Dome Mountain Ranch

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

      Touring Yellowstone

      A travel blog entry by 2stoochsonthego on Oct 19, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... into town to find our campsite and to our amazement, we were surrounded by about 60-70 elk grazing on the lawns of the hotel! How do you decide which elk to take a picture of when they’re all around you – but what a thrill!!

      We’re on the homeward stretch now. Two more days and this long-awaited holiday will come to an end. Lawrence can check one more thing off his bucket list!

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      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 ...

      There she blows!-there she blows!

      A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Aug 20, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos



      Day 5 was our final day in Yellowstone. We planned a full day
      of seeing geysers and springs primarily. Our first stop was a hot spring called
      Black Pool, which as you can tell by the name, was a very dark blue color. That
      particular area contained quite a few bubbling/steaming hot springs and
      chemical mats. The sulfur smell was so overwhelming as if 20 smoke bombs went
      off. Then it was on to the next ...

      Nights 9 & 10: On the Super Volcano

      A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 02, 2014

      7 photos

      ... bear just south of the Tower junction. He was playing in a low gully and getting the attention of rangers and tourists. From here we headed east into the legendary Lamar Valley. The valleys of YNP spread out for miles like a stage. They are shortgrass prairie walled in by hills covered by thick pine forests and teeming with reintroduced wolf packs. Water flows all around. At the west end of the valley we saw what we expected: several pronghorn. As it spreads out ...

      What? ... no bathing

      A travel blog entry by sirnick on Jan 23, 2014

      4 photos

      We spent the morning today in Chico, watched a few Ken Burns "behind the scenes" videos, and had a "meet-and-greet" with a couple of sled dogs. After lunch we boarded a comfortable 44-passenger bus for our ride into Yellowstone Park. After a short stop in Gardiner for retail therapy at the Yellowstone Association's visitors center and photographs of the Roosevelt Arch, we entered the park ...