North American RV Park & Yurt Village
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNorth American RV Park & Yurt Village West Glacier
This park is 5 miles from West entrance of Glacier. The site we are in use to be 2 back to back sites...so we got lots of room. Everything works, the price was right, we didn't have any problems getting here or getting in here. We would stay here again.
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Once you have done that drive you understand the name and the views are unparalleled. It is slightly like Pikes Peak, in that as you drive you get slightly white-knuckled cause the road is narrow and it's a long way down...amazing!!! So many glaciers, waterfalls and dramatic views set in the steep slopes of a very unique geographic area. But the …
... stops to experience the breathtaking views. I was pretty scared while we were driving, but it wasn't as bad as the Rocky Mountains. I was curious as to why, and found out the highest driving elevation in Glacier is 6646 feet and in the Rocky Mountains it's 12,183! Good thing I didn't know that when we started out or I probably wouldn't have done it. It also helped that Dan was driving this time so ...
... to return to avalanche creek to shoot it again, except with whole area still in shadow. It was nice having the area completely to myself, and not having to worry about people bumping into my tripod legs or having the bridge moving around due to foot traffic. Afterwards, I headed back to camp… got there about 7:45…
We all had breakfast, and then we headed over to Apgar Village to rent kayaks. They had only had one ...
... and drabs here and there, this snow was a metre thick in some spots and honestly once we got on it the only guidance we had of roughly where the track went was footprints left by others. To keep us on our toes there were also fallen trees over the track that required some climbing and manoeuvring. On the way up we were all pretty careful about staying dry and clean, that was until it started to rain. We all got absolutely soaked to the bones ...
... way that her boots were not waterproof. (Not the best way to start a hike!)
We had fun using the wooden bridges that were suspended by ropes across the creek as we made our way up to Rockwell Falls. The skies began to cloud up by the time we stopped for lunch at Twin Falls.
It was clear again by the time we got back to camp. We were alone in the campground tonight and we were treated to a near full moon.
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