Many Glacier Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMany Glacier Hotel Glacier National Park
This hotel is one of the historic hotels built about 100 years ago. I don't think the plumbing has been updated since then! The lobby with a huge fireplace is a great space to gather, play cards and watch the water. But the parking lot is a walk uphill about 2 flights and the room was only so-so.
Dad thinks this hotel is a 4 for historic significance.
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Staying in a really peaceful spot, our own little log cabin on the quiet east side of Glacier National Park. No cell service for miles and hardly any stores etc. Traveled to Many Glacier Hotel, a historic old lodge built in the early 1900s by the Great Northern Railroad Company, to board a boat across Swiftcurrent Lake. A short hike to a second …
... up the Going to the Sun Road heading for the Many Glacier area. We made stops along McDonald Creek as we began to ascend up the Going to the Sun Road. The traffic wasn't terribly heavy, I'm sure the repaving limited some of it and the National Parks Service limits large vehicles on the GTSR. As we drove along we saw The Loop, The Weeping Wall, and pretty views from some of the other unnamed pullouts.
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... and the drivers could be heard jamming the gears as they drove up and down the rugged mountain highway. Today they have automatic transmissions, but the jammer name stuck. They mostly use propane, but can convert automatically to gas also. We started our trip at the Lodge with 16 other jammers and our driver, Steve. We crossed the Continental Divide at Marias Pass, saw mountain goats at Goat Lick and stopped at Izaak Walton Inn. This Inn is a flag stop for ...
We asked the guide a lot of questions throughout the trip and realized that a raft guide is a pretty cool summer job to make college money. There are some things that one would have to sacrifice, for instance he told us that all the guides live on an old school bus behind the store for 100/summer. Despite his amenities, both mom and I thought Sophia would love this summer job later in life.
After our raft ride the group ...