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I will preface this by saying I am a flatlander. I didn't grow up around mountains and am not very comfortable with them. The website description of the road leading to the ghost town greatly underemphasizes the peril of getting up there. The ten mile...More
Over Labor Day weekend I visited several of Montana's ghost towns and Garnet was one of my favorites. There are so many well preserved buildings. I especially liked the old saloon and the store next door. The store had some really cool items like old...More
Visited for the first time in years. The Garnet Preservation Society has done a fantastic job restoring buildings while retaining the feel of the time period.
Generous artifact donations illustrate period furniture in the buildings. The Wells hotel, Kelly's Saloon and the General Store contain...More
We all enjoyed the ranger provided scavenger hunt among the many abandoned buildings (all safe to enter and explore) and a true highlight was taking home gold panning supplies and finding several bits of gold when we finished the panning.
We love to drive up here and spend the afternoon wondering around the old town. My kids love to pretend we are living back in the old days as they visit the buildings and look inside. The setting is very beautiful and if you go...More
August evening: we have decide to visit this attraction as was describe as very interesting . Arrive there in order to visit the village of Greenough ( a town that doesn’t exist) we discover that the navigation system bring you at Paws Up Resort (...More
Extremely interesting, and the woman in the gift shop was very informative about the history of Garnet. Great care has been taken in preserving what's left here. Definitely was worth the drive from Missoula to see this.
We toured this town as part of a bike tour. I would not normally have chosen to visit BUT it was worth it to see how life was around the gold rush time frame and after. This reveals some true "hard living" that our ancestors...More
Shockingly well preserved. Fascinating history. Well worth a 1/2 day visit! Locals will tell you it’s genuinely haunted... lights (where there are none) go on and old-time music can be heard from saloon. Fun story.