SCOTT AND SANDY SALLEE
P.O. BOX 117
EMIGRANT, MT 59027
(406)222-7455 phone/fax
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If you fly into the Bozeman airport, we can suggest staying at the Best Western GranTree Inn, which has a free shuttle service to the airport and a good restaurant. The GranTree's number is (800)624-5865. Be sure to mention you are booked with us and receive the discounted outfitter room rate.

Our deluxe wilderness camp lies just north of the Yellowstone National Park boundary, in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness area. We leave from the Slough Creek trailhead in Yellowstone National Park. If you are driving, come into Yellowstone at the north entrance at Gardiner, Montana. Head for historic Mammoth Hot Springs, then take a left toward Tower Junction, where Teddy Roosevelt stayed. At Tower, turn left toward Cooke City, and go about six miles. Just after you cross the Lamar River, you will come up a hill and see the Slough Creek Campground turn to your left. Drive down that
good gravel road until you see the horse trailers and hitch racks, just before the campground at world famous Slough Creek. We'll be there! It's about 30 miles from Gardiner.

If you are coming to our lodge for archery or general season hunting, you will take highway 89 north six miles east of Livingston on I-90 toward White Sulphur Springs. Drive almost 44 miles north (there are green highway markers) to Ringling, where you will take a left at the first entrance to town. Take another immediate left, past the schoolhouse, and go up that wide gravel road 3 1/2 miles. You will cross two cattle guards; the ranchhouse sits off to the left past the second cattle guard. You will see a bunkhouse and our log lodge - come on in!

 

 

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