What to know about the Whitefish Lodge in Cedarbrook

The Whitefish lodge is one of the more recent additions to Cedars Pass, which is located in the northern part of Montana.

It is situated on the northern portion of Whitefish Lake, which was formerly a lake that ran through the area of Cedaries Pass.

It has been described as a large, rustic lodge.

The lodge itself has been dubbed a lodge with a big, rustical feel, and it’s a nice place to spend a few hours in the area. 

It’s also known as the White Fish Lodge because it is the location of the White Feather Creek, which flows down the east side of the lake.

It’s about three hours north of Whitefishing Lake. 

Cedars pass has been known as a scenic spot for many years, but this is the first time that it has been a designated wilderness area, according to The Montana Wilderness Alliance. 

“We’re really excited that this is finally being made a wilderness area,” said Paul Tompkins, executive director of the Montana Wilderness Association.

“The Whitefish area is beautiful and full of wildlife, so we’re really glad to see it become a wilderness.” 

Whitefish is located approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) northeast of WhiteFishing Lake, and is home to a number of bird species.

The White Feather Lake is a small lake in the south-central portion of the state, and the area has been designated a national monument. 

Whitefishing is one the most popular fishing spots in the state for anglers.

Whitefish is also home to numerous wildlife, including the whitefishes, which are large, silverfish, and occasionally also carp.