Grouse Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... some food, but it turned out they didn't. They did, however, have amazing beer and the first one I tried was a habanero-ginger blonde ale: despite having a slight kick, it was quite refreshing on this hot Montana day.
Even though the beer was very satisfying, I hadn't eaten in quite a bit, so I looked for a good lunch place. I found a quaint little sandwich shop in downtown Whitefish: they served me a delicious Southwest chicken ...
... I would like this hike.
There was a fast moving river/stream along side the trail and it had literally carved its way through the rocks. Pretty damn cool looking.
There were a lot of uphill sections along the way that really take the wind out of you if you are not in the best of shape. So needless to say, we had a lot of rest stops to take in the scenery.
The trail itself was ...
... tour. Passengers barely out numbered the crew, 4 passengers to 3 crew members. I will post a few pictures that I took during the hour long tour. After lunch we explored Camas Road until we reached the edge of the park. A ranger had told me that beyond the park the road is unpaved. Glacier National Park has a few glaciers and those that are still within the park are expected to be gone in about ...
... a really long time to spend in an airport. So since they have wi-fi at the airport I got online and found Delta's complaint department online and sent them an email about what happened. I figured it was better to get the ball rolling earlier rather than waiting until returning from vacation......supossing I ever got to Montana!
As we were waiting around one of the other passengers headed for Montana found out his baggage was sent to ...
... and off we went! A gorgeous sunny day to boot. A sustained climb awaited us as the first 5kms was all uphill, a 1000ft elevation gain, and a few spots for 'hike-a-bike'. The descent was a smooth, flowy, easy single track all the way back to Bessy. Because of the difficulty with camping (the fact that there wasn't much) we took off for another mountain town - Whitefish, another place recommended for its biking. We are currently camping ...