Averill's Flathead Lake Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Averill's Flathead Lake Lodge Bigfork
Travel Blogs from Bigfork
... What a relief for us both. We proceeded and ended up on a paved and fairly busy road with no shoulder which we took back to our car. We were both very happy to be back safe and sound! I had a huge amount of road dirt covering me so a shower will be nice! Other than the biking incident it was a spectacular day with temps around 85. Thursday we drove down to Hungry Horse Reservoir where we took the road around the west edge until it turned to gravel. We then drove back to a little ...
Our ramble today was gentle and passed through country visited on our way north ten days ago. we had the pleasure of leaving the busy byways for a "rails to trails" bikeway for ten miles. Beyond that we had a short ride of 45 miles so I took that as an opportunity to view the wildlife near the Bigfork River. I chanced on a raptor's nest high on a platform and could see two adults and a young ...
... at Goodwill. We said our goodbyes yesterday and headed to Spokane. Thought I could make it all the way to Whitefish, but decided a stop in Spokane was best. So glad we did....what a wonderful evening Gavin and I had. Stayed close to downtown and they had a great walking path on the Spokane River that winds through town. We ate dinner sitting outside and enjoying view of falls in the river. We took the northern route through the mountains ...
... After buying a couple of souvenirs, we headed back "home" to West Glacier KOA and are in for the evening. Right now we are planning to head for Banff, Alberta, Canada in the morning. (think that I said Banff was in British Columbia yesterday...oops!) If you don't hear from us for a few days don't worry. If we stay in the National Park there, which we hope to do, there will very likely be no WIFI and our phone plan does not work ...
We drove the Going-to-the-Sun Highway at 6 a.m. this morning to avoid the crowds. The highway is an engineering marvel completed in 1932. Carved out of the side of mountains, this spectacular highway rises to 6646 feet at Logan Pass. We arrived at the pass by 7 am with only a few other people present as we began our hike to Hidden Lake.
Along the way we ...