Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort

Address: 283 Lost Trail Hot Springs Rd, Sula, Montana, 59871, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on 283 Lost Trail Hot Springs Rd, Sula.
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    Travel Blogs from Sula

    Oh Montana

    A travel blog entry by ketasissi on Oct 26, 2013

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    ... parts of it to GŁnter:
    August 12, 1805, an advance party of the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed Lemhi Pass into present-day Idaho, the homeland of Sacajawea. Sacajawea's people, the Lemhi Shoshone tribe, provided vital assistance to the Corps of Discovery as they crossed over Lost Trail Pass into today’s Montana. Facing the formidable Bitterroot Mountains of north-central Idaho, the expedition was rescued from starvation and befriended by the Nez Perce tribe.

    Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

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    ... br>
    We bypassed Rattlesnake Creek, where we saw some big horn sheep eating and continued past Magpie Creek Camp, Hida Creek Camp, Bargamin Creek Camp until we came to our next rapid.

    We pulled into an eddy and were told to get out of our boats that we were going to scout. We had come to class III+-IV Bailey Rapid. Thankfully the scouting wasn't too hard and just required climbing over some rocks. Bailey is an impressive rapid. It ...

    Day 3: Main Salmon - Devil's Tooth to Hancock

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 13, 2011

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    ... out of our kayaks. We were going to see the Devil's Toe Pictographs that were painted on a large rock in the cliffside. Our head guide Lisa talked to us a bit about the history of the area and about the indian tribes that used to live in the area. No one knows exactly what the pictograph panel means. We decided it was an account of how many people swam through Alder Creek Rapid!

    We were paddling at a pretty leisurely pace. For the most part it seemed like ...

    Day 2: Main Salmon - Carey Creek to Devil's Tooth

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... our kayaks. When we signed up for the trip we had a chance to select one of their kayaks for the week. I choose a Wavesport Diesel 65 because I have one and I like it. We arranged the seat, hip pads and the foot braces just the way we like it and fits us and gathered our gear up and put it with our boat.

    When lunch was over they gathered all of us and gave us waivers to fill out and a water bottle to use for the trip. They also explained how the trip was ...

    Minnetonka Cave

    A travel blog entry by adyadas on Oct 13, 2010

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    Minnetonka Cave is the largest limestone rock cave in the state of Idaho (north end of Bear Lake)

    it is so close to being in Utah we decided to post it here. we highly recommend visiting this place if you are in the Bear Lake area.