|Minimum Stay||2 - 4 nights|
IMPORTANT LISTING NOTICE:
Cabin #4 is listed on VRBO and HomeAway under Property ID #3955658. If Cabin #4 is already booked for your preferred travel dates, please see our other listings:
Cabin #1 - Not listed
Cabin #2 - Property ID # 3917051 | HIGHLANDER Cabin (1,070 sq. ft)
Cabin #3 - Property ID # 687652 | ALPINE Cabin (880 sq. ft)
Cabin #4 - Property ID # 3955658 | ALPINE Cabin (880 sq. ft)
Cabin #5 - Property ID # 784514 | ALPINE Cabin (880 sq. ft)
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BRAND NEW CABINS
The cabins at The Ridge at Glacier are brand new. Neil, the owner and builder, handcrafted each luxurious cabin merging function and design to produce a wonderful vacation stay.
The cabins come in two sizes. The HIGHLANDER CABINS are 1,070 square feet, have three bedrooms, one full bath and sleep eight people. The ALPINE CABINS are 880 square feet, have two bedrooms, one full bath and sleep six.
Each cabin has an incredible view from the ridge line across to the mountains. Every season of the year creates its own magnificent view that shouldn't be missed.
FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHENS
Both cabin styles at The Ridge at Glacier are completely furnished for all your cooking needs. Your full size kitchen has everything you need, from full size refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, oven, stove and much more.
Each cabin is equipped with a stackable washer/dryer.
How the ridge came to be…
Montana native Neil and his wife Jessica began looking for the perfect spot to build their dream resort after marrying in 2009. Neil was raised on a 1000 acre working ranch bordering the park and has always called Montana home. A carpenter and builder by trade, he and Jess wanted to build a five cabin resort to share with park visitors the glory of northwestern Montana.
Jessica Dalimata purchased this cabin in 2013
The ridge at glacier
In 2013 they found the perfect spot, untouched land on a ridge at the end of a county road one mile off of U.S. 2, and only eight miles from the West Glacier park entrance! In Montana terms, that’s right next door.
Neil began the project on the pristine land in 2014, designing a layout with a secluded feel where each cabin looks off of an expansive front porch across the downhill slope at the amazing mountain vistas across from The Ridge. Having worked with his father for years building cabins for resorts throughout the area, Neil brings to his own resort the finest design elements and craftsmanship that will make your stay a visual treat as well as a functional one. Come on out and let us share our dream with you!
Visited GNP the second week of September and had an amazing stay in Cabin #4! Jessica greeted us upon arrival and gave some excellent recommendations for nearby restaurants and grocery shopping. The cabin itself was beautiful, and had everything the four of us (two couples) needed for a comfortable stay! The resident dog, Rosie, was also one of the highlights :) Would highly recommend these cabins to anyone traveling to the GNP area. Convenient to the park entrance, grocery stores, restaurants and area attractions.
Cozy cabin that felt like home. Quiet and off the beaten path but close to the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier. Kitchen stocked with all the pots, pans and utensils you'd need. Jess is a very gracious host. We all loved the property dog Rosie.
Our family recently spent a week at The Ridge and loved it. The cabin was immaculately clean and outfitted with all the amenities we could have asked for - great kitchen, comfy beds, washer and dryer, and wi-fi. Of all the houses I have rented, I have never experienced hosts that have been so generous. They provided dishwashing detergent, laundry detergent, garbage bags, shampoo and body wash. The property was well-maintained and super private. There were other cabins, but each was located side-by-side so we never saw anyone else. The owners have a Great Pyrenees dog who is friendly and keeps wildlife away. We spent everyday in Glacier National Park and came back to this amazing cabin in the woods. The owner had helpful suggestions about hikes, restaurants, and shopping. The cabin was simple and perfect and we can't wait to go back!!!
My wife and I selected The Ridge as our base camp for our first visit to Glacier National Park. We stayed in Cabin #4 which is a one bedroom (queen), one bathroom with a loft containing two full size beds. We were extremely comfortable in the cabin! It was very clean and the beds were very comfortable. The only negative was the bedroom lacked a dresser to store folded clothing. Since there was only two of us we utilized the loft for this purpose. Having a washer/dryer provides the luxury of packing fewer clothes for your stay which was great. They even provide laundry detergent! Neil, Jessica and their young family (including Rosie) were gracious hosts. They answered all of our questions and gave us our privacy as well. Neil designed and built the cabins and the pride he has in this project is evident in the quality of comfort we enjoyed during our four night stay. We cooked all our meals with the exception of one dinner in the well equipped kitchen. We cooked two meals on the grill which is charcoal, not gas, so you will need to provide your own charcoal. We were only a few miles from the west entrance to Glacier NP which was extremely convenient in that you don't waste time traveling to and from the park. You are also only a few miles from a well stocked market in Hungry Horse. The quiet and solitude you experience on the property is just the prescription for decompression from the pressures of work and demands of life in the city. However, you can still stay connected with protected wifi and cellphone service if you choose. All in all we were extremely overwhelmed with the experience we had staying at The Ridge and look forward to our next visit to Glacier and staying at The Ridge!
From the moment we arrived, everyone in our family of five marveled at what a fabulous accommodation this is. We were so impressed with all of the thoughtful amenities, excellent quality construction and overall charm. Loved the outdoor rocking chairs and grill, too. This is the perfect spot to stay if you want to be close to Glacier for easy West park access. Thank you, Jess and Neil!
The cabin was exactly what our family of four needed. It is located close to the West Glacier entrance and has amenities nearby for dining, groceries, activities and supplies. Everything at the cabin was as advertised. The cabin itself is new, comfortable and well appointed. Jessica was there to meet us on the first day and made sure we had everything we needed. Their dog Rosie is very sweet and made several visits per day to the cabin to greet us and keep critters away. I highly recommend a stay at The Ridge. The only thing missing was a fire pit but we made due with the grill.
Glacier National Park: Crown Of The Country
By any name and from any view, Glacier National Park has a dramatic presence. Home to more than one million acres (1,583 square miles), the beauty of glacier-carved terrain encompasses wild meadows, glistening clear rivers, stunning 400-foot waterfalls, striking rock faces and dramatic mountain peaks. It's truly unlike any place on earth. The Going-to-the-Sun Road—an engineering marvel and National Historic Landmark—takes visitors through the heart of the park over Logan Pass and is one of the most scenic drives you'll ever take. In total, the Going-to-the-Sun Road is 50 miles of stunning scenic beauty.
While summer is the busiest season in the park, Glacier National Park is open year-round. Autumn offers a peaceful—and colorful—visit to the park, while winter provides a prime setting for snowshoeing, ice climbing, cross-country skiing and sightseeing.
Serenely perched atop a secluded setting overlooking mountains and forest, The Ridge at Glacier is just eight (8) miles from the park's western gate.
|Refundable damage deposit||$300|
The minimum stay is 3 nights. Shorter stays (with owner approval) will incur a $50 cleaning fee (except in fall season). The $300 damage deposit will be refunded 7 days after check-out unless damage occurs.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.