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Fairmont Hot Springs is
located in beautiful Southwest Montana, part of Montana's Gold West Country.
It's a big sky landscape of broad open valleys ringed by snow-capped
mountains, featuring some of Montana's finest trout fishing and a
mother-lode of history. Southwest Montana is conveniently located between
Glacier National Park and
Yellowstone National Park, making it a great place
to stop and experience what life in Montana was, is and will be.
This part of
the state is full of wonder and packed with everything that comes to mind
when folks dream of Montana: ghost towns, unspoiled wilderness, spectacular
views, big ranches, trout-filled rivers and a slow-paced, genuine Montana
way of life. You can experience Montana history and hospitality in the area
cities and towns of Butte,
Deer Lodge and
Long before the white man knew
about the hot springs, Native American tribes such as the Flathead, Nez
Perce and Shoshone set up tepees in the surrounding trees. The Native
Americans called the twelve hot pools "Medicine Waters".
In 1869 the Gregson
brothers purchased the hot springs and soon built a hotel and plunge pool.
Since then, there have been several establishments offering lodging and hot
springs pool access to Montanans, Americans, and guests from around the
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is a
complete resort destination
offering an exhilarating and relaxing experience, along with the same
Montana friendly hospitality of its predecessors and has become one of
finest resort facilities in Montana.
Best selection of books on the
by W. C. McRae, Judy Jewell
February 2002, 5th edition, Paperback,
480 pages, (guidebook)
Filled with upscale resorts and restaurants and
more low-to-mid-priced lodgings and dining options, this guide also contains
vignettes on the theatrical career of Calamity Jane and how Meriwether Lewis
named the prairie dog.
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