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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, …
... spotted a long horned sheep from a far distance, but we saw many mountain goats up close. There were also tons of squirrels, chipmunks, and marmots (which are little woodchuck-looking-things). This park is beautiful and I'm glad we came here. We only did the one hike, but we drove through the park and were able to see both main lakes; Lake McDonald and Saint Mary Lake. Off to Yellowstone, ...
... shuttle service to do our exploring. I also knew that we were most likely not going to get a site inside the park, especially the ones closest to the main entrances. So while we suddenly and conveniently were able to change course without having to do any doubling back we were on our way to the East side, to St. Mary. That would prove to be a very good decision. Internet access in Montana is sparse at best. If you have Verizon you are ...
... narrative of the
physical characteristics of the valley and lake as well as historical
information. The tour included docking
at the far western end allowing us to debark and hike a short distance to
Barring Falls. Obviously, we had already
been there so I elected to stay on the boat and sleep while Rick and David went
to see it again. Samuel talked about the
geology of the valley and also pointed out the ...
... the last free table..yeah!. The wait started about 5 min after us so we timed it well. The breakfast food was pretty great but they are most famous for their sweet country style pies especially their huckleberry pie so Chris decided he would buy one on the way home after our day in the Many Glacier area.
On the way to Many Glacier, another renowned wildlife area of the park, we saw a Moose in the river (very briefly so couldn’t get a picture) and a blonde grizzly bear ...