Somers Bay Log Cabin Lodging
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... the photos. We walked through a mile and a half of snow to reach Hidden Lake Overview. Park rangers would not let us hike down to the lake because bears had been active in the area.
As we were returning hundreds of people were marching through the snow on the trail to Hidden Lake, but we guessed few would make it all the way to the Hidden Lake Overview.
... you. The hike starts at a hairpin turn in the GTTS and winds up through a pine forest. As you continue up there are glimpses of neighboring mountains – eventually you spot a few glaciers that are not visible from the road. From there the trees give way and you transition into a high prairie environment, with flowers, shrubs and rock. Eventually all the plant life gives out and you are trekking across a ...
... drive. Arrived lunch time at West Glacier.
Stayed at San-Suz-Ed RV Park
In the afternoon took a drive up beside Lake McDonald to Cedar walk and Avalanche trail walk. The 5 mile round trip walk was well worth it to Avalanche Lake. The water was crystal clear and the lake filled by waterfalls flowing down from the melting glaciers above. Lots of tourists doing the walk also.
... the varieties available. We have seen a number of elk so we’re not as concerned about seeing them again as we are about bear, moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goats. By the end of our stay we saw all but the moose.
Finding wildlife is a frustrating and very exciting pastime. You can go for hours and see nothing and then, suddenly, there is a bear right on the road before you holding up traffic as he meanders across and up to ...
... does not have an oven – but this cooking method for pizza works ok), with a bottle of wine and some bottles of microbrew – it was very pleasant. However later that evening we got the munchies and decided to cook up some pancakes – we had bought some pancake mix on a previous shopping expedition. Many pancakes (and maple syrup) later, I suffered the inevitable consequence of gluttony (ie indigestion).
So this morning I knew I ...