Duck Inn Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Duck Inn Lodge Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... that the black diamond was the hardest he had ever done. I think it was even harder than the black diamond in Asheville, which was formerly the hardest I had ever attempted.
After that the kids opted for some down time in the room, and Heather and I went over to the City Beach, which was a nice area on the shores of Lake Whitefish where you can hang out, rent paddleboards (etc.). It was really crowded but the lake there is beautiful.
We went back to ...
In the end, we did meet some of the toothless, dungaree wearing Hillbillies, who came to the Cabin to check on Jim's cat whilst he was away. Luckily they didn’t recognise me as the one who upset them due to my new thick bushy mop of hair thanks to Jim’s ‘Ancient Minerals’ natural extract hair conditioner.... It’s the future and I’m going to buy a truck ...
... hands out the most frightening brochure I've ever seen at the entrance gate. Casually slipped into the park map information, the cover reads "BEARS!" above a photo of an angry grizzly. I chuckled and threw it onto the passenger seat.
Acknowledging my healthy fear of bears, I was planning a photo series for this blog: Things I Thought were Bears. On high alert for the past month, countless large boulders, tree stumps ...
... up to the hype. No mention in the hotel literature but there is a ghost that is supposedly active on the 11th floor - great, guess which floor we stayed on! Even better is the early bird dinner with happy hour (4pm to 6pm) at their Palm Grill. Three courses of delicious food for $18 plus a glass of local wine for $4 wasn't too shabby at all. Frank's Diner features highly in Tripadvisor restaurant reviews so we decided to pop along for ...
... of no-where. They had a lovely little bakery there. We bought some sandwiches for lunch, as well as bread to go with dinner, and some milk and breakfast pastries for breakfast tomorrow.
The road from Polebridge to Lake Bowman is 6 miles, and unpaved, dusty, and narrow in spots. I had read that folks said that it was the worst road they had ever driven on. Those accounts were highly exaggerated, yeah, ...