Lost Trail Hot Springs Resort

8321 Highway 93 South, Sula, Montana, 59871, United States | Resort
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This resort is located on 8321 Highway 93 South, 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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    Oh Montana, soo beautiful in October. Farms, mountains, horses and cattle in the fields, the Bitterroot Valley is ablaze with yellow leaves. Finally we found some fall color. Fly fishermen alont the Salmon River in the morning reflect in the river as we walk by. Back on the road we slowly gain altitude and pull over at a sign for hot springs. Lolo Hot Springs has seen better days but we decide the take the plunge. WHAT A TREAT. The facility was clean and the water hot, ...

    Follow Salmon River all the way

    A travel blog entry by bransi on Oct 15, 2013

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    Went through Clayton,Sunbeam,Challis. U.S.93 and Hwy 75
    Drove the whole day along the beautiful Salmon River.Picnic.. our back door and patio tonight is right on the river. The owner fixed a homestyle dinner for us and three other hunters from Missouri. Our neighbor ,Roger, is a retired ranger staying here with his wife, for a month of river fishing on his ...

    Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

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    ... of the historic bar. They allow guests to come visit the bar, the gardens and the blacksmith shop where they will tell you about the history of Yellow Pine Bar, and how they live their day to day lives in such a secluded place. It was a neat place in such a beautiful area and both Sue and Greg were very friendly. Sue had quite the green thumb as evidence by her extensive garden. She told us keeping a garden was a necessity of living on ...

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

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 13, 2011

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    ... a little bit of left angle and try to plow my way through the huge waves. Karen, in the IK went in front of me. She hit the first wave caught huge air and was launched out of her boat. I was next and hit the first wave hard enough but got flipped. I set up and to my surprise I rolled right in the meat of the rapid! When I rolled up I could see another 4 people swimming! It was chaos! We named this the Black Creek Slaughter.

    Once everyone was sorted out ...

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

    A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... into our boats and paddle around.

    We did some warm ups and rolls next to the beach just as a large jet boat came up river and made a huge wake. Once we entered the current it was easy to feel the power of the Salmon even in the flatter area. There were weird boils that opened up out of the blue and wanted to suck you in. You really had to pay attention even in the flat water. The waves in this river are large and powerful, even in the smaller rapids. There are ...