OUR HISTORY
Colter’s Creek, the small river that flows past our vines, was named by Lewis and Clark to honor John Colter, a reliable tracker and trusted member of their expedition. Colter went on to become a true mountain man and an enduring American legend.

His is most renowned for a single epic story of survival. While trapping along the Missouri River, John Colter was met by a band of Blackfeet warriors, stripped naked, and forced to flee for his life. After seeking refuge from his trackers under a beaver dam, surviving on breadroot alone, and spending 7 days naked in the blistering sun, Colter arrived at Lisa’s Fort some 300 miles later. He had endured the unimaginable, and his legend lives on today.
The Hattabaugh Hotel at Colter’s Creek.

The Hattabaugh Hotel is located above the Colter’s Creek tasting room in beautiful downtown Moscow, Idaho.  
With four rooms designed for luxurious comfort and stocked with locally sourced, eco-friendly items, your vacation starts the moment you walk through our doors.

Our beautiful hotel and tasting room is housed inside the historic Hattabaugh Building, built in 1890. Walking distance to many artisan coffee shops, the best dining experiences on the Palouse and an abundance of boutique retail shops, you will always find something fun to do. 

We have a plethora of outdoor recreational possibilities within 30 minutes of our hotel, including: wine tours through the LC Valley AVA, hiking, biking, kayaking, rock climbing and so much more. 

You can expect to find your sense of personal renewal throughout your stay and will want to make The Hattabaugh Hotel your home away from home whenever your travels bring you to the region!

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