Description: Built in 1906 by the Great Northern Railway. Summit Station Lodge is a wonderful place to experience the incredible beauty of mother nature in Montana. Summit Station is located on the Continental Divide at the top of Marias Pass, the lowest route across the Divide in the United States. We are just a footstep away from the wilderness of Glacier National Park and also the famous waters of Blackfeet land.
Dine in a beautiful, spacious dining room with a breathtaking view of mother nature's abundance. It isn't an odd sight to see bear, elk, moose, deer, upland birds, and water fowl, all from the dining room window.
Fish in some of the finest back-country in the world. In the company of master Blackfeet guides, you'll stalk the fabled big-trout waters in the area. Seldom-fished and remote, these lakes and rivers are surrounded by glacier-carved peaks. You can expect browns and rainbows to 10 lbs. Brookies to 6 lbs. Pike from 5 to 10 lbs. Plus, trophy cutthroat. In fact, the state record cut of 16 lbs. was taken in Glacier. The combination of remote beauty, deluxe accommodations and terrific fishing makes Summit Station Lodge a relaxing get-away.
Head to the high country and experience Glacier Park and the incredible back-country wilderness of the Blackfeet Reservation. We have some of the most breathtaking trails in Montana. Your ride will be in the company of an experienced, Orvis Endorsed Wilderness Guide. We have top quality, gentle, trusted horses. Explore acres of scenic wilderness and ride the range in true cowboy tradition, experiencing the real west and nature in it's finest glory.
Directions: Summit Station is located on Highway 2 at Marias Pass, 10 miles west of East Glacier Park.