Half Way Motel

14840 Highway 2 E, Essex, Montana, 59916, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14840 Highway 2 E, Essex, is near Empire Builder.
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    Travel Blogs from Essex

    Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... Parks since the 1930's and the 33 strong fleet at Glacier is the largest in the country. All of the vehicles have been re-built over the past 10 years with only the external appearance remaining from the past. They fit 17 passengers on board and are open topped so you can catch the stunning views overhead.

    We started from the Going-to-the Sun road, a 54 mile windy road that captures all of the ...

    Port Angeles to Essex (MT)

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... whilst driving.

    After navigating the large mountain range just east of Seattle we found ourselves on a straight flat road for 300 miles. The scenery was a mix of desert brown fields filled with wind turbines interspersed with lush green crops thanks to the Colombia Basin Reclamation Project. Huge dams lay in spectacular canyons and their water was pumped throughout the region to feed the green crops on what ...

    Day 27: East Glacier

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... Lake. By the time we got there, E had fallen asleep, so D stayed with her in the car while A and I walked down to the falls together. It was a short little hike down to a nice waterfall. On the way back to the car, we spotted a small snake on the side of the trail. By the time we got back to the car, E had awakened and everyone was hungry so we found a restaurant near the lodge for dinner before heading back to the ...

    Badlands to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks

    A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Jun 17, 2014

    4 comments

    ... that runs all along the side slope of a mountain through AMAZING grasses and wildflowers. Distant views of the snowy peaks- 360 all around us. The glacial lakes, the river, ice blue colored water. Words can't describe. I didn't take my camera on this hike so our memories will have to deliver the shots for us at will. We did see Big Horn Sheep on the craggy slopes above us and plenty of deer. A ground squirrel (?) that stood on his hind legs and chirped like a loud bird over ...

    Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 01, 2013

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    ... moved and melted, they formed this beautiful Park. You can see where the glaciers have just pushed the ground away to make big valleys in-between the mountains. A glacier is formed when more snow falls in a year than melts. The remaining snow compacts down and becomes a slowly moving mass or river of ice. Every spring and summer, some of the glaciers melt and feed the many lakes and rivers in the Park. There is concern about ...