The Grinnell Cabin is a quaint vacation property in Coram, Montana, that can sleep up to 5 people. This brand new vacation rental cabin structure has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and is located just 7 miles from the West entrance of Glacier National Park and along a bike trail, offering the best of northern Montana.
The cabin contains two bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as rustic design. You’ll be within walking distance to Coram, 19 miles from Whitefish, and minutes from Hungry Horse Reservoir and Flathead Lake for fishing, boating, and swimming. You’ll never be bored with Whitefish Mountain Resort and the Middle Fork Flathead River nearby.
You may walk to eateries, enjoy the common fire pit, and watch Roku TV during your vacation stay. This cabin vacation rental is perfect for a small family who enjoys being outside. Within minutes of Glacier National Park, the Grinnell Cabin provides all of the necessities of home. A queen-sized bed can be found in bedroom one, while another queen-sized bed can be found in bedroom two.
Two folding peds provide additional sleeping space. The cabin has a furnished front porch, a gas grill, and a fire pit. This is a brand-new cabin with rustic decor, modern comforts, a flat-screen TV with Roku, and a dining table. A coffee maker, dishware, flatware, pots and pans, and other cooking basics are all included in the kitchen.
Depending on whatever portion of the park you visit, Glacier National Park is between 7 and 60 miles away. Iceberg Lake, Lake McDonald, Virginia Falls, the Middle Fork Flathead River, and Logan Pass are all worth seeing if you travel to Sun Road. Hidden Lake, Saint Mary Lake, Grinnell Glacier, Avalanche Lake Glacier Highline Treetop Walk (0.1 mile), the Amazing Fun Center (0.2 mile), Hungry Horse Reservoir (3.3 mile), Whitefish Mountain Resort (26.2 mile), and Flathead Lake are all worth a visit for outdoor enthusiasts (33.1 miles).
The Glacier Grille, Josephine’s Bar & Kitchen, Stonefly Lounge, Glacier Distilling Company, and Hungry Horse are all worth visiting during your holiday. It’s about 17.5 miles to Glacier Park International Airport.
Glacier National Park is a year-round wonderland with spectacular alpine vistas and vast valleys filled with ancient trees. You can climb through alpine meadows strewn with lichen-covered boulders, follow trails pioneered by famed Swiss mountain guides, or take a quiet stroll through moss-draped old-growth cedars. You can return to the cottage and unwind after a day of touring.
Glacier National Park, the country’s tenth national park, protects 1 million acres of glacier-carved peaks and valleys, beautiful blue lakes and streams, and deep ancient forests for everyone to enjoy. The park’s mission was to promote peace and friendship between the United States and Canada. The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park was established in 1932 in Alberton, Canada, by combining Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks.
It crosses the Continental Divide, making it susceptible to harsh weather. Because the opposing Pacific and Arctic airs collide at the Divide, a dramatic weather battle occurs. If you’re going to the park for the day, remember to bring rain gear and additional clothing.
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