Timber Wolf Resort
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... It was a sight, seeing Doug slip and slide while Charlie’s little limbs gossled back and forth from behind him.) We stayed up there at least an hour, but not before Talbot got sworn in as a Junior Ranger too.
The shuttles back down were slow and very crowded, but we were able to see a big horn sheep, mountain goats (babies included) and got to touch the Weeping Wall, glacier fed waterfalls that shower the road. (we were stuck at one spot ...
... they were cool. One even had waterfalls on the outside of the tunnel. There were many places along the road to stop and view overlooks, passes, glaciers, waterfalls, gorges, wildflowers, bends and trails. We stopped at as many as we could; one was prettier than the next! One that we saw from the car, no place to get out, was the weeping wall. It was a series of waterfalls that help to get rid of the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTimber Wolf Resort Hungry Horse
Nice place. Parking was a little tight in campground. Owners were friendly and helpfull. Great job for only owning it for two (2) years. Good luck!!!!!! TM
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