Driving directions to TroutChasers Lodge
- From Gallatin Field airport, take a right turn onto the Frontage Road traveling west towards Belgrade, MT.
- The frontage road turns into Belgrade’s Main Street.
- At the four-way stop in Belgrade, take a left (south) turn onto Broadway Street. This street will take a curve to the right and turn into Madison Ave.
- You will come to an intersection with a stop light. There will be gas stations on two of the corners and grocery stores on the other two corners.
- Take a left (south) turn at this intersection onto Jackrabbit Lane.
- Travel south on Jackrabbit Lane for approximately 5 miles.
- You will come to a large intersection referred to as “Four Corners.” Continue straight (south) through the intersection.
- Once you pass through the intersection, the highway will be referred to as Hwy 191 or Gallatin Road.
- Travel south approximately 4.5 miles on Hwy 191.
- Landmarks to look for as you are approaching TroutChasers Lodge (in the following order):
- Big Sky Metal Art on the left (east) side of Hwy 191 and is approx. ½ mile prior to our turn. They have a wonderful oversized fly rod displayed on the front lawn – check it out!
- A large redwood barn with a sign reading, “Montana Electric” on the left (east) side of the road is approx. 100 yards prior to our turn. This barn is well-lit at night.
- Lohss Construction/Montana Rustic Lumber is also on the left (east) side of the road. They are located directly across the highway from our turnout, and have a large yard full of old, reclaimed wood. Their sign is of a beautiful, custom-built home and is also lit at night.
- TroutChasers is located on the right (west) side of Hwy 191. Our right-side turnout is located a few yards down the road from the barn and directly across from Lohss Construction.
- We have a small, hunter green sign on the right side (west) of the road. There is also a red and white reflective “J” posted on a fence post at our gravel turn-off as well as a reflective sign reading the numbers “77173”
- We are tucked back against the cottonwood trees. The lodge is a cedar structure with a green roof, and we also have a barn and cabin with green roofs.
- If you pass the Antique Barn, Gallatin Gateway Community Church, Gallatin Gateway Inn, or have arrived at the town of Gallatin Gateway (Exxon Station), you have gone too far.
Please feel free to call us if you need additional directions (406) 763-9049.