Grouse Mountain Lodge

2 Fairway Drive, Whitefish, Montana, 59937, United States | 4 star resort
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Driving, riding, driving, riding

A travel blog entry by matt-rach

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We were anxious, pessimistic and on edge when we took off from the Walmart car park the day after Matt rebuilt our NEW carburetor, for the third time. In a 40 degree RV he took the entire things apart while I finished an entire book and started another one from my latest booty at the pawn shop (10 books for $5). We both decided that those feelings would ease the further we drove, and they did. Bessy is now running well and her wheels are ...

I need my head examined!

A travel blog entry by ginnie1517

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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 ...

Glaciar National Park

A travel blog entry by aushiro

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... There isn't a fence or any guards anywhere. It's the largest unguarded border in the world. It's an open field with the trees trimmed to show a line of grass. Every 10 years, both the US and Canada trim the trees and grass to keep the green line prominent. See the picture.
On the Canada side, we headed up to the Prince of Wales Hotel where we had tea time. This was the first time I've ever had tea time anywhere. The backdrop of the tea time ...

Glacier National Park

A travel blog entry by lizmac

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... it didn't look too great (middle of the Blackfeet Reservation), so carried on, to East Glacier, then to Two Medicine Lake, inside Glacier National Park. Absolutely beautiful spot, probably our nicest camp outlook yet.  The mountains across the lake, right where we were camped, are called Rising Wolf, Sinopah &  Pompey's  Pillar. Found out that the Going to the Sun Road did not open today, & won't be for at least another week. (That cold spell we had in Cody, dumped another 3 feet ...

Farewell Sweet Glacier. Farewell.

A travel blog entry by miketheamerican

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... together with bonds that required millions of years. Normally, we wouldn’t ever expect to see them either. They are formed deep under the ground, and unless something were to move them up to the top, that is where they would stay...
Young rocks are a different thing. Shale, only several million years old, is a fat, little baby of a rock - really, it is little more than mud. But, if a heavy enough blanket of earth forms on top of it, weighing it down evenly ...

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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent