No matter what your activity, bring your camera and binoculars. Wildlife is plentiful here. You might see deer, moose, elk, mountain lions, wolves, eagles or bears from the hostel windows. Only wolves have not been seen from the hostel windows yet.
Hike or backpack along Glacier’s Continental Divide or the forested trails of the Whitefish Range.
Ski Logan Pass in late June when Going-To-The-Sun Road opens. (Cross-country skis and boots may be rented at the hostel.)
Bicycle up from West Glacier on the inside park road to the hostel, then explore Polebridge and the surrounding area.
Canoe, raft, fish or swim the federally designated wild and scenic North Fork of the Flathead River (class I, II and III white water) or beautiful Kintla and Bowman Lakes.
Help with trail maintenance, go on a hike or attend one of the other activities sponsored by the North Fork Preservation Association.
(The hostel is open in winter. The Charlie Wise Homestead may also be rented by special arrangement.)
Ski or snowshoe in Glacier National Park to Big Prairie, Bowman Lake, Lone Pine Prairie, or along the North Fork of the Flathead River.