Polebridge Mercantile and Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... a fort on the beach. Next, we drove into the town of Waterton, and Rees and I showed the kids where we camped 14 years ago. We drove down Akimina Rd. to Lake Cameron, took some pictures, and drove back into town. Rees did the Bear's Hump trail (a short, but steep trail straight up the mountain) while the kids and I ate ice cream in town. The kids said, ...
... with the smoky views. I can relate. We left the park around 4:00 and by 4:15 we heard thunder --- nice hard rain followed and I hope it helps dampen the fires.
We headed back to Whitefish with a small detour through downtown and I headed towards Whitefish Lake. The rain has washed away some of the smoke and the sunset over Whitefish is going to be a great memory.
Tomorrow we head to ...
... as I can on this trip. The items at dinner: huckleberry lemonade and huckleberry pie with a scoop of huckleberry ice cream on top. YUM! And the bison burger was pretty good, too. I am starting to really, really like Montana.
11 miles, 33,00 steps, 2100 ft of elevation gain and 90+ photos later, I can honestly say that today's experience will be one to remember, probably top 10 overall, even with future travel still to come. This was just such a unique experience ...
... The mountains surrounding the lake were beautiful and a ranger accompanied the tour to give us some information about the natural history of the area. The lake isn't real big so we crossed in about 15 minutes. At the other side of the lake, we set off on our hike. We took a short spur trail to Two Medicine South Shore Trail and went straight to the end of this trail at Upper Two Medicine Lake Trail. Turning left here, it was just a ...
... With the water running shallow over the rocky bottom it was easy to see the reason for the name.
There were many other mountains and peaks that we saw as the road was constructed to lead from one vista to another. Waterton Park is tagged as the "where the plains meet the mountains" as the land levels off coming down from the north until it meets a whole series of mountains in this park.
We saw 1 and ½ deer (her front ...