Smoky Bear Ranch

Address: Near North Fork Rd, Columbia Falls, Montana, 59936, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Near North Fork Rd, Columbia Falls, is near Bob Marshall Wilderness Ranch of Montana.
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    Travel Blogs from Columbia Falls

    Very Hot Weather Hinders Our Adventures

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jun 30, 2015

    8 photos

    ... are enjoying the out of doors the entire week. How dare they?

    Anyway, we were getting a little desperate for a place to stay on July 2, a travel day, never mind leaving Columbia Falls early. Finally we are able to book a night at the infamous Fairmont Hot Springs RV Park. It's quite expensive, but what's a mother to do? So on July 2nd we will leave Columbia Falls and travel to Fairmont Hot Springs, British ...

    Flathead Valley- Visiting Family And Glacier N.P.

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jun 27, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... on our last leg of the trip. After a thorough diagnostic test I have determined that the wiring harness on the trailer is kaput, so I went into Kalispell to the nearest RV dealer and purchased a new one.

    I haven't taken any photos of Columbia Falls as there is really no focal point of interest in this small town.

    Tomorrow we are to visit one of the most spectacular National Parks in all of the U.S.- Glacier. More on that tomorrow.


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

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Jun 22, 2015

    43 photos

    ... few pictures.  We were looking for the mother bear, but she didn't show and eventually the bear sauntered off.      We continued our ascent and eventually stopped near The Loop to take some pictures and talk to some of the other bikers.  There were a lot of bikes.  The other cool thing about Glacier, is if you don't want to drive, or are just too scared to drive, the park offers a free shuttle service in these 1930's styled buses back and forth ...

    Day 10 (Glacier National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 17, 2015

    ... There were people pointing out to it and we stopped to see what it was. What a way to end off our visit here. Heard on the commentary that Two Medicine Lake is bear territory. There are lots of Huckleberry growing in this region and the bears love them. They can consume 35 gallons of Huckleberries a day. So glad to have seen a bear roaming in the wild. However, I was keeping an eye out for the mother bear and stayed close to the car. Wouldn't want to be mawed by a ...

    Day 8 (Glacier National Park)

    A travel blog entry by derektanht on Jun 15, 2015

    ... to have been here when it opens. Guess the weather has been warm enough to make the road passable. It was about an hour's drive up. We went passed Lake Donald's, stopping there for a picnic lunch. Had the 1/2 lb bison burger with salad. Dad and mum had a sausage sandwich with chips. The chips tasted really good. It's not too salty yet crispy. Bought quite a lot of stuff from the souvenir store too that included postcards, fridge magnets, Christmas ornaments ...