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Glacier National Park Events | Cabin Fever Days 2014

January 25th, 2014 by teresa

Historic Tamarack Lodge West Glacier National Park CabinsIts getting to that time of year again when both locals and visitors can enjoy a weekend of fun at our local Cabin Fever Days event.  Run by the Trapline association to benefit local charities such as Headstart, the food bank and Quick Response Unit, its a great way to support our community whilst kicking back and enjoying canyon hospitality.  From the famous barstool racing to hog roasts and live music there’s something for everyone to enjoy, and with family-friendly activities such as cupcake walks and magic shows the kids can join in too!

Choose to stay at the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins and enjoy the classic ambiance of Glacier National Park lodging with modern amenities such as daily housekeeping and satellite tv.  You’ll already be at the centre of the action with all the activity venues within easy reach, but why not take advantage of our spectacular location and explore a bit further afield? Entry to Glacier National Park will be FREE for President’s Day weekend and guests of the Historic Tamarack Lodge get a great discount on local activities including guided snowshoeing and snowmobiling and you can also rent snowshoes right at the lodge itself.

Our espresso bar will be open and serving our special Montana Coffee Traders Tamarack Blend and we will be serving breakfasts, hot burritos and a selection of pastries.  We are on the free shuttle route between parking spots and activity venues!!  So why not come in and enjoy the ambiance of our 100 yr old lodge, surf the internet with our free wifi, and take a break from the hustle and bustle in front of our cozy log fire?  Our gift shop will be offering locally made souvenirs at discounted prices.  Pick up a bargain to remind you of your stay, or send something home to a loved one to entice them to come enjoy the fun!

Our staff are on hand to ensure your stay exceeds your expectations and to welcome you to Cabin Fever Days 2014.  See you on the hill!

Glacier National Park Lodging

January 16th, 2014 by teresa

Glacier National Park lodge and cabins

Glacier National Park lodge and cabins

The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins is located only 8 miles from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park.  We offer a range of lodging choices including: newly refurbished lodge rooms located on the upper level of our 100 year old Glacier National Park lodge; practical and cost-effective motel-style unit cabin; and full-size private cabins.  If you are looking for a Glacier National Park experience full of the ambience of true mountain living with the added benefits of modern amenities such as daily housekeeping, wifi, and satellite tv we can help!

All our accommodations have been carefully designed for our guest’s comfort and satisfaction whatever the season.  We pride ourselves on our hospitality and on providing attention to detail such as ceiling fans, locally crafted furniture, and iPod docks.  Outside we provide grills and picnic areas with features such as an outdoor pavilion, fire pit and horseshoes.  Our property is designed for convenient parking that does not disturb your enjoyment of our backyard and wider environment.

We work with local outfitters to give our guests quality local activities throughout the year at discount prices.  Choose from whitewater rafting, fishing and horseback riding in the summer months, or snowmobiling, snowshoeing and xc skiing in the winter.

Whatever your ideal Glacier National Park adventure, we can provide you with a comfortable and convenient base camp for making memories that last a lifetime.

Check availability and book today to secure your choice of lodging and great rates!

Glacier National Park Lodging

January 9th, 2014 by teresa

Historic Tamarack Lodge CabinsOur 100 year old lodge has been welcoming visitors to the area for generations.  Its original lodgepole pine architecture is full of the ambiance of the mountain community in which it resides and we pride ourselves on mirroring its history in the hospitality we offer to our guests.

Choose to stay in one of our lodge rooms for your Glacier National Park 2014 vacation and experience for yourself the classic ambiance of mountain living with the modern amenities we provide for your comfort and convenience.

Our four lodge rooms sleep from 2-5 guests and enjoy private allocated parking, a separate entrance and 24 hour access to the lodge Great Room with its working stone fireplace, over-stuffed furniture and Glacier National Park decor.

Each room has its own attached bath, satellite tv, and iPod dock.  Sound insulation ensures a peaceful night’s sleep, and our daily housekeeping service provides ample stock of fluffy white towels.

Check availability and book today to make your Glacier National Park adventure the trip of a lifetime.

 

 

 

Glacier National Park Lodging – Seasonal Positions

December 29th, 2013 by teresa

300x218The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins provides traditional Glacier National Park Lodge Room accommodation and private cabin rental only 8 miles from Glacier National Park.  We pride ourselves on our hospitality and provide daily housekeeping and quality guest service to ensure all our guests are welcomed as family to our area in the Flathead Valley of Montana.

We are now hiring for the Summer 2014 season.  Do you have experience in the lodging industry and are ready, willing and able to give our guests the vacation of a lifetime?

Send us your resume or call by for an informal chat.

 

Restaurateur

Outstanding opportunity for qualified chef/restaurateur looking to take on seasonal restaurant lease at lodging facility near Glacier National Park.  Fully equipped kitchen and restaurant area.  Prime location on US Highway 2, 8 miles west of Glacier National Park.  Email on marketing@historictamaracklodge.com or call 406-387-4420 for an informal chat and further info.

Receptionist (Seasonal, May 1st thru September 30th, 30-40 hours per week)

We pride ourselves on our hospitality and standard of service.  Our goal is to make each individual guest feel right at home.  Our Front Desk staff meet and greet all our guests at point of booking and welcome them to the lodge at check in.  If you think you have what it takes to provide our guests with an outstanding vacation experience and you fit the profile below, give us a call and we’ll tell you more and take your details!

Duties to include:

  • handling guest enquiries on phone and face-to-face
  • taking bookings using our computerised reservation system
  • general office duties
  • check in/check out

The ideal candidate must have:

  • 2 years computer experience
  • 1 year Quickbooks experience
  • a High School Diploma or GED
  • excellent multi-tasking skills
  • excellent customer service skills (in person and over the telephone)
  • experience of working in a busy, high stress environment (preferred not essential)
  • good knowledge of Glacier National Park and surrounding area (preferred, but training will be given)

This position is seasonal, May 1 thru September 30 at 30-40 hours per week. Wage dependent on experience.

Housekeeping (Seasonal, May 1st thru September 30th, 30-40 hours per week)

Have you seen our tripadvisor reviews commenting on the cleanliness of our cabins?  Do you take a pride in your work and pay attention to detail? If so, we need YOU to help our guests feel able to relax and enjoy their vacation. As one of our stellar housekeeping team you will be part of a team responsible for the cleanliness of all cabins/rooms on a daily basis.

The ideal candidate for this position must:

  • be able to lift 50lbs and be able to stand for up to 10 hours
  • have one year housekeeping experience (preferred, but willing to train the right person)
  • be a team player
  • be willing to take a flexible approach to hours/scheduling

This is a seasonal position, May 1 thru September 30 at 30-40 hours per week. Wage dependent on experience.

Barista/Housekeeper (Seasonal, May 1st thru September 30th, 30-40 hours per week)

We are looking for an exceptional person to take on a dual role involving providing a barista service in our new coffee shop and also providing housekeeping support.

Responsibilities include:

  • continental breakfast
  • food and beverage preparation
  • making espresso coffee drinks
  • housekeeping duties as required

Ideal candidate must:

  • be able to lift 50lbs
  • be able to work on own initiative and as part of a team
  • have good written and verbal communication skills
  • have excellent customer service skills
  • have a year’s housekeeping experience (preferred but not essential)
  • have barista/food service experience (preferred, but training will be given)

This position is seasonal, May 1 thru September 30 at 30-40 hours per week. Wage dependent on experience.

Maintenance Person

Part-time, seasonal position for experienced person to help keep the lodge looking good and running smoothly!

We take the security and well being of our guests VERY seriously and all applicants should be prepared to have a full criminal background check performed.  Also note: we are a drug-free facility.

Sled and stay from $17

December 12th, 2013 by teresa

Great savings on Montana snowmobile vacations

Great savings on Montana snowmobile vacations

Make great savings on winter accommodation when you book a sled and stay package with the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins and Swan Mountain Snowmobiling.

Get 10% off lodging and snowmobile rentals throughout the season and now for DECEMBER only get 20% off your lodging.

That’s lodging from as little as $17 per person per night (price calculated with 20% December discount on a party of six staying in a Family Cabin) and a half day guided snowmobile tour in the beautiful Flathead Valley for $94.50

Grab a great deal…shake away the Christmas crowds and book today!!

Small Business Saturday

November 29th, 2013 by teresa

Visit our website for your 10% discount

Visit our website for your 10% discount

 

The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins is family owned and operated and we are proud to support Small Business Saturday.  To celebrate, we are offering a 10% discount on all lodge room stays booked on Small Business Saturday, 11/30/2013.  Book a stay in our Grizzly Room, Moose Room, Deer Room or Bison Room between Nov 30th and April 30th and quote ‘sbs’ when making your booking to claim your discount.

Book today and support a Flathead Valley small business!

 

Montana Winter Wonderland

November 19th, 2013 by teresa

Glacier National Park Christmas Lodging

Enjoy a true winter wonderland in Glacier National Park!

Looking for that picture perfect winter wonderland experience?  Look no further!  In our little corner of the Rocky Mountains we have all the ingredients for you and yours to create memories of a lifetime.  Enjoy a hot cocoa in the lodge before starting your day.  Curling up in front of our original stone fireplace beneath the lodgepole pine architecture is the perfect way to plan your day with our selection of guidebooks and maps.

Sparkle on the slopes with two outstanding resorts each within 30 mins of the lodge.  Choose from Whitefish Mountain Resort, or take a spin out to Blacktail Mountain.

Skiing not your thing?  Rent snowshoes from the lodge and experience the silence and stillness of the trails in Glacier National Park or get some speed with a snowmobile ride through the Flathead National Forest.

Dine out at picturesque Bigfork (where the elves decorate for Christmas with style!), Whitefish or Columbia Falls.

No need to head into town for gifts – we have everything you need for that special souvenir in our on-site gift shop.

Don’t forget – returning guests get a 10% discount on future stays!

Book today and get great low winter rates plus activity discounts as an extra bonus.

Free entry to Glacier National Park

November 7th, 2013 by teresa

glacier national park cabins

Glacier National Park Cabin Rental

Book a stay in one of our year-round Glacier National Park cabins and enjoy free entry to the park.

Winter entrance fees to the park are in effect November 1 – April 30 each year.    The park’s winter entrance fee is $15 per vehicle and is valid for seven days.  The per-person winter entrance fee for a visitor traveling on foot or bicycle is $10 and is valid for seven days.  An annual Glacier National Park pass for unlimited access to the park for one year is available for $35.

Entrance fees to Glacier National Park will be waived Saturday through Monday, November 10-12, Veteran’s Day Weekend, in honor of those that serve and have served in the United States Military. 

Every season is a great time to visit, with spectacular scenery and an abundance of flora and fauna.  Our Lodge stays open year round providing premium service for our guests, an espresso bar and gift shop.

For additional information about Glacier National Park, visit the park’s website athttp://www.nps.gov/glac/index.  Visitors may also learn more about the park via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/GlacierNPS.

Winter in Glacier National Park

November 2nd, 2013 by teresa

 

Glacier National Park Snowshoeing

Snowshoeing and xc skiing in Northwest Montana

Book a stay with us during Winter 2013/14 and enjoy great seasonal rates, outfitter discounts and all the facilities of our four season Glacier National Park Lodge and Cabins.

All our accommodations are fully equipped to handle all season weather and our facility is plowed and maintained on a daily basis throughout the season.

Come in and enjoy a latte from our Espresso Bar in front of the Lodge fire, plan your day’s adventure with our collection of guide books and maps, and grab a high energy snack from our Gift Shop to keep you active on the trail.

Our staff are always on hand to help you plan your trip with local knowledge and first hand experience of the area.

All four seasons in Glacier National Park bring their own form of splendour, but there is nothing quite like the stillness of a snow-covered landscape.  Glacier National Park remains open throughout the Winter months for skiing and snowshoeing and provides many opportunities for experiencing outstanding scenery and fresh mountain air.

Ready to hit the trails?  Apgar Village and 11 miles of the Going-to-the-Sun Road are plowed throughout the season.  As always when planning an excursion into the Park, be prepared for changes in weather conditions and be sure you are fully equipped. For latest trail closures and conditions click here.

Bringing the kids along? Why not rent snowshoes from the lodge and join in on a Park Ranger-Led Snowshoe Walk?  These two hour walks are a great way to discover all about Park flora and fauna during the Winter months and are usually held on Saturdays and Sundays from January through March.

(Snowshoe rental is also available at the Apgar Visitor Center)

Be sure to tell us all about it when you return at the end of the day and ask us for advice on planning your next Glacier National Park adventure!  Want to make it an extended stay?  Our cabins are available for long-term rental Oct-April.

 

 

Glacier National Park Winter Vacations

October 17th, 2013 by teresa

Family ski vacations at the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins

Winter wonderland vacations at the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins

The Historic Tamarack Lodge is located minutes from many Montana winter activities that include acres of skiing at the Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, ample cross-country skiingsnowshoeing,snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice skating, dog sledding and miles upon miles of open terrain or groomed trails.

A visit to nearby Whitefish is a must for our Winter guests. Home to Glacier Country‘s Whitefish Mountain Resort, Whitefish is a short 30 minute drive away and offers a resort-feel without the crowds. The ski resort is family-friendly with unsurpassed views, miles of groomed slopes, fresh powder and an easygoing environment. Catering to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels, high-performance equipment, snowboards, telemark, cross-country, snowshoe, snow tube and snowmobile equipment is available. Full-service day care and lessons, as well as groomed cross-country trails are available at the resort.

We partner with Glacier Adventure Guides to bring you guided xc ski and snowshoe hikes withinGlacier National Park. Cross-country skiers can also enjoy several wilderness areas and national forests containing miles of groomed and unmaintained trails.

Snowshoes are available to rent from the lodge.  Take a hike to the Beaver Ponds behind our property to experience the silence and stillness of winter in our backyard.

Northwest Montana‘s recreation wonderland boasts miles of groomed snowmobile trails, and miles of U.S.D.A. Forest Service roads that lead to great hill climbing, powder play areas, wildlife viewing and spectacular ridge-top views of Glacier National Park and the Canadian Rockies. Canyon Creek to Big Mountain begins north of Columbia Falls and crosses Werner Peak to connect with the Olney Creek and Taylor Creek trails. Continuing north, the Graves Creek/Mount Marston trail system goes over the Whitefish Mountain Range to upper Whitefish and Red Meadow Lakes. Between Hungry Horse and the Great Bear Wilderness is the Desert Mountain area and south of Bigfork, between Flathead Lake and Swan Lake, are the Crane Mountain and Allard Areas.

Get a 10% discount off snowmobile rental on Desert Mountain, Crane Mountain and Canyon Creek.

The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins can arrange many adventures with services offered right at the lodge. Contact us to coordinate your activities or, just contact our partners directly below and tell them that the Historic Tamarack Lodge sent you to them.

Visit our Specials page and set up a package today!

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