Polebridge Mercantile and Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of animals. This vast pristine ecosystem is the centerpiece of what has been referred to as the "Crown of the Continent Ecosystem", a region of protected land encompassing 16,000 square miles (41,000 km) about the size of the state of Rhode Island.
Glacier has almost all its original native plant and animal species. Large mammals such as the grizzly,moose, and mountain goat, as well as rare or endangered species like the wolverine ...
... people everywhere! It was breezy and cold, but at least it was still sunny.
We took off on the Hidden Lake Trail
It started off as a boardwalk trail, and we soon encountered snow. We were doing some slipping and sliding for a while, but we made it over the snow (more than I expected).
The scenery, ...
... busy packing everything up while the girls continued to snooze in their sleeping bags. Eventually, we got everyone up and had breakfast. After the car was packed up, I went back down to the lake to give it another chance, but it was not to be. We left the lake at 9:15 headed for the eastern side of the park. We stopped one more time at the Polebridge Bakery for Huckleberry Bear Claw and some chocolate cookies.
... and experiences. There will be adult language so if you are letting kids read them you have need warned.
I’m not really sure how this got started, perhaps I saw a few adventure motorcyclists running through Tahoe and wanted to get back on the road. I happened to mention in passing my thought of riding up to Alaska to my good friend Lee Kulchawick. We discussed it briefly. The next thing I know, Lee is calling me about some KLR’s ...
... trip to St. Mary falls. Everyone enjoyed the boat ride, hike, and sitting by the waterfall.
After the boat ride, lunch and rest, we loaded up and drove part of the Going To The Sun Highway as far as Logan Pass.
We took a hike up to Hidden Lake overlook, about 1 1/2 miles one way. This felt like being at the top of the world! We were at the overlook with the lake below and mountains in the background. There was a trail down to the lake, but it ...