Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... in-law of the boat captain at Two Medicine, who we would be seeing the following day. From here, we had great views of Grinnell Lake and Grinnell Falls flowing into it. This was the prettiest lake yet, a beautiful shade of blue. As the wind blew across the surface, the color changed in wild kaleidoscope patterns. The trail started to get more crowded from this point on. There was a good number of folks coming back as well as ...
... The following day we headed back into Glacier National Park to explore its eastern side. We crawled past the hillbillies as slowly as we could, ducking our heads low to avoid any incoming bullets. We didn’t see anyone apart from the usual gang of barking dogs running all around us and leaping at our windows clearly wanting to devour our insides....
Again we traversed the incredible ...
... Had a great lunch at the St Mary's east gate lodge before entering the park.
The "Road to the Sun" cuts through the entire park and has a short season. Rarely open before July due to snow cover. I was here 4 years ago about ...
... annual buffalo hunt that the tribe undertook. www.history.alberta.ca/headsmashedin
Nearly at the border, we stopped in Cardston for a different quick bite. The local junior ice hockey club was fundraising with a roadside "burger sizzle". Had to stop to show our Aussie support. The locals were happily surprised to have some outside support and the burgers were great.
Not long after crossing into Montana, the WOW views of the ...
... as it had snowed 2 days before, although the sun was out now. The snow capped mountains looked fantastic against the crystal blue lake. The Going to the Sun road was closed at Logan's Pass for a few days but the sunshine melted the snow enough For the road to open 2 days later. We went all out and booked onto the red bus tour so we could enjoy the views in the open top 1930s small coach. So much fun. the views were fantastic.