North Forty Resort
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- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews North Forty Resort Whitefish
Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... busy packing everything up while the girls continued to snooze in their sleeping bags. Eventually, we got everyone up and had breakfast. After the car was packed up, I went back down to the lake to give it another chance, but it was not to be. We left the lake at 9:15 headed for the eastern side of the park. We stopped one more time at the Polebridge Bakery for Huckleberry Bear Claw and some chocolate cookies.
... lake. We rented a duplex inside the park. It was a bit rustic, but in the one room, had two beds and a bathroom with a shower. This side is less populated and dryer than the west side. St. Mary lake is very beautiful and reflects the mountains all around.
The second day there, we took a guided boat ride and hike on the lake. We were lucky the day we went because there were only 12 people on our tour.
We stopped at a trailhead and walked the 3 ...
... by forests and cute holiday houses.
We seem to cover the miles pretty quickly with the roads in great condition, dual lane freeways the norm and even the back roads are good with 120km/hour speed limits helping. The car has been very comfortable and with fuel at $3.70 a gallon it makes filling up not so painful at the hip pocket. For a big car it also gets great fuel economy with 8 L per 100km being ...
... on McGregor Lake in the park to take a look and make the inevitable comparison to Pinecrest. The sites were small and mostly for tents and small tent trailer type campers. I am sure that there were motor homes somewhere but we did not see any. We noticed and remarked about how cool it was in the morning at Glacier. Campers were in jackets and some had fires going.
... a visit to the bar’s doorless restroom and an overdue game of ‘I have never’ later, we went home to bed.
On a night time trip to the restrooms, Alison and I found ourselves being stalked by a ‘wolf’, which may or may not have been a husky dog. Either way, we didn’t want to examine it too closely, and dived into our tent faster than we’d ever moved ...