Dancing Bears Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDancing Bears Inn East Glacier Park
The room was clean and cozy. It had a jacuzzi tub! It was very quiet except for an occasional vehicle on the street. The breakfast bar is available all day long!!!
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... is very rustic. Sits on Lake MacDonald with its pristine waters. We went to the lounge and shared a charcuterie platter with game meats (bison pastrami, elk sausage, and duck), goat cheese and another white cheese, with baguette slices and pickles. Delish! Forgot to take a photo! Too hungry to eat the snack!
The park is 1 million acres with 25 shrinking glaciers, 750 lakes, and over 700 miles of trails. This is a hiker's paradise. Said shrinking ...
... over and laughed.
Up at Logan Pass we all decided to get back down and head for camp. Spaghetti was the requested meal for the hikers. We all decided that if we could, we would stay one more night and let them hang around camp while Rob and I explored the West side of the park the next day. Everyone was good with that plan. A third day in the same place! Unheard of on this adventure! We must like Glacier National Park a lot.
... of the trail (again just a snow field, not a real trail) we were rewarded with yet another majestic alpine lake. Waiting for us at the top was a family of mountain goats including an adorable baby goat, as well as many playful marmots. After gliding our way back down the snowy path surrounded by the same immense peaks we had seen from the road, we headed down the eastern side of the pass. The road was a slow wind down into ...
... br> After another night at our site in Cody, we left heading toward Montana. This was an exciting day because one of Shane's main goals on this trip was to ride the Beartooth Highway that connects Wyoming and Montana through the Gallatin and Custer National Forests. Shane had read about it years ago in a Charles Kurrault article where he stated it was the most scenic drive he's ever taken. And that guy's been a few places. So ride it we did! WOWZERZ! By far the ...
... welcomed us. We decided to take our ride to the sun. Our adventure is to ride the Going to the Sun Rd. we ventured out and the scenery is amazing. I will get my pictures posted soon.
This ride was unbelievable. The beauty that surrounds us. ...