Photo Courtesy of Glacier Distilling Company

Coram is an old stage stop on the way from Flathead Valley to Glacier National Park that today is an authentic outpost just seven miles from West Glacier. Once a lumber mill and load station for the old Great Northern Railway, the tracks cross the Flathead River here on a high trestle for the last time before lumbering westward to Seattle. Coram has four restaurants, three taverns, a gas station, lodging properties ranging from roadside motel to private cabins to yurts and glamping, a distillery and two adventure attractions – an aerial adventure park and the Fun Center – go carts, mini golf, bumper boats and a giant maze.

Needless to say, Coram is a perfect pit stop on your way to and from Glacier National Park.