North Fork Hostel
Hostel | 80 Beaver Drive, Polebridge, Montana, USA 59928
4 out of 4 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (23/01/2008)
Gregory Shanks thinks…
"The host has the best personality for running such a place. The location is spectacular, and the company that it attracts is warm."Read all North Fork Hostel reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- Self-catering Facilities
- No curfew
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Linen USD 5.00
- Towel USD 5.00
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 18:30
Latest Check-out: 10:00
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About North Fork Hostel
Kerosene and propane lights brighten your nights (there's no electricity on Polebridge). The hostel is heated by old-fashioned wood stoves. A propane cooking range and refrigerators are on hand to make your food preparation easier after you have spent an exciting day exploring this vast wonderland.
Although the area is off the power grid, the hostel has a phone and a computer operated on huge storage batteries. Camcorder and digital camera batteries may be recharged at the hostel. We have wifi and a laptop computer is available for email.
Your Hostel meister is Oliver, who has traveled the world extensively and understands hostellers’ needs. He speaks English, German fluently and some Spanish .
Cross-country skis and boots or snowshoes are available for use in June on Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. Mountain bikes, canoes, and backpacking equipment are also available for rent at a nominal charge.
Frequent guest book comments: "Thanks for sharing your home" and "Best hostel I've seen."
Facilities include eight mixed bunks, private accommodations and cabins, washrooms with a hot shower, a large downstairs shared living room, a warm and pleasant, fully-equipped community kitchen and the spiffiest outhouses on the North Fork. (The interior art is interesting -- look for John's college diploma.)
Behind the hostel are small cabins for family rental. (Some of them have interesting names like the "Goat Chalet.") These cabins are bedrooms with a double bed and/or a day-couch bed. Upstairs is a Family Room and a Private Room. Also, there are two log homes for rent up the road at the Square Peg Ranch.
Don't forget to bring linen or sleeping bags, flashlights and food. Clean sheets can be rented at the hostel. There are plenty of blankets and a few down comforters.