Monday, February 15, 2010


Dillon and it's surrounding communities carry on a centuries-old tradition of hospitality that begun with the meeting of Lewis & Clark and the Shoshone Indians at Camp Fortunate, Today, the BeaverHead, Big hole, Grasshopper, Horse Prairie, Centennial and Red Rock Valleys Still offer much to see and do. The landscape is wide open and bringed with peaks over 10,000 feet high. The climate is cool and dry and wildlife abounds.Cattle and Sheep Ranches established more than a century ago are still in operation.Bannack was the first territorial capital and the scene of Montana's first Gold strike. The battle of the Big hole was fought on the Banks of Trail creek during the Nez Perce War of 1877. Dillon still contains much of its original 1880s Architecture. This is truly the "Gold West." Sparky's restaurant is one of my favorite here in Dillon.

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