Garden Wall Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... deck, fireplace. Excellent for our 2 nights and we could cook.
Saturday: We set out to drive around the lake and explore the many sites and towns. Flathead Lake is 44 kms long and up to 25kms wide with an average depth of 51m. It is one of the cleanest lakes in the world in a populated area hence it is a popular camping area in summer, lots of holiday homes, boat houses, fruit orchards, stands of huge pines and many small communities. ...
... we arrived in Whitefish nice and early. We've eaten lots, drunk lots of coffee and not done a lot else. Hoping for some better weather and clearer views to come as we've seen bugger all for days. Matt has been very brave despite his wrist and oozing wounds. Big stars for him says Nadine. We are now camping next to an Australian couple who have motorbiked up from Chile so have done our route in reverse - good to meet interesting people as the weather has been ...
McDonald Lake is the largest lake in the park. It was named after a guy named McDonald who camped out there once (before it was a Nat Park), and carved “McDonald” in a tree trunk. People started referring to the lake at McDonald Lake, and the name stuck.
So far, looks sunny, right? Well, it wasn’t long before ...
... us with no problems. Chris carried Zach in the backpack almost the entire way there and back. Zach was pretty good on the way up chatting the whole time, we definitely didn’t need any bear bells (this is notorious Grizzly Bear country) as we had our very own bear repeller….a toddler with a case of verbal diarrhea.
When we arrived at the Iceberg Lake the water was a fabulous bright blue and the icebergs were pearly white. There was also an on duty ranger there ...
... side trip.
This is the location where Blackfeet Indians
and their predecessors for over 5000 years slaughtered buffalo by driving them
over a cliff. Before horses were
reintroduced to North America, this was all done on foot as a whole village
effort. This location was selected
because of availability of a stream at the bottom of the cliff since water ...