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Giving thanks for our Canadian guests!

September 28th, 2011 by HTL

Canadian Thanksgiving celebrations take place on the second Monday of October. Declared a public holiday in 1937 to celebrate the ‘bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed,’ the three-day weekend is a great time to explore and appreciate Fall.

Situated a short drive to the province of Alberta (at the Piegan Border Crossing), and British Columbia (at the Roosville Border Crossing), we invite our Canadian guests to join us this Thanksgiving weekend and share their celebrations as they explore the beauty of our backyard.

We are located just eight miles from the West Entrance of Glacier National Park. Let the mountain air awaken your senses on one of the many hikes the park has to offer, or rent one of our mountain bikes and explore the Flathead National Forest.

Stay with us in the Lodge Room within our 100 year-old lodge, or rent a private cabin complete with full kitchen for an experience the whole family can enjoy.

We are proud of our excellent TripAdvisor rating and fully appreciate the wonderful comments left there by former guests. Take a look and see what others say about us!

Then..check our reservations page for availability and book today.

We look forward to welcoming you to our home!

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