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The Going-To-The-Sun-Road was closed at Avalanche (the 14mi ...
... and now we could see why. Chris was able to show a couple from Europe that had been travelling all through Yellowstone and Glacier for the last 2 weeks and hadn’t seen a single bear and were leaving the next morning. They were wrapped and Chris was very happy to get to help them see their first bear.
Later we sat out under the full moon with a campfire but it was too windy to get a really good fire going. Chris enjoyed his Park Café’s Huckleberry and ...
... required in the butchering of the buffalo.
Over the 1000’s of years this was done, over 30feet of bones was
accumulated at the bottom of the cliff.
Like other Canadian historical sites we have seen this one was also done
very nicely and could be better described as elaborate consisting of a six
stories of building which was built right into the cliff with elevators ...
... and off we went! A gorgeous sunny day to boot. A sustained climb awaited us as the first 5kms was all uphill, a 1000ft elevation gain, and a few spots for 'hike-a-bike'. The descent was a smooth, flowy, easy single track all the way back to Bessy. Because of the difficulty with camping (the fact that there wasn't much) we took off for another mountain town - Whitefish, another place recommended for its biking. We are currently camping ...
... As of July 1st the park service will also run a bus service (free) up to several locations and bring you back throughout the day. This is the first time they are trying this and they feel that it will cut down on congestion on the narrow road.
We see and learn so much as we take our drive along this roadway. We pass Lake McDonald which is 10 miles long and 1500 feet deep! The elevation is 3,153 feet.