We make this plea every year, but it seems to be even more important this summer. Folks are driving crazy on the North Fork road; passing on blind curves, driving on the wrong side of the road, going way too fast creating unbelievable dust clouds. Although there’s very little to be done about folks who… Read More »
In his Hungry Horse News column this week, Larry talks about the crowds coming up the North Fork Road. Read his full column here.
The Hungry Horse News reports that Sletten Construction was the low bidder on the U.S. Highway 2 South Fork of the Flathead bridge replacement and is scheduled to start work on the project June 12… The project is expected to be completed by November, 2018, provided the weather cooperates. Read the full story here. Some folks anticipated additional… Read More »
The Daily Inter Lake says… As winter releases its grip on the alpine stretches of Glacier National Park’s famed Going-to-the-Sun Road, another lesser-known lowland route offers hiking and cycling opportunities for springtime explorers, as well as a backstory that’s rich in history. Paralleling the Camas Road is the often-bypassed Inside North Fork Road, a rugged route… Read More »
The Hungry Horse News reports that crews have started clearing trees along U.S. Highway 2 in the Bad Rock Canyon in preparation for the reconstruction of the South Fork of the Flathead bridge this summer. There will be no detour associated with the project, said Bob Vosen, district construction engineer for the Montana Department of Transportation.… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that the Columbia Falls City Council is asking state officials to consider paving an 11-mile section of the North Fork Road on the western boundary of Glacier National Park. On March 23, Mayor Don Barnhart and the entire city council voted to send a letter to the Flathead County Commission, Secretary… Read More »
In the North Fork Residents Classified’s Facebook page, Angie Agnew says… Home Ranch will be giving a gift certificate to Randy the road grader for doing such a wonderful job this winter of keeping us open and safe. If anyone would like to join in and leave a donation the full amount of the collective funds… Read More »
Angie posted this on the North Fork Residents Classifieds yesterday… John Hoiland just stopped by to alert us all that there is a mud slide just before Camas Rd forcing folks to the edge by the river. Be careful!
The Hungry Horse News reports that now that the region has a Secretary of Interior in Ryan Zinke with Montana roots, it’s a good time to ask to have the North Fork Road paved to the Camas Road, a Columbia Falls city councilman suggested last week. Councilman Mike Shepard — and all of city council for that matter… Read More »