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North Fork Hostel & Inn and Square Peg Ranch

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Located in the North Fork Valley just west of Glacier National Park, the North Fork Hostel offers guests a choice of accommodations in an old-fashioned, old world atmosphere. It's a place to get away, relax, meet new friends and enjoy the beauty of Glacier National Park and the Flathead National Forest.

Propane lights brighten your nights (there's no electricity in Polebridge). Although the area is off the power grid, the hostel has a solar system to recharge digital camera batteries and access WiFi during the power hour. A propane cooking range and refrigerators are available to make your food preparation easier after you have spent an exciting day exploring the area.

Visitors from all around the world enjoy our facilities. It is not uncommon to begin your day by having a fascinating conversation with travelers from other countries while enjoying your morning coffee.

All guests may use the amenities of the hostel. These include a living room, shower, and kitchen and refrigerator facilities.

Your friendly hostelmeister is Oliver. He has traveled the world extensively and understands hosteller's needs. He is fluent in English, German. You can make reservations online, by email or give Oliver a call at the hostel.
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Street Address
80 Beaver Drive
Polebridge, MT 59928 Get directions
Phone
Alternate Phone
Mailing Address
80 Beaver Drive
Polebridge, MT 59928
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Season
5/15 - 9/15
Hours
Check-in between 5 and 10pm Check-out before 10:00am
Payment Methods
American Express, Cash, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks, Visa
Reservations
Group Reservations Required, Late Cancellation Fee, Reservations Accepted, Reservations Recommended, Walk-Ins Welcome

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Special Directions

North Fork Hostel & Inn and Square Peg Ranch is 28 miles from West Glacier using Camas Road (except when the Park is snowed in for the winter), which avoids a rough section of the North Fork Road. The road north of Columbia Falls to Polebridge is route 486 (about 35 miles), which is a gravel road with sections of pavement.