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Travel Blogs from Polebridge
... absolutely ridiculous but is cute nonetheless.
On the way from the trailhead to the Lodge (less than a mile) traffic was crazy, with people pulling off the road everywhere, binoculars and cameras out, and much pointing and neck-straining going on. Turns out a mother bear and her two cubs were on the opposite slope ambling around and munching on berries (presumably). I got a few pics, then ditched the madness for a late ...
... literally) and gave me a 5-minute lesson on using bear mace (it’s exactly what you think it is) in the parking lot of the visitors’ center. As awkward as it sounds it was exactly what I needed; she was wonderful, and really put me at ease. Thanks Fran!
Road construction on the Going To The Sun (GTTS) road (it’s the main drag from the east end of the park to the west) slows everything ...
Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Up at 6:30 and off to the
Glacier NP St Mary’s visitor center to catch the bus to Logan Pass which is the
highest point on the “Road to the Sun” and the continental divide at 7700
feet. I decided that we should hike to
the Hidden Lake Lookout, 1.5miles from the bus dropoff. ...
... MacDonald – huge, blue, pristine surrounded by glacial cut mountains. A perfect mountain lake. The water is so clear you can see the floor until the coloration of the water changes due to depth. But the lakes were different in a very definite way. St. Mary is fed by glaciers. Lake MacDonald is river fed making is considerably warmer.
We had lots of activities planned for this park like Whitewater rafting and fishing that got ...
... grizzly bear feeding on berries near the Many Glacier road. Awesome!!!!!!
Our plan was to do the biggest and longest hike we had attempted with Zach of the entire trip, the 15,5 km (9.6 mile) return hike to Iceberg Lake. The hike is regarded as one of the best in the park and they weren’t wrong. Unlike many walks in the park this one was more open and exposed which gave an enhanced feeling for the dramatic surrounding landscape. While the distance was long, the slope ...