We stayed for two nights to explore a bit of Glacier National Park on snowshoes. Our lodge room was very clean and had a microwave, fridge, and coffeemaker, so we were able to prepare our own breakfasts and pack lunches for the day. The front desk clerk, Tiana, was very considerate and made several phone calls to (successfully) resolve a television reception problem (our stay was at the mid-point of the Winter Olympics). We appreciated her efforts.
If you visit the park in winter, consider the free range-led snowshoe treks on weekends. The approximately 1-1/2 hour outing is great for beginners and families as the trip is mostly on level ground and the rangers are experts on native wildlife. We went beyond that and did a great 5-1/2 mile snowshoe trip to the waterfall above Lake McDonald. Most park roads are closed in winter and accessible only by ski or snowshoe.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking