Bayshore Inn Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Waterton Lakes National Park
... seeing all the "wildlife?".
Breakfast - I do wish I felt better this morning. We had breakfast at the Prince of Wales Hotel. The view out the window during breakfast was fantastic! I had wanted to do the afternoon tea here, but then I found out that it was $30 a person, so I decided it was too expensive.
Prince of Wales Hotel - When I was feeling a bit better (after the Dramamine ...
... 8217;t see it). Elijah and I (Deb) took off our shoes and socks and balanced our way across a log jam - great way to wake up the feet! Elijah even ran through the snowy trail barefoot.
The next day we relaxed in and around camp in the morning, exploring the lake and surrounding environs on bike. After lunch we head to Glacier Raft Co. We had arranged for a half day raft trip a couple of days prior. In the morning, though, ...
... The ride down the eastern slope was not quite so hairy, and we came out in St. Mary’s on the eastern side of the park around 2:00 PM.
I stopped in the Visitor Center and stamped my National Park Passport and checked the map. We decided not to drive back but to check out some more of the park. It was only a few miles north and then back in to Many Glaciers, so we took that detour. It was beautiful, too, but a good distance up from the end of ...
... our clothes getting progressively more wet. Hiking with wet underwear is not an experience I’d like to repeat. We made it to picturesque Grimmell Lake easily enough, but the walk back felt like it went on for days. We took shelter at an expensive-looking, alpine-style hotel, feeling very out of place in our dripping wet clothes. One woman inexplicably started laughing at Alison’s ...
... had dissipated enough to enjoy the beautiful landscape. We stopped at almost all of the scenic pull-offs to take in the mountains and the waterfalls, and at the Logan Pass visitor center where we saw several big horn sheep. They were far away up on a rocky hill side, enjoying the vegetation and the sun and avoiding the people. Once we made it to the other side of the park, we decided to keep going. We headed out of the park ...