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We did a hike up to Avalanche Lake, which was 4 mile round trip through the woods. A couple of times we did see signs of bears. The lake was very beautiful views of several waterfalls that feed into the lake. (The trail is called the Avalanche Lake Trail.). There is a narrow gorge near the bottom which was very pretty to look at!
Although it was a long drive both visits for us, it was worth it once we got there. A beautiful national park for ...
Best night of sleep yet! Used a chamber pot which helped as did the long hike! Took my time getting up Had my first Starbucks Via; it was great! Listened to my new campers tell of meeting a huge grizzly at the end of the Highline Trail near Logan Pass; the bear arrived late afternoon; I had been there in the morning Wasn't sure what I would do on my last day on the west side Decided that the lure of Logan Pass was too great Caught a shuttle around 9 and made my way ...
... eastern side of Flathead Lake up to Glacier National park. We were on the hunt for their famous tasty cherries. Although driving through acres of mountainous rocket red orchards was treat enough, unfortunately, we were a few weeks early for the first harvest. However, we did discover a stand that had a very acceptable consolation prize of freshly picked cherries from their other orchard in Washington and some homemade cherry wine!
... and Columbia Falls, and a well timed entry
into Glacier as full campgrounds were starting to empty of
vacationers setting off on the homeward leg of their journey .
First come-first serve campgrounds have provided the greatest source
of undue stress in our travels to date. Still if we were living on
any kind of schedule it would have driven us nuts with it's constant
demands of order!
Yes, the headlining parks ...
... road which traverses the park in a curvy fashion. We stopped at Logan Pass at 6646 elevation which is another point on the continental divide. We saw deer, a marmot, mountain goats and bison, but no bear or moose. We saw two different glaciers. A glacier is defined as ice covering 25 acres or more, 100 feet in depth and moving. Jackson Glacier moves 3 cm a year. There are 27 glaciers in the park. The descent took us into St. Mary Valley with views of Wild ...