The tiny community of Polebridge is a 27-mile drive from West Glacier on a primarily dirt road, and it’s less than a mile from the northwest entrance to Glacier National Park—from which you can access Bowman and Kintla Lakes. The town consists of a handful of houses, cabins, a hostel and small ranches along the North Fork Road, with the Polebridge Mercantile as its hub. This one-stop shop for locals and visitors is known the world over for its fresh baked goods, sandwiches and authentic personality.
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