Glaciers' Mountain Resort
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... shadows were, at first glance, bears. Then I drove the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park.
My objective was so simply drive it: one of the most popular mountain drives in the world. No stopping, no photos, just me and the road and the views. Early on, I had to zigzag through a cluster of autos haphazardly pulled over to view moose in the creek that runs alongside the road. A big bull moose with antlers ...
... of the family see it later in the day without a ton of traveling back and forth. So we decided to see if the first come, first serve campground at Many Glacier was available. But alas, when we got to the visitor’s center at the St Mary entrance, they had a sign stating that it was already full. So we headed over to St Mary and setup camp.
After our tent was up, we drove back towards St Mary Falls above ...
... best way to find out what to do and see. Also this is were to enquire about ranger led activities.
We did a couple of fairly short trails to view the beautiful scenery. One trail was around a canyon called Red Canyon. This was very pretty. After our hikes, we had a picnic lunch.
The setting for the Prince of Whales hotel is just beautiful. We went in and looked around before driving back to the St. Mary area.
As we had planned to move to ...
Woke up early as usual
Got my day pack ready and headed off to the Many Glacier Hotel to go on the ranger led hike to the Grinnell Glacier
Had to get boat tickets and I was second on the waiting list so I arrived early and charged the ipad while I waited
Got my ticket and road Two Chiefs, one of a series of classic wooden boats that cross many of the lakes in GlacierThen we got off and took ...
... to get to Canada and our home for the next week. I stopped for gas at Eureka before we crossed the border. It would be much more costly for the next 2 weeks. As we drove north the mountains were noticeably more rugged. They are steeper and there was more snow visible at higher elevations. Our excitement was building.
I spotted Fairmont Hot Springs in the distance from about 5 miles away. It was even prettier than the photos i had seen in my research.