Nine Quarter Circle Ranch

Address: 5000 Taylor Fork Road, Gallatin Gateway, Montana, 59730, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 5000 Taylor Fork Road, Gallatin Gateway, is near Lee Metcalf Wilderness.
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    Travel Blogs from Gallatin Gateway

    Touring Yellowstone

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

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... campground, grazing. The staff was concerned about a mother grizzly and her cub frequenting our campground. They were hoping to relocate them by catching them in bear traps which was set up in the back half of the campground that had been closed off. We had no word on whether they were successful.

    We decided to drive to Old Faithful again to explore the Upper Geyser Basin. We saw Old Faithful erupt again as well as several smaller geysers. There were ...

    Old Faithful and lost AMX card

    A travel blog entry by ktholin on Sep 06, 2014

    8 photos

    ... pine tree. After we provisioned "the Goose" we headed south to see "Old Faithful" As I was getting out of the car in the massive parking lot, I saw an American Express card on the asphalt directly beneath me. It didn't belong to the car next to us so I put it inside and we walked off to see the famous geyser. Since we were a little too early for the next scheduled eruption (2:41 pm +/- 10 min) we went back to the car to wait. Thinking it the right thing to do, ...

    Nights 9 & 10: On the Super Volcano

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 02, 2014

    7 photos

    ... anti-bear strategy.) Sheepeater is a volcanic basalt cliff based on a pile of rocks that marmots and ground squirrels call home. There is a fast moving stream here surrounded by a glen and grassy banks. Butterflies and wildflowers fill the air. It was very crowded when we arrived but we managed a spot and prepared lunch. Afterward we hiked up the little river to work it out. South of here we encountered a flagging operation for a major construction job. Before the ...

    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 ...

    Burning Love

    A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 19, 2013

    6 photos

    After Bryce and Zion, it would really be hard to shock me with land features. So Yellowstone had to go and throw a left hook at me with this geothermal stuff. You take all the beauty of the West we've seen so far and add a big chunk of underground magma, and what do you get? An unearthly blend of delightful and dangerous. This is deeply a park where you have to watch your step. At every turnoff ...