Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
A 3 hour trip to Glacier National Park along twisty mountain roads. Very strong wind gusts, high speed limit and hills reduced gas mileage down to 20 MPG (40 is normal). The some covered mountain peaks can be seen many miles away on approach.
Had a great lunch at the St Mary's east gate lodge before entering the park. < …
... well done and the scenery excellent. We saw a ton of fish.
Walker had a great time with the high-powered squirt gun, at one point he jumped to our raft to a kayak with a couple of girls on it to retrieve our stolen gun, and another time he jumped onto another raft to try an pull the guide in. All in all it was a really fun trip, and not too demanding. Everybody went swimming a few times.
After that we ...
... made a dash for it into the woods. We stuck around for a while to see if he would reappear but he didn’t.
Of all the bear encounters we have had in Yellowstone and now here in Glacier, this was one of the closest. It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve seen one, each encounter is special. What truly amazing animals these are and so wonderful to see ...
... questions in the comments.
Driving the Going-to-the-Sun
- kept eyes on the road the entire time
- the van at the lead never topped 25 mph, I was bored
- that bump was an in-road grate over water
- hanging from my mirror is a pirate eye patch and ghost beads to ward off evil spirits
- yes, I was VERY excited ...
... Logan Pass (6,646ft) and I thought the Amalfi Coastal road was narrow - and to paraphrase ex football Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, there were a few squeaky bum moments on ascent and descent. We did manage to snatch bits of scenery and glimpses of wildlife along the way, including the Jackson Glacier (the only one visible on the road) and a Grizzly Bear (there was a convoy of traffic parked up with telescopes and binoculars) a guy pointed it out ...