Glacier Gateway Inn

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

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

    A travel blog entry by ginnie1517 on Jul 23, 2012

    4 photos

    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

    ... purpose made road is a glorious path following a mountain river to its peak, which meant the gradient was constant and never too steep. With a trailing wind I managed to reach the peak in 2.5hrs having covered 17m, which was faster than I hoped and would be the last positive suprise for a few hours.

    The Marias Pass also represents the Continental Divide. This Divide runs the length of the US and is best explained by the fact that every drop of water that falls ...

    Day 7 -- Mothers Day in Shelby, MT

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

    6 comments, 14 photos

    ... railroad wind along the valley -- making it interesting. Long freight trains loaded with containers from China or Korea cross me going East. After a while the road moves out onto the open plain. We are quite high, maybe 3,000 feet and going up. In the distance for the first time I see mountains -- but its not the Rockies -- just a warmup. I stop again in Harlem at a monument to the crews of two ...

    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 ...

    Reading and Napping the day away

    A travel blog entry by vjlarson on Jul 01, 2010

    I spent a good part of the afternoon reading. I started “The Heretic’s Daughter” by Kathleen Kent, the book another passenger had given to me. I got very engrossed in it, but I also kept dozing off. It was a good afternoon for sleeping! And I did... a lot!

    Our “neighbors” in the sleeping car across the hall, who were from Denmark, got off the train in Shelby. It seemed ...