Bridge Street Cottages

Address: 300 Bridge Street, Bigfork, Montana, 59911, United States | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 300 Bridge Street, Bigfork.
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    Travel Blogs from Bigfork

    Going to the Sun Highway

    A travel blog entry by rainermartens on Jul 20, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... 2 mile hike into St. Mary's Falls. They were . . . well see for yourself.

    On the east side of the continental divide it was sunny but when we reached Logan Pass (the divide) on our return it began to rain and remained drizzly all the way back to our cabin.

    It's supposed to be sunny tomorrow.
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    West Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by tbasler on Jun 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... of the way. The forest is 200-400 yr old growth Hemlock and Cedar trees, the oldest in Glacier. A young buck with velvet antlers about 6" long appeared right on the trail within 5 feet of us. He didn't appear to have any fear of people. The glacier lake is surrounded by massive mountain peaks covered with snow. The Speer Glacier provides melting water for powerful waterfalls cascading down the sides. We enjoyed our peanut butter ...

    Huckleberries, the new gold. RESEND 3 tries

    A travel blog entry by tricruiser on Aug 03, 2013

    7 comments, 3 photos

    ... has been around 50 years. The sign on the door says they will pay $30 a gallon for huckleberries. We had huckleberry ice cream cones. YUM! The sun is out. This is scenery is forest, not as diverse as yesterday. We travel by a series of lakes. We cross into. Montana and mountain time zone. We see a deer and a flock of turkeys....wow. We also saw a sign we do not recall ever having seen, it read: Cell phone pullout 1/4 mile. Novel idea. We begin to see the Rockies, but no snow ...

    Good bye big sky

    A travel blog entry by siegfriedfamily on Jul 19, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... lead us and found Glacier National Park, a short 40 minutes away. We drove to the little tourist town of Apgar where a beautiful, mountainous lake Scene unfolded. We rushed down to the water and noticed there was a shack to rent motor boats. Before we knew it we were on the water and what a sight to behold. The kids had a wonderful time, wind blowing in the hair as Giggles floated on the choppy waves. Then we were off to lunch and ...

    Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Sep 11, 2012

    142 photos

    ... at the top of the wide gorge. There are many hikes in Glacier but most are 8 miles or longer. The back side of the GTSR down from Logan Pass had a lot of construction because of repaving and was not nearly as spectacular scenery. This road ended at Lake MacDonald and the Apgar Visitor Center - the original and quite old western gateway. We proceeded on through West Glacier Montana and found a very nice KOA to spend the ...