BEST WESTERN PLUS Flathead Lake Inn and Suites
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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Best Western Premier in Helena is een prima hotel, na een goed ontbijt weer de weg op naar Glacier NP. Onderweg was er weinig te beleven. We konden in een rustig tempo over zeer rustige wegen naar Kalispell rijden. De temperatuur was opgelopen naar 38 graden. Het hotel lag 15 km van het centrum van Kalispell, daarnog naar het centrum gereden en een …
Headed back to West Glacier, just outside of Glacier Park for a half day white water rafting trip down the middle fork of the Flathead River. It was the kids and mine first time rafting and we all had a blast! The river is much lower and calmer in August than in May when the rafting season starts. Our guide Webster (who was straight out of central …
... raincoats so we could still get out at pull-over stops and see the sights. We stayed on our route and it was still beautiful. It did effect the quality of the pictures we could take because of the clouds. Within about an hour the rain stopped and got sunny again. We saw the Jackson Glacier which was beautiful. That's the only glacier we saw. There are about 25 left in the park but mostly in remote areas. There were 150 glaciers in 1850. They are predicting ...
... Montana. Joe went on to a distinguished career, returning to his Salish Kootenai Indian tribe to start the Salish Kootenai College. The school now enrolls 1200 students, both Indian and non-Indian people.
We then drove to West Glacier to stay at the Silverwolf Log Chalet, a neat little resort near Glacier National Park.
... in the park, but there are now only 25 small ones left that are dwindling rapidly. It is estimated that they will all be gone by 2030 so I am glad I got here in time.I also had one of my better hikes along the Trail of the Cedars. Super stroll among hemlocks, cottonwoods and giant red cedars. It was very difficult to say goodbye and the park will be one of the first places I revisit in the future. The state of Montana is very high up on my ...