Bigfork Mountain Lake Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The staff I've met so far are lovely and lots of fun, as are the other guests (there are only two others at the moment, as this is their quiet time of year). We went for a ride this afternoon through the forest and meadows…I think next time I'll need to take the advice of Deb (the manager’s wife) and wear two pairs of gloves!! It was absolutely gorgeous but in the shade it would have been about -15 degrees and that is COLD ...
Our Saturday day trip took us to the town of Bigfork, which was about a 45 minute drive south from our "base" outside of Glacier National Park. Bigfork is a picturesque and charming small town. It has art galleries, fine restaurants, a 27-hole golf course, ...
... and Josephine Lake in the foreground. The drive was so long we didn't have time for hiking. But very glad we went to see that side of the park. Today the road led us to Polebridge. This area of the west park was suggested by our host at the RV park with the temptation of a bakery. You had Pete at bakery. This place is off the grid in the middle of nowhere! It's on a Jeep road and not a lot of tourists. ...
... finally made it to the park and ended up camping on the hiker/biker site because the camp was full. It all turned out alright and our camp mates were amazed at the route we traversed. Thoughts while pedaling: How can I think when my brain is being jared loose on all of these washboards! Stats: Distance: 83 miles (20+ on gravel) Ride Time: 7:00 Real Time: 10:30 Vertical Feet: 2500 ...
... our Cdn dollars. If you look on the map, we will be following Hwy #2 all the way east, until the Great Lakes. It runs just south of and parallel to the border – the more scenic route. Idaho is very narrow at its northern tip, so we soon crossed over into Montana. The closer we get to the Glacier Park, the more green/blue the rivers are becoming, similar to the waters of Lake Louise.
We stopped at a RV repair ...