Bayshore Inn Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
Once we got back we grabbed the boys and had lunch at a little Taco place in town run by a coulple of kids. The food was very good. After that we took a drive out to Cameron Lake, which is a beautiful clear lake in a valley below a couple of permanent snow fields (like glaciers but too small to be a glacier because they are not heavy enough to move). We walked around the lake and took a few pictures, and then ...
... overlook sights to take pictures and soak it all in. Our driver and tour guide Jennifer was able to name all the mountain peaks and provide lots of fascinating information about the park. She did talk a lot with her hands and though I felt safe, I was wishing she would keep two hands on the wheel as we whizzed up and down the mountains!
At noon we had made it to Logan Pass, the highest peak along the route and ...
... to Glacier Park we saw lots of dry dusty ranch land, white dust replacing the white steam. Lunch in Bozeman, cut through Helena (unfortunately no view of the Capitol for Patrick). Stayed in Glacier Trail Head Cabins in Babb, just outside the park. Last part of the drive through a large Blackfeet Reservation. Always interesting and a little sad and sobering to view what the Rez is like, living on the east coast makes you less mindful of this aspect of our ...
... since we still had the amazing views!
We also wanted to check out Red Rock Canyon
It’s a small canyon with a creek running thru it. A popular spot to get wet!
... around the knee). I’m currently wearing jeans, only partly because it’s cooling off (and mainly because I look like an idiot).
I’ve met some wonderful people here at the campground. The folks next to me this week had also hoped to camp in the Park. They are from Germany and are over here for three weeks (Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons are also on their agenda). They’ve been doing hiking trips in the ...