Red Lion Hotel Kalispell
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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Banff és Kalispell nincs közel egymáshoz, autópályán is 450 km, de mi egy kis kerülőt is tettünk, mert meg akartuk nézni az egyik legnagyobb indián települést, Browningot.
Inditásként a kocsiban reggeliztünk egy kis Tim Hortont, majd nagyjából megállás nélkül nyomattuk a Kanadai határig. Itt elég gyorsan átjutottunk, mivel ez egy …
Itinerary: "7/13/2014 Sunday Spokane-Kalispell Pass by the beautiful lakeside communities of the Coeur d'Alene and Flathead Lake as your tour takes you further east to Big Sky Country of Montana. Flathead Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the western contiguous United States. Visible from space, its surface area is even larger than …
... seemed hazier and found out the wildfires burning in Idaho and Washington were causing the haze. We were doubly bummed about the fires because Charlie's cousin Peter, who lives in Missoula, was supposed to meet up with us tomorrow, but was called up to help fight the fires in Idaho. Headed back to civilization to a Best Western in Kalispell, where the kids and their iPads had a joyful reunion with the ...
... rock (seriously, just rock – the path looks like it was created by the big horn sheep) with an incredible view of the valley below and glaciers everywhere!
The hike ends at Piegan Pass, and when you look over on the other side you see an amazing valley: there’s a waterfall spilling into an aquamarine pool of water; the walls of the valley are lined on both sides by rock in ribbons of color from red ...
... all potato fields. Along the path we took through northern Idaho today, the terrain was mountainous with intermixed areas of densely populated evergreens. Right next to the heavily treed section would be an area of almost barren mountain side....I do not think this is due to past logging activities, I think it is due to the soils or rock outcroppings not being able to support ...