Motel 6 Kalispell

Address: 1540 Highway 93 South, Kalispell, Montana, 59901, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1540 Highway 93 South, Kalispell, is near Flathead Lake State Park, Wild Horse Island State Park, Northern Pines Golf Club, and Village Greens Golf Course.
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      Everything is running together

      A travel blog entry by jgfbrown on Jul 29, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Hi everyone: Our trip is beginning to run together as we don't always have wi-fi and so I forget where I've been. We had a long day yesterday and drove through a greast little town called Whitefish and of course stopped for great coffee at one of their local shops. The best coffee in a long time. Then off we went to start the "Up to the sun ride" …

      Pancakes, huckleberries and Avalanche Lake!

      A travel blog entry by carolinebaugh on Jul 09, 2013

      9 photos

      ... pick up Junior Ranger books and then took the shuttle bus up to Avalanche to walk off the pancakes. We are too big to drive the Going-to-the-Sun road in a 28ft RV so we will need to take the shuttle to get across tomorrow. From the Avalanche trailhead we walked up a crystal blue (and very fast) river, past massive cedar trees and up about 500ft in elevation to the stunning Avalanche Lake at the top. The children found it ...

      Drive to Glacier: Part II

      A travel blog entry by matthew.stinson on May 28, 2012

      10 photos

      This morning we woke up, packed our things, and started driving. We took a detour to Walmart to get bread and a couple of other choice items. We have been running out of bread like a bad habit. We have ate so many sandwiches over the past week and have run out of bread twice. We severely underestimated the amount of bread that we would of needed. This time, we bought two loaves. We then headed to Glacier. The drive ...

      Rocky Mountain Treasures

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Aug 11, 2011

      15 photos

      ... meadow, we could see a few patches of snow, but as we walked further, there was a lot more snow. After a while the boardwalk ended, and it looked as if the trail was pretty much snow-packed for the rest of the way (about a mile) to the lake. We decided not to finish the rest of the hike, but Stephanie, my dad, and I decided to go just a little ways further, up to the top of a snow slope. For us snow-deprived people of New Mexico, this field ...

      Farewell Sweet Glacier. Farewell.

      A travel blog entry by miketheamerican on May 22, 2011

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... with me, I slacked up the rear brake cable till the brakes would ride through without rubbing, and headed out.
      The rest of the ride to West Glacier was a fine piece of cycling; though I must admit it is hard to keep oneself at the proper temperature while riding in the mountains this time of year. A descent in the shade of a mountain, with a cool breeze blowing off the snowfields, differs greatly from a climb through the stagnant air on the back side of the ...