Lake McDonald Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Lake McDonald Lodge West Glacier
Travel Blogs from West Glacier
... farm land---wheat and cattle. Little did we know that our day was about to become very stressful. We noticed the wind beginning to blow and soon the wind became very strong----steady winds of 40 mph with gusts even higher. Poor little Minnie and Winnie had a tough time staying upright. Ben and I were leading and Tricia took some photos of us that look like we were riding on our rims. This wind continued ...
... is not to be believed! As you go further and further up the Going to the Sun Road the mountains rise on all side around you, its incredibly beautiful. We do not have mountains like this on the east coast!
The Going to the Sun Road is a marvel in itself, as you drive along you can see where the road is headed but as you look out at the mountains its almost impossible to pick out where the road is, it blends ...
... of the clouds coming over the pass providing an ever changing and stunning picture. At the start of the trail the trail traverses a ledge on what is called the Garden Wall: GARDEN WALL — This long, knife-edged ridge, forming that section of the Continental Divide between Logan and Swiftcurrent Passes, was so named by one of George Bird Grinnell's parties which was camped at Grinnell Lake in the late 1890's. One evening, around a campfire, they were ...
... and the drivers could be heard jamming the gears as they drove up and down the rugged mountain highway. Today they have automatic transmissions, but the jammer name stuck. They mostly use propane, but can convert automatically to gas also. We started our trip at the Lodge with 16 other jammers and our driver, Steve. We crossed the Continental Divide at Marias Pass, saw mountain goats at Goat Lick and stopped at Izaak Walton Inn. This Inn is a flag stop for ...