Glaciers' Mountain Resort
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... deck, fireplace. Excellent for our 2 nights and we could cook.
Saturday: We set out to drive around the lake and explore the many sites and towns. Flathead Lake is 44 kms long and up to 25kms wide with an average depth of 51m. It is one of the cleanest lakes in the world in a populated area hence it is a popular camping area in summer, lots of holiday homes, boat houses, fruit orchards, stands of huge pines and many small communities. ...
... 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 ...
... and playing with his two grandchildren. We had our lunch and relaxed on the shores of the freezing cold lake along with about 15 other people. We could see some mountain goats in the distance and the ranger said a black bear had been sighted near the toilets about 1 hour before we got there.
On the way back to the campsite we stopped at Park café again to get one of their world famous pies. Chris had been dreaming about their Huckleberry Blueberry pie almost the entire ...
... side trip.
This is the location where Blackfeet Indians
and their predecessors for over 5000 years slaughtered buffalo by driving them
over a cliff. Before horses were
reintroduced to North America, this was all done on foot as a whole village
effort. This location was selected
because of availability of a stream at the bottom of the cliff since water ...
... border with Canada and is also known as "The International Peace Park". Yellowstone was the first N.P. in 1895 and Glacier came along in 1910. It became the IPP in 1932. This is also a World Heritage Site as of 1995. The park is immaculate. You don't see a piece of trash anywhere. So refreshing!!! There were three Indian tribes that existed in this area: The Blackfeet; the Salish and the Kootenai. We actually went outside the park ...