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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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLost Trail Hot Springs Resort Sula

    Reviewed by mbwatrous

    more than hot water

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2015
    by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This has now become my favorite stop on this trip...a good night's sleep in the quiet of the campground, a good walking trail, an excellent breakfast- and that was before noon! The charm of this place is the different characters we're meeting - what a great time!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort Sula

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Sula

    Day 36 - Sula, MT

    A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Aug 03, 2015

    We didn't sleep very late, but we did sleep well. I walked up to the restaurant for coffee and was greeted by the same hostess (I wish I knew her name!). The restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, and appears to serve drinks and snacks to the pool every day except Tuesday, when the pool is also closed for cleaning. I asked about hours - her …

    Darby Mt

    A travel blog entry by rickmowrey on Jul 23, 2015

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    Today we left Yellowstone behind and enjoyed a trip through mountains and valleys to the Triple Creek Lodge in Darby Mt. We visited the Roosevelt Arch at the North Entrance to Yellowstone, followed the Yellowstone, Gallatin, and Bitterroot rivers as we made our way to the Bitterroot Mountains in Mt. We enjoyed excellent food and drink at the Lodge and Sally found her first TV in 6 days Tomorrow we float the Bitterroot River fly fishing and then pan for ...

    Entry number six

    A travel blog entry by craigsmure on May 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... The pictures with my phone might turn out ok. I should have been using my other camera, but I finally found it when I got to Salt Lake City...then, two three-year-olds used up the new batteries I had, so good pictures from this trip there probably aren't. Anyway, let's see...bear, bison, elk, plenty of deer, mostly in Yellowstone area, though I did see that beautiful antlered elk off the 28 in the Targhee National Forest.

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    Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

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    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

    12 photos

    ... 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 ...