Summit Station Lodge

Address: Hwy. 2 Marias Pass, East Glacier Park, Montana, 59434, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Hwy. 2 Marias Pass, East Glacier Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Summit Station Lodge East Glacier Park

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Travel Blogs from East Glacier Park

East Glacier – Gateway to Peace

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2015

2 comments, 91 photos

... Highway is the main route into the Canadian side of the park. It is an amazingly scenic drive traversing fields and forest dotted by wetlands and descending into grasslands which erupt with the Front Range of the Rockies and the magnificent Waterton Valley. Along the way, we had to zigzag the herds of free range cattle that have laid claim to the highway. However, our journey was graced briefly by a Bull Moose leading us down the road for a bit and then by ...

Grinnell Glacier

A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Jul 29, 2015

24 photos

... trip. Just a couple of deer here and at Apgar lookout; no goats or bears so far!.

Most of the 2100-ft elevation gain was in the next 3.6 miles. The hike was so gorgeous though, we barely noticed. The entire valley sprawled in front of us as we climbed the trail, which was carved into the rim on the East side of it. We climbed along layers of multicolored rock, waterfalls, wildflowers and most gorgeous views we'd seen in the park, or maybe ever. While most hikes ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by tourdemark on Jul 27, 2015

12 photos

... early so I could have an ice cream.

After riding to Longview, I turned south on Highway 22, also called The Cowboy Trail. Let's see if we can spot a cowboy hat...

After heading out of town I found a cap fence. Will that do? It was pretty impressive and went for about 3 km.


















No, not cowboy enough? I hear you. Ok, I'll keep looking. ...

Out of the Banff tourist zoo, into Montana!

A travel blog entry by gemberling on Aug 11, 2014

... to Lake Louise and wished we had not even stopped. It was overrun with tourists just like Jasper. We even had to park in bus parking. Many different nationalities represented again. We left asap and skipped the rest of Banff Nat’l Park and Banff altogether. The only interesting thing I can report on is the animal over and underpasses built to protect wildlife from high speed traffic! On ...

Exploring Glacier National Park's East Side

A travel blog entry by aimz822 on Jul 08, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... with the makeshift "collar" around the hose that we fashioned with a wadded up paper towel to reduce the odor...). They seemed happy to see us go. We scoped out our site for later and it seemed equally nice and perhaps a little more level.

Off to the boat dock at Rising Sun to see about a boat tour on St. Mary Lake. The RV was allowed to go as far as the parking lot for Rising Sun. We made it in time for the boat tour at ...