Grouse Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... our timing on the Farmers' Market, the same could not be said of day 1 weather in GNP. The 'Going to the Sun Road', the only route across GNP (52 miles), was a complete misnomer; it was miserable day with intermittent rain and low lying cloud that was a bit of a shame as the road itself would have been spectacular with full visibility. That said, the weather didn't make the trip any less hairy; the road climbs steeply across the Continental ...
Today began early at 5:00 a.m. We left the Microtel Inn and Suties, which we stayed at on Saturday night, at 6:15 a.m. to catch our flight at 8:00 a.m. in the Philly airport. We boarded our flight on time only to have the captain tell us that a hydraulic part on the plane was broken and that we would have a 4 hour layover in Philadelphia while the part was flown in from Atalnta and then the plane would be fixed while on the tarmac......yea that sounds ...
... Whitefish is the cutest little town. I found a bookstore and ought an atlas so Grandpa could start planning our Oregon/California segment. We then went back to the state park and sat by Whitefish Lake as the temperature went down. It was still full light out at 9 when we returned our rental car at the train station, so we sat around and waited for the train to come. I've discovered that I'm really not too patient. Not ...
Today was an early start, I wanted to be at Many Glacier at least half an hour before the boat tour. I made it with plenty of time. This tour went around one lake then dropped us at a land bridge. We had to walk up and then down about 300 yds to the next lake. A boat took us to the another side were we could hike. I decided to go up towards the glacier. It wasn't possible to go to the glacier as they had had snow and at least 1.5 miles were ...
... towards the entrance of Glaciar National Park near Lake McDonald where we would be staying at the famous Lake McDonald Lodge.
The Lodge itself is one of the first/few buildings in the National Park and sits on the lakeshore. It's so peaceful here and amazingly it doesn't feel cramped at all like other National Parks (i.e. Yosemite). We leisurely spent a few days here going on Moose Patrol, short hikes, scenic drives, and a boat tour around ...