The room was comfortable, the food at Bear Claw restaurant was reasonably priced and delicious. The pool was huge but crowded. There is a diving pool that was fun. The real treasure of this hotel is the warm waterfall and natural pool at the back of the property. If you are into natural and rustic hot spring, not the warm swimming pools you find everywhere, this is the place for you. Management will discourage you but if you are intrepid, take a walk along the stream at the back of the property, between the hotel and the RV park, follow the trail and the stream and after about 15 minutes, you'll come across the hot waterfall. We went at 7AM and scrambled over the stream bank and up the other side and spent 1 hour just exploring this gorgeous place and soak in the warm, natural hot spring.
We also visited Lussier Hot Spring on our way to Whitefish. Lussier is also a super, natural hot spring. It is a series of 4 hot pools, each a different temperature. The pools are located next to a big river fed by melting glaciers. It was a lovely location, lots of butterflies flitting about as you soak in the pools. Bliss out!
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