Slip and Slide Ranch

Address: Gardiner, Montana, 59030, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located in Gardiner, is near Fridley Creek, Yankee Jim Canyon, Pacific Northwest Trail, and Sixmile Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Gardiner

    Lamar Valley. The "Serengeti" of Yellowstone

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Sep 10, 2014

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    We woke before sunrise and I made Roz and the boys a hearty breakfast. We thought we would get an early start for our last day in Yellowstone and head for Lamar Valley once again for animal spotting.

    Lamar is becoming our favorite part of the park. Its known for its large herds of bison, antelope and is home to the Yellowstone wolves, grizzlies, elk and mountain goat. Entering the park we came upon a large bull elk and his harem just off the roadway. Even at ...

    Boiling River

    A travel blog entry by ahousey on Aug 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Tomorrow we head to Cody Wyoming via the upper loop of Yellowstone and out the West Gate. That is where the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is. Sad but excited for our next adventure. I heard Elizabeth say she loves to road trip. We may never return. Something about open roads and new adventures. Seeing things you've only read about or have seen on tv. We are already planning our next year's trip. Cody ...

    Day 12

    A travel blog entry by glenmunkus on Aug 08, 2014

    3 photos

    ... In order to get the best view we trekked up to a point called imaginatively enough 'observation point'. Old Faithful went off 5 minutes later than planned but it was worth the wait. 95% if Yellowstone is in Wyoming and the other 5% is in Montana, this is where our camp ground was, so another couple of hours driving before we were able to ...

    Snake Mountain

    A travel blog entry by aaronbevill on Aug 06, 2014

    7 photos

    ... grass for the backside of the lake. Josh spotted a snake within ten min so we re-routed to a large mountain of rocks to cross the meadow. We discovered this was full of snakes as well. I hate snakes. Hate hate hate them. Strongly hate them. A long slow walk across snake mountain got us to our ultimate destination. Ultimately we decided it was a bad idea all around and headed back to the car after a ten min stop on the other side of the lake. I hate ...

    A Feast For The Eyes

    A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 30, 2014

    22 photos

    ... which is just below Yellowstone's south entrance. The Tetons are granite mountains ranging from 13,770 to 6,320 feet high. They were stunningly beautiful from every angle. Each view of them provided amazing photo opportunities. There were places along the lake that had incredible views with the opportunity to look at the mountains and surrounding lake through the binoculars. It was so peaceful here at the lake with the mountains ...