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Hungry Horse, Montana

Hungry Horse, population about 900, is one of those small communities likely to be overlooked on the way to Glacier National Park, which lies just 10 miles to the east.  But it's worth a stop, either for a traveler's rest break or a place to spend the night prior to a full day in the park.  Worth checking out are the several roadside stands offering various concoctions made from native huckleberries.  The best are the huckleberry milk shakes that leave you wanting more.  

Web site: www.GoNorthwest.com/Montana/Northwest/Hungry-Horse/Hungry_Horse.htm

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Attractions

Hungry Horse Dam

Montana's tallest dam at 564 feet sits wedged in a narrow canyon four miles east of Hungry Horse. The dam blocks the South Fork of the Flathead River to make the 34-mile long Hungry Horse Reservoir. Free tours. Huckleberries are ripe for picking seasonally on both sides of the reservoir. 406.387.5241

 
Recreation

Flathead National Forest
406.387.3800 or www.fs.fed.us/r1/flathead
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Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park, the fourth largest National Park in the U.S. in the lower 48 states, is comprised of 1.4 million acres of breathtaking beauty and is one of the oldest scenic wonders in the United States. The famous Going-To-The-Sun Road, carved out of solid rock and completed in 1932, is approximately fifty miles long, bisecting the Park east and west. This breathtaking trip to the top of the Continental Divide is one of the most scenic in the world. www.NPS.gov/glac/

Hungry Horse Reservoir

The 34-mile long reservoir offers excellent fishing, boating, water skiing, and swimming.



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