Lake McDonald Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake McDonald Lodge West Glacier
I stayed in a small cabin room. It was very comfortable and rustic. It is a great place to just get away from the world.
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... RV. Lunches made and then Emma and Ryan were off to the pool and Liam and Ben were playing soccer. The campground was really nice. The view from our site was all mountains. Rob and I jumped on the bikes and biked the 1 mile to the St. Mary's Visitor center, locked up the bikes and got on the shuttle up to Logan Pass to get an idea of what to do with the kids tomorrow. The Going-to-the-Sun Road just opened on July 2nd for East to West ...
Wake up before 6 and everything is pretty wet but the pack in the bear food storage locker stayed nice and dry!
I slept we'll and was thankful for the warm clothing even though it was wet in the tent
Took a shower and put on clean clothes
Came back and began to take the tent down and let it dry. Ha!
Went to restaurant and ate a big breakfast
Saw Ali, works as a waitress, (the church leader on Sunday) and thanked her for leading and sharing so openly
Came back ...
Up early and out of Great Falls, headed for St Mary and Glacier NP. We visited this park last year and spent several days. We drove the Going to the Sun Road through the park. If you've never been there, this is one of the all time "must do" motor trips.
For those with a fear of mountain roads it can be intimidating. I have suffered with these issues in the past, but in the last few years I seem to have overcome my fears. Last year this road was a big ...
... distance). The hike was very interesting and we learned a lot about the plants and trees. Some of the highlights were seeing the waterfall and the lake. Just as we reached the lake, a big moose waded into the water on the far side of the lake. We took pictures and video and enjoyed watching it stick its head in the water to eat plants (duck grass) in the water. After the hike we re-fueled with snacks and warmed up with hot chocolate at the Swift Current ...