Garden Wall Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Wall Inn Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... a restored railway car serving food for over 80 years and it's been a winner of best breakfast for the last 10 years (the Six Dollar Hot Cakes reminded me of my Gran's homemade pancakes). The famed Riverfront area was built for the World Expo in 1974 and to be honest it was showing its age. It was a bit of let down but Cameron loved the 100 year old carousel, the playground and the gondola ride over the (small) waterfalls.
Next stop Seattle!
... 8211; yum!
This nights 'camp side wildlife' was thankfully only a deer strolling by and a the fattest little mouse thing we have ever seen – seriously, this thing looked like a little furry golf ball with a tail! We laughed so hard that we are pretty sure the poor little thing waddled away with a serious image/weight complex!
The next morning we headed to Logan Pass and found ourselves hiking in snow – which is so strange ...
... two or three 10-minute delays are typical when driving through the park. Even the construction guys are helpful – the flag guy this morning was pointing out wildlife to us while we were waiting for the pilot car (the one you follow through the construction zone): he spotted a mother bear and two cubs and encouraged us to hop out and take pictures. He also let us know when it was time to get back in our cars ...
... shared the shuttle over the famous Going to the Sun road which takes you through some amazing scenery and for me dropped me off at the trailhead for the Skyline Trail - casual 14 mile walk. Again the pictures kinda tell the story so ill just comment on people that wear bear bells..... Idiots! All of them...You think a bear is going to be scared of a bell?! If I were a bear it'd just **** me off hearing about 500 tourists dangling about all day. I went with the ...
... and more winding and the drops steeper, I was pretty glad not to be driving the RV. By the time we got to the top, we were right up above the snowline, much to the delight of our African, snow-deprived children! We hiked across the snow, and a few boardwalks to the Hidden Lake, with mountain goats, marmots, snow fights, sliding, bottom-sledging and a host of fun. They didn't even notice the 5k round trip, not ...