Glaciers' Mountain Resort
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... Pass. After getting our stuff together,
we set off on our hike. Highline Trail
is certainly one of the most spectacular trails in the park, running roughly
parallel to and high above Going to the Sun Road. The views over the mountains, bathed in early
morning light, were fantastic. This is a
popular trail, however, so there were a lot of other people on the trail. At one point, the trail narrowly
circumnavigated a steep ...
... Sun road. We saw that Apgar, on the SW corner, had a Visitors Center where there were pelts, skulls, and other things on display to touch. Also, there were kids’ ranger programs which Zaya needed to complete her Jr. Ranger.
The Road to the Sun is amazing with beautiful mountain peaks, wildflowers, lakes, glaciers, weeping wall, lots of waterfalls and a few wild animals. We stopped and saw a bear on the hill, then stopped for the circus on the top ...
... Nothing is adding up, and we will most likely be taking some sort of legal action. The support from everyone has really been overwhelming and you don't know how much it means to us! We will keep hopeful, remembering how resourceful and resilient cats truly are. As for our trip to Glacier National Park, it was absolutely beautiful! We really wanted to travel on the "Going to the Sun" road, but it was ...
... in the road. Even a couple of babies!
The Glacier Park Lodge is beautiful and huge. There are gorgeous flowers in the front area and some teepees.
The Big Sky Circle Tour took us pretty much around Glacier. It was an 8-hour tour. I’m really glad we ...
... junction stops we ended up being right on the trail with them when they asked if they could walk the trail with us. They seemed quite scared of the prospect of Grizzlies, a genuine presence on this particular trail. So the rest of the trail up to Cracker Lake we were accompanied by our two Chinese friends whose names unfortunately were forgotten almost as soon as they were heard given our lack of proficient Chinese. They were great companions on ...