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- I saw pictures of the swinging bridge and knew we had to visit here during our vacation. It did not disappoint. We walked down to the "river" and enjoyed the rushing water for a while and then walked over to the bridge and had fun walking across it. It was just fun!Written October 2, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This ranch offers one of a kind horsemanship vacations where you ride on average 6 hours a day in a huge, comfortable, state of the art arena on quality, gentle horses while receiving the highest quality teaching and coaching from Shayne, Des and their wranglers.
The accommodations were attractive, sparkling clean, cozy and comfortable. The food was delicious and nourishing. Plus, the location was beautiful!
Overall this place is unbeatable for the beginner or experienced rider looking to transform their horsemanship and riding. This style of horsemanship will take your understanding of riding to the next level regardles of your riding discipline. Des and Shayne teach from their deep love of horses and their knowledge and ability to teach will inspire you to ride your best, every single ride, from start to finish for the rest of your life.
I am thrilled to have found my dream riding vacation that aligns with the horsemanship education I have been seeking. The warm, friendly, wonderful people to learn from were such a bonus. Thank you so much for providing such a fantastic place! See you all next year!Written March 5, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The dam was very nice and the area was extremely clean. They had fire stoves to have hot dogs or what ever, and it was a great place to hike around. The store wasn't open, but we were fine with that. Lots of eagles in the area.Written July 4, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My home mountain is Whistler, but that is not a benchmark with which to compare Turner- unless you want to talk about Polar Opposites:
Whistler- 5280 vertical, 30,000 people on the mountain on a busy weekend, over 40 high speed lifts, lots of overpriced eateries, crowded road getting there, really expensive... But some epic terrain
Turner- 2100 vertical, 60 people on mountain on a Friday before Presidents' Day, 1 slow lift, nobody on the road coming up, 1 well priced eatery, really inexpensive, really good but not epic terrain. Fun factor- about 50 times that of Whistler. Friendliness- about 100 times.
Not bad for a mostly volunteer run mountain. Yes, I like Whitefish, Blacktail, Montana Snowbowl (maybe not so much), Lookout after a dump...
But simply nothing compares with the down home ambience of Turner, combined with some terrific steeps. Kudos to the likes of the volunteer manager, ski patroller / handyman/bushwavker Vinnie, cook and ticket seller Jeremiah.Written February 28, 2020
- This was a day trip to Big Therriault Lake Campground in the forest SE of Eureka. Need a high clearance vehicle with all weather tread. Be sure to follow signs.... Almost 30 miles (48 km) off highway, mostly single lane washboard gravel. It has camping... Do not miss Weasel Creek west of road. A jewel similar to Lake Louise in Canada but smaller... Do not drive with small car... May get flat tire. Campers dreamWritten July 17, 2022
- We were shocked to see all the amazing things they had inside! Everything from animals, logging, mining, to household items.Written September 4, 2021
- We stayed at a camping ground amidst this beautiful area. The waterways and views were amazing. So much to see and do. Sadly our visit was cut short due to smoke from nearby forest fires.Written November 3, 2021
- This park is so clean and beautiful scenery. The individuals were fantastic and so helpful. I was also amazed at how clean the bathrooms are kept.Written September 18, 2022
- Don't let the mile and a half distance fool you. You will earn this one. The trail begins in the back of the parking lot and climbs the entire way. The first half is just forest floor. This will become rocky, but easily walkable until the waterfall. From here it gets difficult. It's steep with a lot of loose shale and gravel underfoot. You'll need to watch your step on the way up, more so on the way down. Don't expect to do this one quickly. Definitely not recommended for small children.Written September 28, 2020
- The lake is situated in northwest Montana, and borders on Canada. It was actually formed by damming the Kootenai River. On this trip the expressed purpose was to ride dirt bikes as the water level is particularly low this time of year. This leaves a lot of room for dirt bikes and ATV's. There are also numerous bluffs with networks of trails great for hiking and exploration. In addition, the lake offers the full gamut of water activities. This includes fishing, boating, swimming, ice fishing, canoeing and any other water related activities. There are also several undeveloped camping areas good for spending a few days. Remember if you carry it in, carry it out. There are no services close by. Eureka is the closest town for necessary provisions and services.Written March 20, 2021
- Quite a selection of "robots" made out of a variety of odd this and that pieces. I was kind of disappointed that none DID anything but catch dust. None had lights that flashed or arms that would/could move. I didn't expect to see interactive robots that would follow you around and bring you a drink. However, at the prices each would cost the buyer, it seems like they should be wired with a button battery to have some kind of "off/on" function. Yes, they are kind of whimsical and creative. If I bought one, I'd house it under either a plastic box or glass dome so I wouldn't have to try to dust the thing...probably require dusting with a compressed air can (like for computer keyboards). They also carry wooden planter boxes...a practical option. Art is in the eye of the beholder and these pieces ARE art...unique, one-of-a-kind art. I offer these comments not as criticism. Just opinion.Written April 21, 2017
- It's hard to describe this small (the operative word here) park. It's smack in the midst of a development of homes.
It certainly is not large. There are two parking areas at opposite sides of the park. There are several "trails" through the park. You can walk them all in about 15 minutes. There is some small playground equipment and a picnic shelter in the park.
What would be nice would be some signs explaining the history of the park and why it is called Pioneer Park.Written June 18, 2022
- No words can describe what you'll see teeing off on #1 or #8. I can only tell you, we've been to Switzerland and the Austrian Alps.. and it's pretty darn close! Add to that the wildlife you are likely to spy, and it's a tie. THE BEST part about this Libby course is that you can actually GOLF! We just moved here from Phoenix after 30 yrs there.. and we pretty much gave up the sport there due to overcrowding. It's like a JOB to get on the teebox there and the expense is getting outrageous. Not here. You can exhale as you might be the only party within 3 holes of your round. It's just tranquil, beautiful and heavenly! :) The course is challenging enough and you can walk the front nine if you want. I recommend a cart if you do the back 9 or 18 of course, but it's affordable. I grew up golfing in Anaconda and loved it for it's beauty in the country (Anaconda Country Club) and the GREAT fun in the clubhouse. The clubhouse here is down a notch from there.. but it's just so majestic here.. I can't say enough about how wonderful it is. If you need a lesson... Jeff will "straighten you out." He's awesome!Written November 18, 2018
- I have not been here but I have twice heard that this is a place really worth seeing including work in the back room. I look forward to my chance to go there and I think any sportsman would definitely enjoy it.Written December 21, 2017
- Lots of fun skating. We had 10 teenagers and some adults. Everyone had fun. Good snack bar, fun music and even a disco ball! Good outing for all ages.Written March 18, 2017
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