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... close to an over many of the peaks within the park. I would recommend this to anyone. There is no other way to see the full beauty of the park without spending months of time to hike the trails that lead to many of these highlights. Frank got to sit in the co-pilot seat and the rest of us were in the back, moving from side to side to take in all of the views. After the flight ...
... br> About 15 km later, Yeehaw, how's this one?
Actually, I did see a few real hats on heads in Longview but was to scared to take a pic in case they lassoed me.
After some more km riding the very open rolling and windy hills I came upon a campground and stopped there since there was no bush camping options.
... try everything.
Highway 2 took us north along the Two Medicine area, where a namesake river and lake cut into massive mountains of rock covered with ice packs. This was our very first exposure to the beauty that lies within the park boundary, and we were mesmerized. Highway 2 continued winding north through hairpin turns until St. Mary, where another lake sprawled before us. The rest of the drive took us through the forest up the Chief Mountain, where ...
Arrived at the Visitor Centre at 9am, to join a crowded shuttle bus to travel the famed Going-to-the-Sun road across the park. John had to stand half the way, so could really see nothing out of the window. Held up by road works and most disillusioned, we almost turned back when we reached Logan's Pass at just over 2000 metres. Decided to persevere, so walked up towards the snow in the direction of Hidden Lake, saw a ...
... into the river. Discovered by Lewis and Clark during their explorations. Water takes 26 years to travel from the origin in the Belt Mountains 60 miles away.
Then the Lewis and Clark Interpretative Centre on the river bank, an excellent museum. Lewis and Clark were exploring east coast to west coast and back, in 1804-6. They came to Great Falls and thought there was only one waterfall to "climb up " but they were five. They had ...