Posts Tagged ‘four season’
September 25th, 2015 by teresa
September 22nd, 2015 by teresa
Don’t let the sun set on your Montana vacation dreams. Summer may be over for this year, but Fall is just spectacular here with brisk mornings, warm days and the changing colors of the foliage all around. The snow caps are back on the mountain peaks and the paths and trails are quiet and peaceful. Photography opportunities are plentiful and wildlife sightings more frequent as the crowds dissipate.
December 17th, 2014 by teresa
Stay in our traditional mountain lodge and enjoy your evenings with a glass of wine in front of a roaring fire. Curl up on our overstuffed leather furniture and soak up the classic ambiance of the original stone fireplace and lodgepole pine beams before retiring to your room for a great night’s sleep. Tastefully renovated in 2013 to retain the original charm of our 100 year old lodge, each of our four lodge rooms have an attached bath and enjoy 24 hour access to the lodge Great Room. Lodge rooms also provides the modern amenities you expect such as wifi, satellite tv and ipod docks for your convenience and comfort.
Get your morning coffee from our espresso bar before heading out to greet the sunrise. Enjoy spectacular views of Glacier National Park by snowmobile with an exclusive 10% off snowmobile rentals and explore our backyard with miles and miles of groomed trails and unspoilt snowy scenery. Slow it down for an alternative perspective with free snowshoe rental for two and experience the stillness of Glacier National Park in Winter.
The Winter resort of Whitefish is located 25 minutes away by car where Whitefish Mountain Resort provides the finest powder and crowd-free slopes for the avid downhill skier and beginners alike with plenty of places to eat and drink along with boutique shopping. Blacktail Mountain is located 35 minutes away providing outstanding views over Flathead Lake and a family atmosphere for further skiing opportunities.
Come and enjoy our Winter Wonderland experience and taste Montana mountain living at its finest. Book today for great low rates and discounted activities.
February 28th, 2014 by teresa
Our facility is fully insulated and equipped to provide you with comfortable Glacier National Park lodging year round. Choose from traditional mountain living in our recently refurbished lodge or cozy up in one of our private cabins. All our guests can enjoy specialty coffee from our espresso bar and have access to the great room in the lodge to relax, warm up by the fireplace or browse our selection of gifts and guidebooks.
The Winter months in the gateway to glacier provide a range of ways to experience a true winter wonderland, and at the lodge our staff are trained to ensure you make the most of your vacation here with us.
For those new to winter sports, or seeking a quiet retreat to fully appreciate the stillness and beauty of Winter in Glacier, you can hire snowshoes from our front desk, hike out to the Beaver Ponds behind our property, or take a free ranger-led snowshoe excursion into Glacier National Park.
Got your own equipment? There are many miles of groomed trails in the area, including the Flathead National Forest right outside our back door! Ask our staff for the most up-to-date information on weather conditions and trails suitable for your needs.
Somewhere in between starting out and Winter Olympic standard?! Why not visit with Glacier Adventure Guides for an expert guided tour tailored specifically to your needs, desires and abilities? Guests of the Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins receive discounted rates on all their packages and we can guarantee you will make memories that will last a lifetime.
With changing weather patterns throughout the USA and beyond bringing chaos to many, we can provide a safe haven fully equipped for any weather conditions. Enjoy what this winter throws at us and book your winter vacation in Northwest Montana today!
November 28th, 2013 by teresa
There are approximately 200 miles of groomed trails and nearly 2000 miles of National Forest Service roads to take you through our snowmobiling winter wonderland! Enjoy pristine alpine forests, breathtaking ridges and powder-filled bowls.
Take your snowmobile direct from the lodge or trailer up to one of the many local trailheads or lakes. Regardless of the type of riding you’re looking for, the Flathead Valley has the right place for your pleasure. From relaxed trail rides to extreme riding this area is surrounded with opportunities for adventure (see Flathead Snowmobile Association for more details of facilities in our area).
For some outstanding snowmobile experiences check out te following tried and tested routes:
Canyon Creek Snowmobiling
Located on the North Fork of the Flathead River Drainage, the Canyon Creek trail accesses more than 80 miles of groomed trail and abundant mountain riding. The trailhead starts five miles north of Columbia Falls on F.S. road 316. The trail leads to Whitefish Mountain Resort on Big Mountain where you can take a break at the Summit House. Another option is to continue past Big Mountain to Upper Whitefish Lake or go to Kimmerly Basin, a great place for some snow play along the route.
Desert Mountain Snowmobiling
Known as one of the most spectacular trails in Northwest Montana (and the closest to our Glacier National Park Cabin Rentals!), the Desert Mountain trail allows access to the summit of Desert Mountain overlooking Glacier National Park, Hungry Horse Reservoir and the Great Bear Wilderness. From this trailhead you may also ride an ungroomed trail along the east shore of Hungry Horse Reservoir, great for wilderness scenery and hill climbing. About 35 miles.
Olney/Red Meadow Snowmobiling
Close to Whitefish and just off Hwy. 93, the Olney trail travels through open-field play terrain. The groomed trail connects to Upper Whitefish Lake trail and Stryker trail. This is one of the largest loops you can take in one day. The route winds up from Olney over Werner Peak at 7100 ft. This trail will also lead you to Whitefish Mountain Resort and down to the Canyon Creek trailhead in Columbia Falls.
Upper Whitefish Lake Snowmobiling
This trail connects to the trails from Olney and Mount Marston. This is a 50 mile tour through the deep woods of the Whitefish Mountain Range. Upper Whitefish Lake offers groomed trails as well as unlimited mountain climbing and play in open meadows. It takes about 1 hour to get to Upper Whitefish Lake from the Upper Whitefish Lake trailhead or take the groomed trail to the East and head up to Werner Park.
Crane Mountain Snowmobiling
Just outside Bigfork, you’ll find 38 miles of groomed trail riding and unlimited play terrain in mountain meadows and old logging clear cuts. These trails offer views of Flathead Lake, the Swan Mountains and the Mission Mountains. More than 100 miles of ungroomed logging roads. Reach the Crane Mountain trail system from Hwy. 209, six miles south of Bigfork, or from Hwy. 83, two miles south of Swan Lake.
October 17th, 2013 by teresa
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 skiing, snowshoeing,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!
October 11th, 2013 by teresa
We love our Unit Cabins! Traditional, motel style units with a touch of Glacier National Park, our unit cabins are located at the front of our property in two four-plexes either side of the lodge. Log exteriors with parking situated in front of shared decks/walkways, these cabins face the evening sun as it sets between the twin peaks of Teakettle and Columbia Mountains and offer cozy, comfortable accommodation for 2-4 guests visiting the Glacier National Park area.
Single Unit Cabins feature one queen bed, a private bath, a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave and coffee making facilities. Double Unit Cabins have an additional queen bed. All cabins have satellite tv and wifi included and housekeeping is provided daily as standard.
These cabins are also available for long-term rentals October-April at reduced weekly and monthly rates. We have one unit cabin left for 2013/14 season!
Attention to detail, such as original light fittings as designed by the owner who built the cabins, handcrafted log furniture and decor designed to reflect the beauty of the natural area will ensure you feel right at home.
Join us in the lodge for a coffee from our espresso bar, warm your toes by our fireplace after exploring the local area or rent a bike from us and get some mountain air in your lungs!
We’ll do all we can to ensure your stay is a great one. Book today to ensure availability.
September 13th, 2013 by teresa
Individual log cabins in a forest setting available to rent October – April. Property backs onto the Flathead National Forest with opportunities for hiking, fishing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Facility is plowed throughout the winter months and is conveniently located off US Highway 2. 10 mins to Columbia Falls, 10mins to the West Entrance of Glacier National Park.
Studio size through to two bed units with private decks available. Cabins are fully furnished with private bathrooms, fully-equipped kitchens, satellite tv and wireless internet connection. Even linen service and housekeeping are available on request.
All that’s missing is you ! Come home to your Winter mountain retreat.
September 6th, 2013 by teresa
Looking for a winter mountain retreat? Relocating and need lodging while you search for your perfect home? Our cabins are available for long-term rental on a monthly basis from October 1st through April 30th for prices starting at $500 including utilities. All cabin types available from one bed unit cabins with private bath, refrigerator and microwave through to our new studio cabins with full sized, fully equipped kitchen to our largest, two bedroom cabins. Whatever your needs, you can rest assured that we have a cabin available at rates to suit. Linen and laundry are available at extra cost, our facility is plowed through the snow season and we are located right on Highway 2 for easy access. Don’t forget, our backyard is the Flathead National Forest with groomed trails that provide awesome opportunities for snow shoes, xc ski and snowmobiling.
Contact us on 877-387-4420 to get up-to-date info on rates and availability.
August 17th, 2013 by teresa
Whilst shortening days and cooler temperatures see many of the facilities in and around Glacier National Park beginning to close for the season, there is still plenty to do and see. The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins stays open year round to enable visitors to our area to enjoy Glacier National Park through all four seasons. Each season has its own particular beauty and Fall is no different. Low water leads to mirror-like lakes reflecting the beautiful colors of the changing foliage creating fantastic opportunities for photographers.
Cooler, autumnal temperatures and fewer visitors make for excellent hiking and biking on the trails in and around Glacier and the Hungry Horse Reservoir, and hunters can find opportunities with local outfitters throughout the season.
Our Espresso Bar and Gift Shop will stay open, offering visitors and passers-by the opportunity to enjoy the history of the lodge. Relax in the Great Room and enjoy a latte or cappuchino while you warm your toes by the fire. Catch up on emails with our free wifi, or browse our Gift Shop for that perfect treasure to remind you of your stay.
We think Fall is the best time to visit the mountains of Glacier Country and we look forward to welcoming you to your Fall home away from home.
Book your stay today and take advantage of our low seasonal rates (our cabins are also available for long term rental from October-April).