Grouse Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Grouse Mountain Lodge Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... Logan Pass (6,646ft) and I thought the Amalfi Coastal road was narrow - and to paraphrase ex football Manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, there were a few squeaky bum moments on ascent and descent. We did manage to snatch bits of scenery and glimpses of wildlife along the way, including the Jackson Glacier (the only one visible on the road) and a Grizzly Bear (there was a convoy of traffic parked up with telescopes and binoculars) a guy pointed it out ...
... my stuff; talk to an Argentinian pilot who has just been to Oshkosh; we had fun with our limited ability to speak to each other Bundled down with my heavy pack I see the lights of the hotel across the street; it is dark, but warm I go to the door where my key is taped; am greeted by an elderly woman in her flannel pajamas; my room is quite nice. A bed and a shower! Whoo hoo! Thank you, Lord! What an awesome ...
... train was supposed to leave the station at 9:16. It ended up arriving at 11. We got on, didn't get the nice seat that we had had before, but one that was facing another one. This was good, because Grandpa was able to put his feet up on the seat in front of him. We displaced a younger guy, but I've stopped feeling bad about it because it is more important that Grandpa stays healthy. Sidebar 1 Apparently, these mountain ...
... with only jelly, ice cream, a pie, cordial and a fridge magnet - could have been worse, but think we got the full experience! Slightly smaller than blueberries, far sweeter, and north Montana is the only place they grow wild, they are rather a delicacy up here right now and it is one reason why this evening's campground is full of grizzlies - they love them too! We headed west into Glacier from there, dropped into ...
... views instead of watch the road. I was able to take some photos as we drove along the road.
After the tour and a nice late lunch, I decided to take a 3rd boat tour. This tour was of Lake McDonald. The lake is 10 miles long and over 450 feet deep. Like all the glacier made lakes, it is shaped like a bathtub. The views from the middle of the lake are always interesting.
I learned that ...