Hilton Garden Inn Kalispell
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Kalispell
This Hilton Garden has been renovated recently and so the rooms and facilities are very nice and comfortable. Staff is great and friendly. Convenient to restaurants and the park. At the end of the day, nothing better than fresh cookies at the front desk:)
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... a former neighbor whom we have known since she was an infant! Katie is Erin's age, and we have a small package to also deliver from her parents. Pat and John, who still live down the street! Hope I don't somehow lose any more text. Somehow I lost the text and had to recreate all of the earlier Glacier entry! Boo!!! Next from Seattle! ...
... was putting out tremendous amounts of heat which made it almost unbearable. I arrived to the hotel around 5pm. I've done about 2200 miles so far. I've got a little less than 4000 before I'm home,
I'm heading to Glacier National Park and the road to the sun tomorrow. I'm getting excited. I've always wanted to see it.
My warm sunny morning at the Radium Hot Springs campground, rapidly turned into a cold rainy ride south to West Glacier. Originally planning to tent camp and ride the "Going-To-The-Sun highway tomorrow through Glacier National Park, I revised my plan (in the face of another rainy night and a 70% chance of thunderstorms in Glacier Park tomorrow). I booked ...
... snow, and the stopped at the Visitors center to get some information on the trails. the Hidden Lake nature trail was open to the overlook--about 1.5 miles one way. We filled up our water bottles, grabbed our hiking poles, and set off. the alpine meadow s blooming with spring/summer flowers. It was boardwalk for a bit, then you have to trek up the mountain, which was about 50% covered in snow. Appreciated my hiking pole! About halfway, the trail was impassable by the ...
I hope I may be excused for my lack of enthusiasm today. I found it difficult to be inspired by northern Idaho and western Montana. It isn't that it’s not beautiful country, because it is, but our route took us through no man’s land…perhaps I should call it God’s country…and how many ways can you describe pine trees? I think I have done it all several times, already. The first photo will show you that even Beamer got bored. And I have to ...