Hidden Moose Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and right on to the road. Cars can drive right through the waterfalls. Since it was late summer when we came, the water was more of a trickle, and so the wall looked like it was weeping more than waterfalls. Thus how the wall got its name.
Big Bend- This was a very beautiful spot to stop and see the view. I made my peanut butter and jelly sandwich here and soaked it all in! What a great place to ...
... lake remained mostly hidden, still mostly frozen over. But the real prize at the end of the trail were several mountain goats including at least two or three baby kids. They moved around a lot among the tourists stopping frequently for poses. After about 10min, both girls were imitating the goats. There were also some really aggressive ground squirrels that were begging for food, and when none was given they commenced to digging ...
... a town called Columbia Falls. Cool, lets go see the falls...NOT! We looked and looked, but couldn't find them. Maybe on the way back. So we continued on to the West entrance into Glacier Park know as West Glacier. Most of the park is still closed until Late June or early July. Wish we would have known that earlier too. We picked up lunch and while waiting for it found out that there ARE no falls in Columbia Falls. Seriously?? Nope, no falls there at all, don't ...
... moved and melted, they formed this beautiful Park. You can see where the glaciers have just pushed the ground away to make big valleys in-between the mountains. A glacier is formed when more snow falls in a year than melts. The remaining snow compacts down and becomes a slowly moving mass or river of ice. Every spring and summer, some of the glaciers melt and feed the many lakes and rivers in the Park. There is concern about ...
... prior and then twice the day we arrived to Many Glacier, we surrendered to the fact that they were meant to be our friends and ended our day hanging out with them at their camp site. Aside from the delightful conversation, we arranged to take over the money, double lot, riverside site they would be leaving the next day. It was quite the treat to come back to this place after a long day hike. While dining there one evening in a very weary state we ...