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

    Spectacular Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jun 27, 2015

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    ... Sun Road.

    Going To The Sun Road is most probably one of the most spectacular roads in the U.S.. It is an engineering marvel that twists it's way up the side of sheer cliffs from the west entrance to 6600' Logan Pass, a distance of 32 miles and a gain of elevation of around 3500'. It terminates near Lake Mary on the eastern slope. The first 18 miles are pretty tame but the last 14 are limited to vehicles of 21' or less because of the narrow, ...

    The Last 180 Miles To Columbia Falls= NO FUN

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... I-90 westbound to once again join highway 93.

    We drive through a couple of small towns on the way to Polson. This town of almost 4500 souls lies on the southern shore of Flathead Lake. Slightly larger than Lake Tahoe, Flathead is the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi in the contiguous U.S. We follow highway 93 around the west side of the lake passing through Elmo (pop. 143), Rollins (pop. ...

    Day 30 - Going to the Sun - Best Ride Ever!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 22, 2015

    43 photos

    ... the descent to St Mary.       The descent to St Mary is much more straightforward than the ascent from West Glacier, mostly because it doesn't drop as much.  There was supposed to be road construction on the St Mary side, and with our recent gravel experiences we were a little leery.   But it turned out that the pavement was good, just didn't have the final finish surface yet.   There were a couple of spots almost into St Mary where ...

    Day 9 (Glacier National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 16, 2015

    ... north we went. This area is filled with many dramatic and majestic mountains. We later realised that the mountains are actually on the other side of Logan's Pass. So we got to see the backside of the Garden Wall. The Sherburne and Swiftcurrent lakes provide very pretty settings for photo taking. The water looks turquoise over here and reminded me of Lake Tekapo in NZ. The Sherburne lake is dammed on one side, which was a surprise. I had thought they would leave everything as ...

    Day 8 (Glacier National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 15, 2015

    ... a spectacular view! The trail was totally unexpected. I didn't expect to be tracking through snow and ice. We had to climb up the base of Clement Mountain and then go around it. The climb was tough especially when we had to track through the snow. There was also one part where the track got very narrow and along a very steep part of the mountain side. That was quite scary as it can get slippery. From up the mountain side, we had sweeping vistas of the Garden Wall ...