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The main route to Coram is US 2. Closest Interstate is I-90, which is about 150 miles to the south of Coram.
Glacier Park International Airport. Services include Big Sky Airlines, Delta Airlines, Horizon Airlines and Holman Aviation (private charters).
The daily Amtrak passenger service the Empire Builder runs between Seattle/Portland and Chicago. Nearby depots are in: Whitefish (19 miles North, toll free phone: 1-800-862-7245 and West Glacier.
*See also the Go Northwest! guide to the Flathead Valley
Sundance RV Park and Campground. 6 miles SW of West Glacier on Highway 2, Milepost 147, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-5016.
Evergreen Motel. US Highway 2, PO Box 130217, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-5365.
Montana's Treasures and Retreats. PO Box 130284, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-5498. E-mail
Glacier Grill & Pizza. 10126 E Highway 2, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-4223.
Amazing Fun Center. West side of Highway 2 East at Coram, PO Box 102, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-5902.
North American Wildlife Museum. 7 miles West of West Glacier on Highway 2, behind Stoner's Inn, Coram, MT 59913. Phone: 406-387-4018.
Exhibits 85 life-size animals and birds in realistic dioramas. Montana-made products and artwork are on sale.
Swan Mountain Outfitters. Phone: 406-387-4405; Toll-free: 1-800-388-5727.
Swan Mountain Outfitters offer horseback riding, trail rides, drop camps, saddle paddle packages, saddle and fish package in and around Glacier National Park.
Trailsend Tours offer bus tours of Glacier National Park, the Logan Pass Visitor Center in Glacier NP and Going-t-the-Sun-Road. Also available are hunting and fishing packages.
Montana. Toll-free: 1-800-338-5072.
This website is by Glacier Country Regional Tourism Commission providing descriptions of the cities, towns and public lands in Northwest Montana. Find links to chambers of commerce, annual events, accommodations, recreation and restaurants.
Montana Travel & Tourism sites describes each city and town and links local accommodations, restaurants and other businesses.
Visit Montana. Toll-free: 1-800-847-4868.
Website by Montana Office of Tourism with details on each city and town. Find information on transportation, weather, things to do, food and beverage and places to stay.
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