Duck Inn Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... As you drive in to Kalispell, you can see the southern border of Glacier. The wall of mountains guarding the park's inner beauty is quite intriguing, but tonight I'll be camping down below.
When I stopped at Cabela's in Kailspell, it dawned that the town wasn't quite what I expected. It seemed like lots of chain stores and strip malls, which is not really what I'm looking for. I ask one of the people who helped me at Cabela's if he ...
... this book to anyone who hasn't already read it.
On the Idaho/Montana boarder we went on a mountain bike trail through some old railway tunnels, called the Hiawatha Trial. It was amazing fun. You had lights as the tunnels were long and pitch black..... Oh and freezing! We saw our first snake and rode across wooden bridges suspended above deep canyons. The most confusing thing was we kept crossing the time zone so my iPhone ...
... huge because we could make it out clearly from a long way away and then one of the other hikers let us look through his scope thing and see it up close and personal – trust me it was HUGE!
So finally Severin got to see his Grizzly…and as it seems to be the case that every time he wishes to see an animal it appears he has chosen ‘dragon’ as his next animal of choice – I am feeling a little safer about this one!
We made it to Glacier! The going -to-the-sun road, which goes across the park, was closed about half way up due to snow. We thought Sally could have made it, but decided to respect the road closed sign. We got some really great mountain views and maybe even saw a glacier but we were not sure. Another three hour drive around the park would have brought us to a place of more glaciers, but we decided against it. ...
... a 6 1/2 hr tour. We didn't want to sit in the sun that long, so we opted to drive ourselves, which turned out to be a great idea.
The best way to see the Park is to drive the Going to the Sun Road. It is a 50 mile highway that goes East/West through Glacier National Park and crosses the Continental Divide. It is said to be one of the most scenic roadways in the world, and we agree. You can drive the road in about 1 ...