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Travel Blogs from West Glacier
It doesn't take long to understand why Glacier National Park is referred to as "The Crown of the Continental Ecosystem." It's got it all. The pristine, vast 1 million acre park is home to two towering mountain ranges, over 130 lakes, over 1000 different species of plants and hundreds of species of animals. Grizzlies, black bears, big horned sheep, …
... more of an idea of what a special place Glacier would be with the sun shining.
Camp tonight was going to be in Glacier however because the weather was so ordinary we decided to keep going and head for Banff in hope of finding better weather and having an extra day in Banff. We crossed the border into Canada within minutes (didn't even have to get out of the car) and within a few hours was skirting the edge of Calgary. The weather followed over the mountains and it ...
... of the lake where a
forest fire in 2006 consumed over 35,000 acres of forest, with 16,000 being on
park property and the balance on the Blackfoot
A good day but we are all
tired and grumpy. A delicious meal
prepared by Chef David put us in a better mood.
Tomorrow the plan is to drive the “Road to the Sun” all the way to its
end on the west side of the park and Lake ...
... berries near the Many Glacier road. Awesome!!!!!!
Our plan was to do the biggest and longest hike we had attempted with Zach of the entire trip, the 15,5 km (9.6 mile) return hike to Iceberg Lake. The hike is regarded as one of the best in the park and they weren’t wrong. Unlike many walks in the park this one was more open and exposed which gave an enhanced feeling for the dramatic surrounding landscape. While the distance was long, the slope was pretty gradual ...
... some glimpses of Grinnell Glacier from the first boat across. Incredibly they think that in seven years time, so by Jemima's 10th Birthday, all the glaciers in the National Park will be gone! A really frightening thought. Great walk, one of our favourites for sure. A boat trip on Swiftcurrent Lake and then a short walk over the hill between the two, then a boat trip on Josephine Lake. Then a one mile hike on ...