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Travel Blogs from West Glacier
... tucked into the valley, being fed by a 300m high waterfall.
The next day I kicked it up another gear and did the 23km hike up to Iceberg Lake and the Ptarmigan Tunnel. Apparently this is one of the Glacier classics, and it didn't take long to see why (and to realise that it still was a classic...it was crowded). At the end of the first leg you emerge at the top of a valley to a stunning lake with icebergs bobbing around in it. Thankfully the ascent had ...
... Gentle rolling hills give a warm comforting feeling. Jagged edged sharp declines carved steep sides give an exciting foreboding wild charm. A daring happy-to-be-alive feeling. Imagine being perched on a rolling hill. (The word “perched” doesn’t even seem an appropriate word here.) Now imagine being “perched” on a steep high jagged mountain. Do you feel the difference?
SO now that you have the right feel ...
... for another adventure. I think tomorrow I'll take a well deserved Zero Day! Day #28 Stats: Distance: 109 miles Ride Time: 8:05 Real Time: 11:30 Vertical Feet: 3300 ft. Day #29 Stats: Distance: 70 miles Ride Time: 5:20 Real Time: 7:00 Vertical Feet: 1600 ft. Total Trip Stats: Distance: 1,881 miles Total Vertical Feet: 98,400 ft. Total Ride Time: Let's not figure that one! Average Daily Milage: 64.9 ...
... We went outside to see what all the fuss was about. Turns out it was a grizzly bear eating the berries in the bushes, this was a larger darker colored grizzly than the one we saw earlier. We had heard that the Many Glacier area was good for bear sightings and so far we saw two.
I had heard that the sunsets were especially beautiful when seen from the porch of the Many Glacier Hotel looking at Swiftcurrent Lake. The ...
... Is was a great day. While there is extensive traffic it is all moving around 25 mph and all of the drivers were wonderful practically and some actually cheering us on! The views are amazing as we climbed along the right edge of the road looking over a small rail (3 ft. high) looking sometimes hundreds of feet straight down. Didn't see any mountain goats or grizzly bears but many glaciers, streams and waterfalls. Overall a tremendous day ended with a swim ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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