Many Glacier Hotel
Travel Blogs from Glacier National Park
Another early start today to drive up the east side of the National Park and into the incredibly popular Many Glacier. We knew the campground filled by about 9.30am and was first-come-first-served so we wanted to be there early. En route we passed our 2,000 mile mark - so we're well on the way! Luckily as we arrived in camp there were a few spaces …
We got a late start out of our campsite after eating insta-meals--instant oatmeal and Starbucks coffee. We headed to the East side of the Park and Dad decided to drive around the southern route so we could see a change of scenery. On the way, we saw a neat hotel called the Izaak Walton Inn. It was the first hotel built by the Great Northern …
We woke up early today and met the park ranger for a ranger-led hike to Iceberg Lake, a 10 mile hike she referred to as the Heart of Glacier. This was the first ranger-led hike Michael and I did in any of the three parks we have visited this trip. It turned out to be one of the best. The temperatures were perfect, probably in the 60 …
As we were leaving our B&B this morning we encountered a road hazard from driving on an unpaved road. We got a flat tire right in the middle of nowhere. We actually think it may have happened last night and we just didn't notice it as Michael had an indicator light on the dashboard that he did not recognize. The road was so …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.