The Great Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews The Great Bear Inn West Glacier
Travel Blogs from West Glacier
... pie place. It was only their second day open for the season. The pie and ice cream was good, but again expensive. $6.50 for a slice! Just a slice! We tried to do laundry but couldn't find change anywhere. Everyone was closed up by 8:30 even though it was still daytime. We gathered at the laundry by the office to try and use the wifi, but didn't have much luck. We go to Canada ...
We made our way to to the famous "Going-to-the-Sun Road Highway" which is the only road that crosses the park. It was completed in 1932. The road, a National Historic Landmark and a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, spans 53 miles (85 km). The two lane road is quite narrow and winding, especially west of Logan Pass. Consequently, vehicle lengths over ...
... a fraction less than 9 MPG on this tank. All the in town driving that we did yesterday we guess. Since it wasn't too far to West Glacier, we decided to take our time as our reservation time to get into camp would not be until later on. As we were stopping in Columbia Falls at 11:00 to mail a B/D card, I spied a self car wash. Therefore, after mailing the card we turned around and went back up the street to at least try to get some of the ...
... quickly ushered me out of the office. He wouldn't even let me take an area map. I was fuming! I had cell phone service, but no internet. So I had to call Maggie, and get her to check int the internet for available space. While she was calling, I stopped for diesel and local cherries. Somehow, I then lost my American Express card. So I had to deal with canceling my card. Maggie found us ...
... After chowing down, we headed out on our Friday adventure! And the adventure is..... boat trip on St. Mary Lake, with a stop for hiking. The company is the Glacier Park Boat Company (http://www.glacierparkboats.com). The boat left the dock at 10am. In about 40 minutes we were at Baring Falls. Folks had a couple of choices: look at the falls and go back, hike with a Ranger to St. Mary Falls, or hike on your own and come back on a later boat. We did ...