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

    ... is the communication back home, including our new toy--TravelPod! It takes lots of time to edit pictures and write something cogent and interesting at each significant stop.

    When we left I envisioned lots of cool evenings spent outside, reading and listening to the sounds of nature in the woods around us. Well, there has been only one of those evenings. First, in most cases it has been cooler in Texas than wherever we were! They are ...

    Glacier National Park, plus

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

    32 photos

    ... our food and throwing out stuff we've learned we can't take across the border, like fresh produce or fresh vegetables. We know we'll face the same sorts of rules when we come back the other way! Nancy's trying to be very inventive and cook up things we can freeze, as frozen items are apparently okay.

    At any rate, we should be in the Banff / Lake Louise area for a week, and back in the USA about 11 Aug. Canada will be different!

    More later...

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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

    ... but not by an annoying level by any means. Most of the time we were by ourselves and it was very peaceful. The woods, although creepy at times with all the dead trees around. were also quiet and peaceful. You pretty much could only hear the birds, bugs, and the sounds of rushing water nearby.







    We noticed a lot of people seemed overdressed, or were packing a lot of ...

    Day 27: East Glacier

    A travel blog entry by not.far.now on Jul 15, 2014

    5 photos

    I got up early for sunrise. Fortunately, we were camping incredibly close to the lake, so it was literally just a matter of unzipping the tent and walking about 25 yards to the water's edge. I was hoping that there’d be some leftover clouds from last night’s storm. Instead, I was met with heavy fog. I waited and waited for it to clear, but it wasn’t going anywhere quick so eventually headed back to camp. ...

    GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

    A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Apr 14, 2014

    19 photos

    ... due to bear activity there. We could see a bear down at the lake but it really just looked like a moving brown dot.
    Also, on the trail were many mountain goats eating right off the path. Their horns appeared to be very sharp, but the must be a little used to people because they would not move unless someone got too close. Even though there was still a little snow around, there were many beautiful flowers and waterfalls to see.
    Several ...