Polebridge Mercantile & Bakery
The North Fork is a fabled remote place with just a few mid-century luxuries, like two saloons, BBQ, gourmet pizza and world-famous huckleberry bear claws. Here, the North Fork of the Flathead River flows from Canada through a protected watershed 84 miles to its confluence with the Middle Fork of…
Amazing baked goods and lunch items! They also have a small selection or daily necessity items and souvenirs.
Polebridge Mercantile and Bakery is a must see! Located north of us, up The North Fork Road, you wont regret this half-day trip. Stop by the mercantile and get some huckleberry pastries, coffee, and some sandwiches and continue into the park to see Bowman and Kintla Lake!
The drive to Polebridge serves up beautiful views of Glacier Park and the North Fork of the Flathead River. There’s a quaint bakery that is a must-try!
Cutest drive to a. remote town that is on the edge of Glacier Park near the Canadian Border. Go up and enjoy lunch outside and listen to live music at the restaurant during the summer. Kids can play on the playground and you can get a good sand volleyball game going. Don't forget a huckleberry bear…
“Great bar food at this icon. The Roost has been a part of the canyon for years. It may look rough from the outside, but the service is friendly, the beer is cold and the chicken fingers are the best in the canyon!”
“Only two miles from home you'll find this. My favorite is the water bumper boats!”
“Montana Coffee Traders expanded to the east side of the valley in 2004 when it re-opened the old Pines Café doors in Columbia Falls, offering a full breakfast and lunch menu. Sit and stay awhile or take away our brown-bag “Hiker” to nearby Glacier National Park. ”
“The Nite Owl restaurant was purchased by Steve Marquesen in 1979. When our family took over The Nite Owl was just a small hometown cafe. Today we have the same good home cooking in the Nite Owl, with a friendly atmosphere. Over the years we have added a casino with 20 poker and keno machines. In 1984 we started the Back Room, we specialize in BBQ ribs, chicken, pizza and assorted salads. Today the Nite Owl is still a family run business. We are locally owned and operated and if you stop in you will still see Steve working away with his Partners Jay and Jana!”
“~4.5 miles and 730 feet of elevation gain. The trail can be very busy and a parking spot can be difficult to obtain so I recommend going early or later in the day. ”