Glacier Gateway Inn

Address: 1121 E Railroad St, Cut Bank, Montana, 59427, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1121 E Railroad St, Cut Bank.
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    Travel Blogs from Cut Bank

    A day on the train

    A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Nov 16, 2013

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    ... I kept sleeping...but Joan was different. She woke up, starved of air, wondering what had gone wrong. She tried to wake me by talking to me, but I had put in some earplugs to eliminate the train noise. I had spent 40 years training myself to stay awake with that noise, and felt that I would be kept awake, identifying when the brakes are set, when we go over switches, etc. Eventually, Joan was able to rouse me, worried ...

    Grace Penelop Smith (GPS) is trying to kill me!

    A travel blog entry by ginnie1517 on Jul 23, 2012

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    Well today was an adventure thanks to Grace Penelope Smith (GPS). I started out from Kalispell along Rt. 2 east. The scenery was good with the mountains in the background. As I got close to Browning I decided to go see Two Medicine. This is the southern part of Glacier National Park and not part of the main viewing areas. So Grace had me turn onto Rt. 89. This road was nice as it headed towards ...

    The Smorgasbord Day

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 18, 2012

    15 photos

    ... by the ever changing weather and precipitation. I had everything from burning sunshine to rain, to sleet, to hail and even snow. And inbetween each wettening, the sun would pop out and I would need to derobe yet again. It was painstaking and sapping.

    In addition to every season, I also encountered every terrain from mountain to forest to never ending glade. I started, as mentioned earlier, climbing to the Marias Pass, which touches out at 5248ft. ...

    Day 7 -- Mothers Day in Shelby, MT

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on May 13, 2012

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... lake - a monument to Roosevelt's efforts to fight the depression. 10,000 men were employed here for some 5 years. Doig's "Bucking the Sun" is a great read. I guess the dam evens the flow of the Missouri, and provides some electricity -- but I don't think the economic rate of return was a factor here.

    The road then leaves the Missouri and shifts to follow the Milk. Unlike North Dakota, the road ...

    Day 7: Sleeping Bag Warmers

    A travel blog entry by rjsplow on Apr 27, 2011

    6 photos

    ... is “packing”. They were exceedingly generous, offering us anything and everything they had to share. And they, we came to find, were fairly representative of the people we found throughout the entire trip.

    Other travelers, Mike and Mark, were traveling the opposite direction from Alaska to Utah. Mark lived in Alaska for 2 years and, by his own words, become “bushed” up there (isolated and a touch crazy…not ...