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Polebridge is an unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana, United States, 35 miles (56 km) northwest of Columbia Falls in the northwestern part of the state. This community is named for the log bridge that formerly connected the "inner" North Fork Road in Glacier National Park to the "outer" North Fork Road which leads to Montana Secondary Highway 486, over the North Fork Flathead River. The bridge was originally named the "polar bear bridge", later shorted to "polar bridge", then "polebridge". Polebridge lies near the Canada–United States border.
- Glacier View Dam, proposed in the 1940s, which would have inundated Polebridge
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