Montana’s double secret: Twin Lakes

What would you expect to find after 17 miles of bumpy Montana dirt road? An abandoned cabin, a lookout tower, or a grizzly bear or two? How about a pair of subalpine lakes that just beg to pose for a picture. Twin Lakes as they are called are located at 7,200 feet elevation in theContinue reading “Montana’s double secret: Twin Lakes”

Breweries in Missoula, Montana

UPDATED IN FEBRUARY 2021 If I told you that a town of 66,000+ residents contains 9 breweries, would that surprise you? It used to surprise me, but since the Craft Brewing Craze has been going strong in this American town, I’ve been looking forward to coming back to my summer vacations with a chance toContinue reading “Breweries in Missoula, Montana”

Montana Kickass Experience: Garnet Ghost Town

Less than 1 hour from our Montana property, lies a very special place, where if you squint you can visualize saloons and barbershops of yesteryear with over 1,000 people that used to call this place home back in the late 1800s. If you listen quietly, you can almost hear the 50 mines in the areaContinue reading “Montana Kickass Experience: Garnet Ghost Town”

Montana Kickass Experience: Morrell Falls

Looking for an easy, peasy hike and a beautiful waterfall in Western Montana? Then read on! The most challenging part of the Morrell Falls hike is finding the trailhead and parking lot. But the search is just a part of the adventure, isn’t it? The trail itself is rated moderate probably due to the lengthContinue reading “Montana Kickass Experience: Morrell Falls”

Montana Kickass Experience: Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge

Imagine yourself driving through Northwestern Montana on US Highway 2, admiring the windy road surrounded by majestic mountains. Every once in a while you glance to the right, where you faintly observe a river, which also meanders through these remote parts of the world. At another turn, you see a large, undisclosed parking lot withContinue reading “Montana Kickass Experience: Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge”