Moss Mountain Inn

4655 North Fork Road, Columbia Falls, Montana, 59912, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Columbia Falls

Day Ten

A travel blog entry by djcarson

4

... and a nice deputy came and is checking to see if he can get anything to turn up.
Sheriff, Amtrak station agent, and hotel security all at work on my backpack but no sign of it. I imagine the items have been parceled out and sold for drug money by this time. It was a big blow, but I am not going to let it "derail" my trip!
Empire Builder finally arrives 3 hours late. Seating is a bit of a trick no window seats at first but I get some sleep. During the night I move to window ...

Many Glacier

A travel blog entry by junestreet

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4

We went south of the park today so we wouldn't have to wait in all the traffic in the park. We saw Many Glacier, and a black bear! It entered a lake and swam across to the other side. We had a picnic lunch on a pull out in the road and picked huckleberries for breakfast. It was a long day, but worth the drive. We are staying in our friends camper. It's really nice, but their dually truck is way too big to take on the mountain roads, so we have been using our rental ...

Going to the sun

A travel blog entry by redrox

5

... of why we bought those too.
We encountered a bit of a delay on the descent with construction on the road in the park. This is normal every summer in this environment that endures such brutal winters. Once out of the park and on our way to Whitefish I had to make a stop at a roadside vendor for cherries and some Huckleberry jam and syrup. I love this stuff and I had been looking forward to buying more to bring home.
From here we had just a few ...

A close encounter of the four legged kind

A travel blog entry by jpandpa

22

... before heading back out of the Park. When we got back to the area where the bear had been, most of the traffic jam and people had left, leaving only a small group of people and two Park Rangers. We decided to stop and see if the bear was still there. Jim walked up, looked, pointed it was still over the edge, and I started toward where he stood with his camera. Suddenly, the Park Rangers were stopping traffic coming from the direction we had just come, and moving ...

Jamming

A travel blog entry by finnegan

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Today, we were up early to enjoy the porch outside our room which overlooks the great lawn. We had breakfast in the Great Northern dining room. Our Red Bus tour was scheduled to leave at 9:00 am. We were on the Big Sky Circle Tour. The Red Buses were built in 1936 by White Motor Company. There are 33 red buses in the fleet of which about 15 were on the road of Glacier National Park today. The buses are called jammers by the locals. They originally had ...

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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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