They don’t make ’em like they used to…

Comments off

During some Spring cleaning at Great Northern Resort, we found this old photograph. We love it! It is being framed as we speak. As a commercial outfitter we are not allowed to do this (the US Forest Service and our insurance company would not be amused!), but it would certainly be a very fun trip down the whitewater section of the Middle Fork of the Flathead […]

Glacier National Park and Great Northern Railway – a parallel history

The restored Red Caboose belonged to the Great Northern Railway
Resting at the top of the country a few miles from Canada, Glacier National Park stands quietly regal – known, but still pristine and largely untouched.  Its tacit splendor has been preserved and draws nearly 2 million visitors each year, though most of those stick close to the roads and hotels and relatively few venture deeper into the heart of the park.

It encompasses more than a million acres, includes two ranges of the Rocky Mountains, and is home to a breathtaking array of plants and animals. An estimated 300 Grizzly […]