Red Lodge Mountain Resort

750, Red Lodge, Montana, 59068, United States | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Red Lodge

The long and winding road

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

We made our way to the Beartooth Mountains just northeast of Yellowstone National Park and are part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The mountains are traversed by road via the Beartooth Highway (U.S. 212) with the highest elevation at Beartooth Pass (10,947 ft) The name of the mountain range is attributed to a rugged peak found in the range, Beartooth Peak, that has the appearance of a bear's tooth. The Beartooth Mountains sit upon ...

Into the Mountains!

A travel blog entry by jsholm on Jun 07, 2014

36 photos

Had another scare this morning at the hotel. Jess misplaced Scott's wallet...yeah not good. We ransacked the Jeep, searched the hotel room, and even called the previous gas station and it was nowhere to be found. As we began to discuss turning it around all together, divine intervention happened and I found it in the sleeve of ...

A rare morning update.

A travel blog entry by prinsensodyssey on Oct 04, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

It snowed all night. Some drifting too. I asked the hotel manager how much snow we got, (he moved here from California 4 days ago) he said more than 2 inches. LOL. Understatement! says 10.3 inches!

We decided to stay put for a extra day. The roads should be good to travel tomorrow. Posted a few more pics from a little drive.

Tour Yellowstone Park, Old Faithful Geyser

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 13, 2013

16 photos

We started out for Yellowstone Park at 7:40 am by taking Hwy 212 - it's a scenic windy road up and over the Beartooth Mountains. It wasn't long before we saw patches of snow as we climbed the mountain range. By 8:18 am we were leaving Montana behind us and driving into Wyoming. You could see the beautiful green Beartooth plateau above the tree line and small crystal clear lakes lined by evergreen trees. I've never been to Switzerland but ...


A travel blog entry by walters2012 on Aug 21, 2012

4 photos

... the natural history and particularly about William Cody or Buffalo Bill as he became known – what a character and showman.

Loraine and I were given the responsibility to lead the way to Yellowstone – to get here, find our camping place and be organized before the boys and BBB arrived – what a responsibility. We did good, through a series of tunnels in the mountains ...