Travel Blogs from Glacier National Park
... mountain goats, bison and bighorn sheep all kept us scanning the landscape for movement and the next sighting. A full day of cold rain grounded us for a bit, but we were proud to be part of the hardy few in the nearly deserted campground that stuck out the rain in a tent.
From there we finally crossed the US border into Glacier National Park, Montana. We stayed two wonderful nights in the Many ...
... the last half mile. Most of the trail is a very gradual climb. The scenery the entire way is amazing: past three lakes, which are fed by a wonderful waterfall which itself is fed by the glacier that is the destination. Two of the lakes have boat rides, and it was interesting to watch the boats, especially from the higher elevations. I saw some big horn sheep on the way up – a herd of about a dozen – and saw two more (in the ...
... housefly. They are everywhere, and no one seems to notice. They are in every building you enter, including restaurants and rest rooms. I guess everyone else is used to them; they are driving me nuts. So far I’ve kept them out of my tent, which I’ve declared a no fly zone.
I’ve decided I’m not going to try to describe how beautiful it is here. I don’t really have those skills, and ...
... MacDonald – huge, blue, pristine surrounded by glacial cut mountains. A perfect mountain lake. The water is so clear you can see the floor until the coloration of the water changes due to depth. But the lakes were different in a very definite way. St. Mary is fed by glaciers. Lake MacDonald is river fed making is considerably warmer.
We had lots of activities planned for this park like Whitewater rafting and fishing that got ...
... about minutes being limited which we’d have to watch and they were not many though here we have unlimited minutes. OK. That’s Canada. Now for Alaska. Our major carrier is "just getting into Alaska" and has little service. The $15 per month applies again. One of the weeks we are away is on a cruise ship and the phone won’t work then. That amounts to $265 ($200 regular service + $50 conversion fee + $15 cell tower fee) for ...
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Other places to stay in Glacier National Park
Apgar Village, Glacier National Park | Campgroundfrom $15