Black Diamond Guest Ranch and Resort

Address: 120 De Borgia Haugan Frontage Road, De Borgia, Montana, 59830, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on 120 De Borgia Haugan Frontage Road, De Borgia.
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    Travel Blogs from De Borgia

    Bikin on a Rails to Trails path

    A travel blog entry by magnas_r_us on Jul 07, 2015

    11 photos

    Well we got up this morning and loaded Jan's bike in the trunk of the car so she could get to the trail head. I road to the trail head on my bike and it was 2.5 mile up and the last .5 mile was really up. We unpacked the car, loaded up the back pack and started out. 200 yards down the trail was our first tunnel which was 8,771 feet long. It was dark and really cold, lights are required and they mean it, it ...

    Getting ready to Bicycle

    A travel blog entry by magnas_r_us on Jul 06, 2015

    We left Fort Benton and traveled to Missoula, MT and stayed at the Walmart over night. Left Missoula on 7/5 and traveled on I-90 to lookout pass, ID. Found a place to park at Saltese, MT along the side of the road at a Montana Transportation Dept. for sanding the roads, only 2.5 miles from the Hiawatha Rails to Trails ...

    Baptism by FIRE!!

    A travel blog entry by nancyschilling on Jul 01, 2015

    ... says, "Oh, I forgot to tell you that you need to start turning the wheel BEFORE you start into the turn". OK, after I clean out my pants, I move on down the winding road (handling the turns much better). After about 20 miles we hit CONSTRUCTION with JERSEY WALLS on both sides on a 6 degree downhill curved mountain slope!!!! There was no where to pull off ...

    Oh, what a beautiful morning!

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 19, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... through the city ... that took a little while … and onto Hwy 200 heading west. Excellent road, minimal traffic, more rangeland, more big blue sky ... and some wind of course. Then we got into the mountains and crossed the Rogers Pass (about 5700’ and another continental divide) and from there it felt like we were driving along the Hope-Princeton Hwy. Quite amazing how the terrain and vegetation changed so ...

    Day 2 -- Another night of boondocking

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on Apr 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... dollars. I recalled this from almost four years ago when we travelled to Yellowstone. We had stopped then even if Denis couldn't recall it. The signs had indicated something of no interest to us last time - free RV park. When we got there not only was there a place to park the RV free, complete with fire ring and picnic table, but it had power outlets. Fine by us. Two days in a row boondocking. ...