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We spend many days camping, fishing and trekking in the National Forest. The Flathead forest is the best....but enviormental activists have hampered proper management and the forests have become overgrown and full of too much understory, which makes the forest venerable to wildfires and diseases....More
When I started this hike, It seemed that it must have been established by goats because it was so steep. But it had been a horse trail. It is only the first half mile that is steep, after that it is much more moderate. But...More
Great way to get away from the crowds at the national park. Plenty of good trails with varying distances and difficulties. Don't know how much damage the current fires there are doing. I recommend Stanton Lake hike which is about 4.5 miles round trip, moderate...More
Flathead National Forest encompasses a large territory adjacent to Glacier National Park. We enjoyed this beautiful place by taking a lift to the top of Whitefish Mountain (where there is a forest service nature center in the Summit Mountain House and opportunities to hike on...More
The Flathead National Forest contains some of the pristine lake, rivers & creeks anywhere in the world. The mountain sides are plush with foliage providing a wonderful habitat for animals and humans alike!
This is one opportunity you shouldn't miss! Whether you're cycling or driving your car, going up to the Hungry Horse Dam is an experience, We have always cycled, parking our van at the ranger station in Hungry Horse, and then cycling up the hill to...More
Flathead forest and lake are beautiful. We were told the lake is the largest lake west of the Mississippi. Unfortunately during our visit the smoke from the forest fires kept us from enjoying it to its fullest,
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I am not sure about dog friendly restaurants in Whitefish/Kalispell. Best bet would be to call whatever restaurant you might be interested in and check directly with them. As far as GNP with a dog, check with the park... More
I am not sure about dog friendly restaurants in Whitefish/Kalispell. Best bet would be to call whatever restaurant you might be interested in and check directly with them. As far as GNP with a dog, check with the park rangers. Remember there are bears and other wildlife active in the park which would view your dog as lunch or at least a threat. Better to be safe than sorry. I know from years ago when I stayed at Many Glacier Lodge, they had lots of bear spray and hiking bells to use/wear if one was thinking about hiking around the Lodge.