, Emigrant, Montana, 59027, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 2017 US Highway 89 S, Emigrant, is near Fridley Creek and Sixmile Creek.
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        Travel Blogs from Emigrant

        Up to the Big Sky

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 19, 2015

        23 photos

        ... loop trail. About 5 miles in total with a splendid picnic by the largest beaver pond - we had agreed to cheese and smoked turkey sandwiches but we're more than happy to accept roast beef and salami, plus an endless supply of snacks. Very nice roasted sweet and salt coconut chips go down especially well. The walk covers very varied terrain and vegetation from moderately dense forest to open grassy plain, narrow streams lined with willow and rustling aspen trees. ...

        Yellowstone: Old faithful and geyser basins

        A travel blog entry by evarobby on Aug 20, 2015

        21 photos

        Today we decided to explore the most famous sights of Yellowstone - the geysers! So did the other visitors and we could observe a downside of such a famous national parks - traffic jams, parking problems and crowds. But it did not take away the beauty from geysers and pools we saw. Unluckilly we could not see Prismatic hot springs from a viewpoint, because that ...

        Friday mid-day

        A travel blog entry by timahawk on Sep 26, 2014

        7 photos

        We went straight to Mammoth Hot Springs today and arrived about 10 taking roadside pics along the way. This northern portion of the park is a high altitude plateau, hilly and sparsly wooded. We saw an idyllic scene or two of a bison heard roaming the grasses. Once at Mammoth, walked the Mammoth Terrace trail thru those multi-tiered white rock formations. It was dry here so there wasnt water ...

        Lamar Valley. The "Serengeti" of Yellowstone

        A travel blog entry by ktholin on Sep 10, 2014

        12 photos

        ... It was only a small white blob through our 8x binoculars, but it was a mountain goat nonetheless.

        We grabbed coffee at Cooke City, a small outpost just outside the Northeast entrance and turned around for the 40 mile trip back to camp. We spotted a 1969 Airstream on the side of the road and stopped to talk to the owners who were from Tennessee. There is a unique community among Airstream owners which is very cool. Frequently "Airstreamers" will ...

        Boiling River

        A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 11, 2014

        15 photos

        ... a lemonade and fries at Iron Horse on their deck overlooking the river and town. We went back to the cabin and Paul and I took a nap while the kids played together quietly. Perfection. We had pulled pork sandwiches with cole slaw at the cabin for dinner. Delish.  Around 700, we headed back into Yellowstone to the Boiling river. It is about 10 minutes in and a 15 minute hike along the riverbank ...