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Hidden Moose Lodge B&B

At a Glance


  • lodge is easy to find and away from hectic downtown traffic
  • atmosphere is very welcoming, and you may not want to leave


  • stairs could be difficult for some people with physical challenges, or who are stoved up after hitting the slopes for the first time
  • not close enough to town to walk for shopping or restaurants

Hidden Moose Lodge B&B Review

At the foot of the road that climbs to Big Mountain, this two-story log lodge has a lively ski motif—a child's sled for a coffee table, an antique ski for a handrail. Some of the rooms have their own Jacuzzis, and there's one outdoors as well. Rooms are individually decorated with rough-hewn pine furniture and ironwork, and each has its own entrance off a small deck. The living room's vaulted ceiling creates space for plenty of light and a 20-foot-high fireplace; the scene can be quite social, especially in summer. Breakfasts are a standout, and come evening a glass of wine or bottle of locally brewed beer is on the house. The skier-owners may even share their favorite powder run on Big Mountain.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1735 E. Lakeshore Dr., 1.9 mi from downtown Whitefish, MT 59937 | Map It
  • Phone: 406/862–6516; 888/733–6667
  • Website:
  • Location: Whitefish

    Hotel Details

  • 13 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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