Lodge at Whitefish Lake
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
(did i ever mention how much i love my e-bike)
the flip side being the
10 mi cruise down :)
we savored the solitude ...
... while Chris and Zach went to St Mary’s town to get coffee but there were signs everywhere saying it was Grizzly country and I just didn’t want to hike it alone especially at peak bear activity time, 8:30am and with no bear spray. I chickened out.
Chris picked me up and we headed to the dock to buy tickets to do a boat cruise on the Saint Mary Lake. It was a 1 hour cruise on a small boat and was very good. The guide was very funny and informative. We had to go ...
... single agent doing the processing.
Arrived at the campground
and set up. We puttered around for
awhile and eventually went to the park visitor center at 5:58 with it closing
at 6. Got enough information that we
decided to take the park shuttle up to Logan Pass first thing in the morning.
Fixed dinner and enjoyed a
cool evening after a fun ...
... we slept in and did some reading before taking off for a ride. The ride took a few hours and took us through pine forest, densely forested gullies, overlooking lakes and chatting with the locals. The biggest highlight was a black bear mother and her three cubs. I came around a corner and Matt was telling me to be quiet, in front of us about 100ft away the mother hid behind a tree and her cubs followed. Not long after, she ran up the ...
... impressive none the less. The snow is still pretty thick up on the mountains and at the Logan Pass. The Going to the Sun Road only opened one week ago, so we lucked out there!
Oh, and one more sign: We went to a meat marked called:
PERFECT CUTS - We'll Meat All Your Needs! Apparently people in Montana have lots of time in the winter to think up these clever sayings!!
Enjoy Glacier National Park!
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet