Loon's Echo Resort

1 Fish Lake Road, Whitefish, Montana, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish

Driving, riding, driving, riding

A travel blog entry by matt-rach on Jul 13, 2013

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... her three little ones in tow. They were only about 2 ft long, 1 ft high - and very cute! A local told us it was rare to see them, so I am even more chuffed now. One thing I did notice was a huge grin from ear to ear as Matt flew down the side of the mountain. The best thing about heading out mountain biking with him is seeing him make jumps over the tiniest mounds, flicking the back of his bike around corners and powering up hills as if ...

A weekend in town!

A travel blog entry by billandteena on Jul 29, 2012

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... stickers on older trucks. Lots of buyers from Canada, just seven miles away. Not
a bad deal until the property taxes push the natives out. People here
make less than thirty-thousand per year and not many make that.

That takes care of Friday and Saturday,
except for the group of young men and women, forest fire fighters,
who came down to the river late Saturday afternoon. It didn't take
long to see they were not locals. Some were recent vets, ...

I need my head examined!

A travel blog entry by ginnie1517 on Jul 24, 2012

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... way I decided to go as far as I could. What was I thinking? The trail started out as a goat path. It was so steep it was more a climb then a hike. I made it thinking it will get easier. Not so, the path kept climbing and so did I. I made it one and half miles up the trail. I got some great shops of the Grinnell Lake. It was so beautiful. Of course I then had to go down the trail again. Not always so easy. I wasn't sure if my legs were going ...

Glacier National Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac on Jun 17, 2012

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... from there, we turned south, retraced our route to East Glacier, then across the bottom of the park to West Glacier, up that side as far as we were allowed. By this time the rain was everywhere& the forest looks like it gets heaps of moisture (west side of the divide), &  actually looks like rain forest, & our West Coast, except the mountains are far steeper & snow covered. Ended up in Whitefish for the night. Yummy dinner & the guys found a micro brewery after dinner, that stays open 'til ...

A few days and a lot of rain in Montana

A travel blog entry by cindi-glen on Sep 09, 2010

4 comments, 12 photos

... the way out, we could see it was a really cool place. Right on the river, with huge cliffs. (In fact, those cliffs we would have driven off if not careful!) I actually stepped out twice, once to get the camp envelope where you put your money (which was soaking wet) and once to guide him into the spot.
Glen just wondered how much of the drive we have been along side a river. We would guess at least 50%. If you said “within 1 mile of a river” I’ll be it’s ...

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