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... we passed Beaver Medicine Falls, an impressive looking
waterfall, but it was too far from the trail for a good view. Shortly after passing the falls, we could see
Sperry Chalet from the trail high on the cliff above. At one point, we had to stop and get off the
trail to allow a mule train coming down the mountain after delivering supplies
to the chalet. Finally, the trail
started to level off and we ...
... to pick up food and other supplies for the week. While inside, a big hail storm hit the area. Fortunately, we were safely inside, but it was amazing to watch. The small chunks of ice didn't last long in the warm summer weather. After we settled in at our home for the week, I went for a short walk around Martin City to stretch my legs, and then we retired for the ...
... our first visit to Glacier National Park and entered at the West Glacier entrance.
Often described as the ‘Crown of the Continent’, Glacier National Park is a stunning region of lakes and mountains, formed by glaciers millions of years ago. In addition to the glorious scenery, it has an abundance of wildlife including mountain goats (the official symbol of Glacier NP), grizzly & black ...
We actually saw a glacier, despite the weather.
After the tour, we stopped for some “World Famous” Huckleberry Pie at the Whistle Stop. It was actually very good. That was our dinner :-)
It’s about 630pm now, and we’re hanging out inside the RV to escape the ...
... encompasses approx. 1.4 million acres of wilderness; 50 glaciers; 200 lakes & streams and some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the U.S
it is traversed from east to west by the 52-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road
at this time, we are ...