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Glacier Snowflake

Glacier National Park Hotel

Photo by Gabriel Morrow, NPSOne of the best kept secrets about visiting Glacier Park is to stay in a hotel that is convenient to all of NW Montana’s attractions. Glacier is just one of the many attractions that bring millions of tourists here every year. The challenge every visitor faces when visiting our area is finding the best place to stay.

Glacier is a vast National Park and there are hundreds of things to do and see.  From beautiful forests and alpine meadows to hundreds of lakes and spectacular mountains, Glacier is a paradise for people seeking a wilderness adventure.  You can hike 700 miles of trails or just drive Going-to-the-Sun Road and enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery in the lower forty-eight.

Going-to-the-Sun Road

Enjoy a mountaintop drive of approximately 50 miles from the east and west entrances of the park. Depending upon how many stops you make along the way to visit the points of interests and view wildlife, the drive can take anywhere between two or more hours.  Logan Pass is located at top of the divide, 32 miles from the west entrance to the park.

Play in Glacier – Stay in Kalispell

Glacier Park Hotel in Kalispell

 

As with any popular vacation spot, finding lodging in or near the park is always a challenge. Many seasoned visitors to northwest Montana will tell you that the best hotel deals and most convenient option is to stay in Kalispell. Americas Best Value Inn is the perfect location because we are located in the heart of the action.

When you visit this area you will also want to see Flathead Lake, which is just a short drive south of our hotel. Whitefish and Blacktail ski resorts are also close by and both areas have activities year-round.

Make Kalispell your ‘Base Camp’ and be close to everything northwest Montana has to offer.

 

Pet Friendly Hotel in Kalispell

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