The fundamental question is whether you view food as fuel or a reward. Or, maybe it is … how do you prefer your huckleberry? Do you prefer it on breakfast items such as pancakes or French toast or perhaps as a glaze on buffalo meatballs? Either way, a meal at Glacier Highland pairs nicely with a hike in the nearby Glacier National Park in northern Montana — and huckleberry pie is great any time. The Snyder Lake Trail is one of many hiking options near the western entrance of the park, where Glacier Highland sits as a convenient stop in the town of West Glacier.

If you’re planning a visit to this incredible national park, there’s no better time to visit than during National Park Week. Learn all about this celebration of America’s great outdoors — including fee-free days throughout the year!

This restaurant and accompanying motel are on U.S. 2, 33 miles from Kalispell. For more information, visit the restaurant’s website. You’ll enjoy the sneak peek at menu items such as “hiking poles” and “camping logs.” For more details about hiking in Glacier National Park, see the National Park Service website.

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