Sometimes a long, bumpy road is just what you're craving — not something that stands between you and where you want to go, but a sign that you're almost there. The North Fork Road — just across the North Fork of the Flathead River from the western edge Glacier National Park — is perhaps the best long, bumpy road in the world, because at the end lies Polebridge, Montana.
A place without electricity (save the odd solar panel), Polebridge boasts some of the tastiest baked goods you've ever come across and access to some of the prettiest and least-well-known spots in all of Glacier National Park.
It's just one of the hundreds of places to eat, play, and stay in Montana that have been added by locals and fellow travelers to GetLostMT.com.
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