Lake Five Resort
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... most difficult roads in North America to snowplow in the spring. Up to 80 feet (24 m) of snow can lie on top of Logan Pass, and more just east of the pass where the deepest snowfield has long been referred to as Big Drift. The road takes about 10 weeks to plow, even with equipment that can move 4000 tons of snow in an hour. The snowplow crew can clear as ...
I have been wanting to go to Glacier ever since I first heard about this amazing park. And I was not disappointed! Here are some highlights of our long day at Glacier National Park.
Transportation- We drove the car along the Going-To-The-Sun Road. This is the most popular road in the park. Wow, there were a ton of people on this road! We couldn't even find parking at one of the stops that we wanted to ...
... mountains in East Tennessee look mighty small! As per usual with KOA's, the electricity is a little low, and we did have to use one block to level, and probably the WIFI isn't strong enough BUT I have my trusty hot spot and it looks good to go, so I shouldn't have any trouble getting this post out. We plan to spend the rest of the afternoon lazing around here in the campground so this should be an early blog post for you. Tomorrow morning we ...
... of unsuspecting hikers. We stayed at the overlook for probably about an hour before heading back to the car. The hike out seemed easier, if not a little more slippery on the way down the hill. In the parking lot, two Big Horn Sheep were licking something on the ground literally feet away from our car. We loaded up and headed back down the hill, we stopped by West Glacier for some groceries and gas before returning to camp after quite a long ...
... up the Going to the Sun Road heading for the Many Glacier area. We made stops along McDonald Creek as we began to ascend up the Going to the Sun Road. The traffic wasn't terribly heavy, I'm sure the repaving limited some of it and the National Parks Service limits large vehicles on the GTSR. As we drove along we saw The Loop, The Weeping Wall, and pretty views from some of the other unnamed pullouts.
The height of ...