Four reasons to see Lake McDonald Lodge at Glacier National Park

There are 4 indisputable reasons to experience Lake McDonald Lodge at Glacier National Park. I had the opportunity to see it in July 2015 while traveling with G Adventures Tour Group.
  1. The Food. In the summertime the seasonal huckleberry is on the menu and it is a must-have. I had chicken salad – divine – and for desert, huckleberry ice cream alongside huckleberry pie

2. The architecture – according the the Glacier NPS website Lake McDonald Lodge was “Constructed in 1913-1914 to resemble a rustic hunting lodge with Swiss-influenced architecture, ” The lobby and dining room are spacious and spectacular — everything you imagine a National Park Lodge to be. The hallways rewind the clock to yesteryear

3. The Shoreline of Lake McDonald. At the entrance to Lake McDonald Lodge is the jaw-dropping presence of Lake McDonald and the scenic vistas of Glacier National Park. Experience God’s Grandeur at Lake McDonald. Boating. Kayaking. Shore-walking along the rocky coast make for a delightful day.

Beauty & Magesty
Experience God’s magnificent beauty and Grandeur at Glacier National Park’s Lake McDonald.
Lake McDonald, the largest lake in Glacier National Park,10 miles long

4. Location Lake McDonald Lodge is nestled along the famous Going to the Sun Road, one of America’s most scenic roadways.

July 2015
“Constructed in 1913-1914 to resemble a rustic hunting lodge with Swiss-influenced architecture,” Lake McDonald Loge is rich in history.

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