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Glacier National Park

Cut Bank provides the nearest full-service tourist facilities to the east side of Glacier National Park, i.e. these services: Banking, Car rental and repair, Full service grocery, clothing stores, lodging, campground, medical, dental.

107km

Spokane

county seat of Spokane County, Washington, United States

393km

Browning

town in Montana

51km

Shelby (Montana)

city in and the county seat of Toole County, Montana, United States

37km

Minot

county seat of Ward County, North Dakota, United States

815km

Kalispell

city

154km

Williston (North Dakota)

human settlement in United States of America

644km

Sights

27-foot tall talking penguin

Glacier Cinema

Someday

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Cut Bank

Cut Bank is a small city in northwest Montana, near Glacier National Park. It has a population of about 3,000 and is the county seat of Glacier County.

Arriving

By train

Amtrak's, "Empire Builder" passenger train serves Cut Bank. Currently (2009) 10:45AM eastbound and 5:51PM westbound. Amtrak information: (800) 872-7245, Amtrak has daily service between Chicago-Seattle/Portland via Cut Bank.

By car

Cut Bank is on US Highway 2 which runs east to west across Montana's northern tier. Highway 213 north from Cut Bank becomes Alberta 62 at the International border and leads to Magrath and eventually (via Hwy 5) Lethbridge. The major north-south highway in the area is Interstate 15. Exits for Cut Bank are 363 (23 miles east) and 379 (28 miles northeast).

By bus

Northern Transit Interlocal (NTI) Bus offers free bus service every Thursday to and from Great Falls and Shelby and service to Kalispell every Tuesday and Wednesday. Call to make arrangements. http://www.cutbankchamber.com/visit/gettinghere.html

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