6 Nights Lodging with
3 Boat Tours in different locations
We will supply you with a complete unstructured itinerary of the best places to see, maps, brochures, and our recommended restaurants in each area you visit.
Glacier National Park, the fourth largest National Park in the US is famous for its majestic alpine scenery, snow-crested peaks, gleaming lakes, sparkling waterfalls, and rich, green forests. It is an unspoiled scenic paradise, nestled within the Rocky Mountains of Montana in the United States. Nicknamed “The Crown Jewel of the Continent” and “Switzerland of North America,” Glacier National Park is comprised of 1.4 million acres of breathtaking beauty and is one of the oldest scenic wonders in the United States. Glacier boasts a thousand miles of trout streams, more than two hundred sparkling lakes, myriad of wild flowers and fifty living glaciers. Wildlife includes deer, elk, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, black and grizzly bears (to name a few) in their natural habitat. The famous Going-To-The-Sun Road, carved out of solid rock and completed in 1932, is approximately fifty miles long, bisecting the Park east and west. This breathtaking trip to the top of the Continental Divide is one of the most scenic in the world.
Three Nights at Lodges in Glacier National Park -
The main lodge is a great setting where guests are encouraged to enjoy the cozy, warm atmosphere created by the enormous rock fireplace in the main lodge or to just sit a spell on the back deck, watching the boat tours and the sun come and go.
As guests enter the Glacier Lodge, they pause with awe at the enormous Douglas Fir trees that surround its majestic lobby and realize why it is commonly called the “Big Tree Hotel.” This magnificent hotel, steeped in history and culture, is where guests can play a game of golf, take a swim in the outdoor, heated pool or enjoy nature trails on horseback. Many choose to relax and enjoy a good book or a game in the reading room, as they admire the mountain views and the glorious gardens at the lodge. After a memorable day, you can unwind and appreciate a hearty meal in the Steak and Rib House or a relaxing view of the sunset from one of the many decks or balconies.
Two Nights -
One of the most photographed hotels in the world, it literally stands above the rest. High on a bluff, this historic and stately hotel commands attention. Long before actually arriving at its doors, guests are in awe of this architectural wonder. And once you have made your grand entrance, you are quickly drawn to the immense picture windows in the lobby that enable you to behold the majestic views. True to its British tradition, guests are frequently greeted by gentlemen in kilts ready to assist them with their luggage or escort them to a traditional afternoon tea in Valerie’s tea room. Whether dining in the Royal Stewart Dining Room or relaxing in the Windsor Lounge, you are sure to enjoy the royal treatment you will receive as a guest of this majestic lodge. A day of shopping is a must, as you will find many wonderful shops as well. And located just minutes from the hotel, are a variety of activities, such as; golf, boat tours, horseback riding and hiking.
One Night =
An idyllic setting full of amenities and just a short stroll from the restaurants, galleries and shops that have made the Village one of the Northwest’s premier destinations. A unique Montana resort, overlooking Flathead Lake. Offering the discerning few an opportunity to leave the world behind. The poolside Tiki Bar offers tasty snacks, festive drinks and live music during the evening hours.
Also Includes Guided horseback trip on maintained trails and
Tickets to the Live Playhouse Performance!
During your vacation, you will experience a world like no other. A visual playground with thunderous waterfalls and fascinating wildlife.
Visit Montana….the attractions are endless.