Duck Inn Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sky. Really lovely.
As we were leaving the park I missed the turn and it was a couple of miles before someone spotted a sign that said "end of pavement ahead"...oops! But it turned out to be a great photo op for me and Loyd. The sun hit the peaks of the mountains and created the prettiest purples, pinks, and rose colors as the sun was setting. No one complained about the view and no one really knows where we were either.
Not the worst way to end a very long ...
... from here. When we got back to the intersection with South Shore Trail, some people told us that they had seen the moose again. We were determined to see him, so we backtracked about a mile and eventually saw some people just off the trail. The enormous bull moose was foraging in the shallow waters of a small pond along Paradise Creek. He would stick his head underwater for a few seconds, then come up for air and chew his food before going ...
... from glaciers, forming small ponds before us.
At our highest point, we finally got our view of Hidden Lake and what a stunning view it was! The lake of course is hidden from view by various mountains and it’s not until you walk in between the mountains that its full beauty is revealed.
We took some time to enjoy ...
... hands out the most frightening brochure I've ever seen at the entrance gate. Casually slipped into the park map information, the cover reads "BEARS!" above a photo of an angry grizzly. I chuckled and threw it onto the passenger seat.
Acknowledging my healthy fear of bears, I was planning a photo series for this blog: Things I Thought were Bears. On high alert for the past month, countless large boulders, tree stumps ...
Whitefish was our base for exploring Glacier National Park (GNP), a park that once boasted 150 glaciers now only holds 25 (it's estimated that they'll all disappear in the next 15 years). Whitefish itself is a fairly small town that's situated about 20miles outside GNP (so not as central as we'd hoped) and is more geared up for skiers and golfers (we stayed on the outskirts of town at the Grouse Mountain Lodge, which has its own golf course - pity ...