We made an impromptu trip to Glacier National Park in lafe August 2020. We found The Way Less Traveled. It is off the beaten path - miles of unpaved roads but if you are looking for peace and quiet with breathtaking views this is the place to be. and just 4 miles north of the property you can even take a photo @ the Canadian border. The property is utterly stunning. Right past the treeline are the beautiful and majestic Rockies. You cannot find these views in the city. Wildlife will wonder right upon the property. We stayed in the Lewis and Clark room. It was spacious with a reading nook which my wife enjoyed and a private balcony for star gazing and wildlife viewing. Our host were so hospitable. They made us comfortable and were more than accommodating to our needs going above and beyond. And if you are a dog person make sure you meet Storm. He was a super nice dog. The glaze on the blueberry/huckleberry pancakes still makes my mouth water and the strawberries and cream were delicious too. Don't let the fact that this property is off the grid deter you from coming here. With temps in the 30-40s we were very comfortable and the showers were still nice and hot!…
Hospitality like that of Nancy and Paul is uncommonly refreshing. Their home is lovely, the rooms are sparkling clean and private, and the Mountain views are breathtaking. If you really want to “get away from it all”, this is the place!!
We stayed with Paul and Nancy one night and felt totally at home. They are consummate hosts. The Inn is beautiful and maintained with love. It couldn’t have been any cleaner. We saw hummingbirds and a grizzly bear. It is worth the drive.
We spent 3 nights here, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Paul and Nancy are very considerate hosts, and we very much enjoyed talking with them. The house is beautiful, spacious, clean, quiet, warm and comfortable. The breakfasts are as good as any place we have ever stayed. In fact, we recommend you just plan on a couple of hours every morning for coffee, food, scenery and visiting. The drive into town or to the busy section of the park is long and rough, but it is perfect for exploring the northwest section of the park through the Polebridge entrance.
We have been visiting Paul and Nancy at The Way Less Traveled for 20 years. Our family has had made so many precious memories at this beautiful B&B. There is no better place for you to unplug from technical and recharge your soul. The scenery is breathtaking, the food is phenomenal, and the conversation is never dull! Our kids cherish the times we have spent here and we were fortunate enough to bring our almost 90 year old Mom with us this year! She enjoyed a beautiful walk and witnessed a moose visit. Thanks Paul and Nancy for the memories - our adventures with you will never be forgotten!