Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hidden Moose Lodge Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... forested area (mainly Western Red Cedar, Black Cottonwood and Western Hemlock trees). The trail was fairly easy going; we encountered some wildlife: squirrels, chipmunks and a woodpecker (going hell for leather against a tree) before entering an arena of a small lake surrounded on three sides by steep mountains and pockets of snow where glaciers used to lie (or carve their way slowly).
We drove back along Flathead lake (the ...
... had filled. Lucky we got there just in time! While we were setting up we met a young couple from North Carolina. They had just completed a 60mile backpacking trip in the Bob Marshall wilderness. They had gotten stuck in the storm we encountered at Bowman Lake, and were trying to dry out all their stuff in the sun. Our tent was saturated as well from the heavy dew.
After setting up camp, we had lunch ...
... in the park we drove the 16 miles and hiked up to Avalanche Lake. The trail started at a fabulous, roaring, narrow flume and wound its way along the voluminous river whose source was the bowl at the end of this 2.5 mile trail where we saw 14 waterfalls - the process of the glaciers melting into a pristine lake. We found solitude at the end of the trail where we even heard the “Boom!” of a cornice or a small avalanche ...
... road, so at times, there was no pavement, no lines on the pavement, and very narrow roads going up to Logan Pass. As we got closer to Logan Pass, the clouds were becoming thicker and thicker, until the only thing Dave could see was the center line on the road (by then, the road construction was over and the road was well paved and lined, even though it was still very narrow. It was a harrowing ride to the top at Logan ...
... as a destination, anyone and everyone asked if I was going to drive the “Going to the Sun” Highway/Road. I surmised it is the thing to do, and had the feeling it would be much like the road over the Beartooth Pass so that was today’s adventure. After breakfast, Lacey and I boarded Cody (the name of my Jeep) and headed off….
Ohhhhhh, W-O-W! It resembled the Beartooth, all right, except it was narrower- exactly two lanes wide, ...