Moss Mountain Inn

Address: 4655 North Fork Road, Columbia Falls, Montana, 59912, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 4655 North Fork Road, Columbia Falls, is near Bob Marshall Wilderness Ranch of Montana.
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Travel Blogs from Columbia Falls

Life on the Road

A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments

... heat wave in South Dakota and Montana. I hope our time in Canada (beginning tomorrow) will bring temps in the 70's, not the 90's.

Second, our 40' motorhome limits us in where we can camp. Most of the parks that take "big rigs" are highly developed and not treed. Not for us the remote and very quiet camp site in the pines. We park and drive into the pines. Probably for the best---we can only get satellite TV if the sky is open, and trees ...

We're close to Glacier National Park!

A travel blog entry by giddy-up-go on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... for a broken cabinet door. I went to a hardware store the other day looking for a hinge (a likely place, no?), but they were all thicker than the RV hinge, so I hope I can get it at the RV store. The next four days we'll spend in Glacier National Park and the surrounding area, before heading for the Canadian border on Monday. I guess we'll need to learn how to say "eh," eh?


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Day 2 - Uphill hiking, some pie, and cloud aliens!

A travel blog entry by stuggernaut on Jul 20, 2014

31 photos

... thought that was weird until...

Problem #2, here came the rain! Sure wish I had brought a hat. In the trees it was not so bad, but there are a few clear spots here and there and we got wet quick in those. Although we did discover that I had some sort of built in self drying ability compared to Christy. I was dry pretty fast after the rain stopped and she was soaked all day. Guess that makes me ...

Mr...'I want to see a bear' ...gets his wish...x3!

A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jul 15, 2014

8 photos

... a heavy night of rain, (our first real storm/bad weather encountered during the entire trip and which actually made for a very cosy night!), we headed out and onwards towards Seattle. We are hoping to be there around the 20th so will be stopping a little in between. Here in Libby, Montana Severin got to see his dragon - a special shout out to Alex Wigger for providing that one via Facetime! His next animal that he wants to see is a Moose – stay ...

GNP, Day 3 (or: hiked to a glacer, nbd)

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 11, 2013

20 photos

... the trimmings (gift shops, restaurants, bars, porches with rocking chairs, fireplaces, etc). It was built by the railroad in the late 1800s to encourage visitors to come to the Park. It is built in an Alpine (think: Swiss Chalet) style because the railroad was referring to GNP (which wasn't actually a national park at that point) as "the Alps of the U.S." in all the promotional ads. In fact, many of the staff still wear lederhosen, ...