Great Northern Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from West Glacier
... Kathryn and Nigel for coffee and ice creams, and we rented paddle boards for the kids to enjoy a splash about on the lake. I thought the water was freezing, but it didn't deter the boys from jumping in and spending more time in the water than on the ...
... This is the first time we drove the Going to the Sun road with Kristin. I was generous and gave up my front passenger seat to her so she could experience the drive fully. So nice of me. :) Kristin: " I am never driving this road. Mom, do you want to trade back? Dad stop eating snacks and put 2 hands on the wheel!" Guess she inherited my discomfort with edges. Totally different look with the mountains in rain ...
... to bring. Again, essentials that any seasoned camper typically do not forget to pack. At any rate, it's been nice driving around Kalispell and getting an idea about this largest city in the NW Montana.
"Working using his own capital, Charles Edward Conrad, a businessman and banker fromFort Benton, Montana, formed the Kalispell Townsite Company with three other ...
... Rather than sneaking up the valley via a series of switchbacks, the road climbs up the mountain in a steady ascent up the side of a cliff, providing stunning views of the valley and the peaks around. Pounds upon pounds of dynamite were used to blast through the rock and provide enough room for a road to be built. Workers chiseled at the rock, then sent the pieces down the mountain on a horse-drawn carriage until enough progress on the road was made ...
... just didn't know which one to pick, so we headed to the park's Western visitor center, where we picked up some maps and talked to the rangers. With the Eastern side of Going-to-the-Sun road still closed, we had to pick a hike on this side of the park, so we settled on Apgar lookout. The trailhead to Apgar is at the terminus of a 2-mile unpaved road, where we got to get our first sight of wildlife - a deer was munching on bushes close to the road, ...