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Headed back to West Glacier, just outside of Glacier Park for a half day white water rafting trip down the middle fork of the Flathead River. It was the kids and mine first time rafting and we all had a blast! The river is much lower and calmer in August than in May when the rafting season starts. Our guide Webster (who was straight out of central …
... 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 ...
... the command Haaken shouted out) and we were okay. Much adrenaline though! No one fell out although Kevin "lost all contact with the raft" at one point but leaned back on Lewyn and saved himself. Riley voluntarily went into the river at a safe point, but the water was cold and he had Haaken pull him in quick! On the way home to leftover tortilla soup,we stopped at a taco truck and Each got a taco to go with our dinner. More s'mores for ...
... attractions in Glacier, when I come back, the first thing I shall do is return to the Lake Macdonald Lodge bar. Also, a fascinating park ranger talk given this evening about bats. Did you know that of the roughly 5000 species of mammals, 1100 are bats? I didn't. Tomorrow is the climb over Going to the Sun Road. My alarm is set for 5am, I could not be more excited. No distance gained today, 0 miles, day ...
We stopped and had breakfast by Lake McDonald then continued to Lake McDonald falls.
On to Avalanche Creek we walked uphill for 5 miles to Avalanche Lake. The lake is feed by 3 waterfalls from the snow fields above. Drank from the waterfall, water straight from the snow on the mountains above. Stopped for picnic lunch when we arrived back at the car park.
Continuing along the Road to the ...