There is so much to do near Homestake Lodge you'll be busy for a month checking it all out. There is Mountain Biking, Hiking, Caving, Fishing, exploring Historic Uptown Butte, a visit to the World Museum of Mining and so much more. Check these out, they are pure Montana and unique to our area.
Linked Adventures is your headquarters for mountain bike rentals, shuttle transportation,route planning, and full adventure planning for your group in the greater Butte and surrounding southwest Montana. Including the Continental Divide Trail and other stunning terrain.
Just three miles from Homestake Lodge are two trailheads for the Continental Divide Trail; a National Scenic Trail. One trailhead is located on the South side of the Homestake Pass I-90 exit the other on the North side of the exit. The hiking is marvelous on a beautifully maintained trail.
Licensed Montana outfitter Nate Stevane of Trout On The Fly offers a wide range of guided fly fishing adventures to suit your needs and make your vacation an experience to last a lifetime. Whether you're a veteran to the sport of fly fishing looking to hone your skills as you float down the Madison River or a new angler wading the Gallatin, learning the basics of how to hold a rod and release a trout properly, Trout On The Fly will take the time to listen to your needs, and at the end of the day make sure those needs were fulfilled.
About 40 minutes from Homestake Lodge, Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park features one of the largest known limestone caverns in the Northwest. These spectacular caverns lined with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and helictites are naturally air-conditioned and lighted for a safe and enjoyable visit with a seasoned tour guide. Kids have fun on the tour's famous Beaver Slide and an occasional bat sighting! Access to cave is by guided tours only. Summer tours are available from May 1 - Sept. 30.
Welcome to Old Butte Historical Adventures! Established in 2004 by a small group of local historians and property owners working together to preserve and display the colorful history of Butte, Montana — "The Richest Hill on Earth" — we offer family friendly walking tours of this wild era from the outside of buildings to the inside of historic uptown Butte. The Tours cover every decade from the 1890’s through the 1950’s.
The World Museum of Mining is one of the few museums in the world located on an actual mine yard, the Orphan Girl Mine. With fifty exhibit buildings, countless artifacts, and sixty-six primary exhibits in the mine yard, visitors can spend a couple of hours to an entire day lost in the unfolding story.
By walking the streets of Hell Roarin’ Gulch and venturing to the depths of the Orphan Girl Mine, you can almost see their blackened faces and hear their exhausted sighs at the conclusion of the workday.