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!

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