Traveler's Rest was a stopping point of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, located about one mile south of Lolo, Montana. The expedition stopped from September 9–11, 1805 before crossing the Bitterroot Mountains, and again on the return trip from June 30–July 3, 1806. Traveler's Rest is at the eastern end of the Lolo Trail.
Montana is still a place to explore the crossings of those who came before us, Lewis and Clark left many trails here that are still very visible today. There are many rivers and creeks to fish in and mountain ranges that hide our elk, mountain goats and bears. They are snowcapped much of the year and beautiful. We are the ‘Big Sky Country’ partly because from the plains it seems you can see forever, but too we are the third largest state of the lower 49 have a million people more or less.
This room of our lodging in Billings MT is to serve you with a welcoming King-sized bed and private bath away from the daily work schedules, a nice place to read a good book, a few mementos from our personal travels of faraway places to inspire one to contemplate the future and be refreshed to travel your road once more.