Best Western Rocky Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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A 3 hour trip to Glacier National Park along twisty mountain roads. Very strong wind gusts, high speed limit and hills reduced gas mileage down to 20 MPG (40 is normal). The some covered mountain peaks can be seen many miles away on approach.
Had a great lunch at the St Mary's east gate lodge before entering the park. < …
... there was a meadow with blooming wildflowers. Then top off the day I got to see an animal scurry in front of me when I was hiking with one of the other classmates. We stopped to see if it was still around and surely enough it was just ahead on the trail. It was a yellow belly marmot! He was a curious little creature and came up to us to see what we were. ... 2 feet away from me. I am a firm believer that if you are one with nature then nature will be one with ...
... there was a carousel. Wen was in her element and really enjoyed the ride on one of the hand carved horses.
From Missoula, we headed east towards Great Falls across some really lovely rolling grasslands with cattle ranches and horse studs. Interesting names like Utmost, Paws Up, Smiling Gulch and Dear Born Ranch. A lovely drive. Big Sky Montanna, the states official moto, is certainly true.
We ere on our way to Fort Benton for ...
Drove 170 miles northwest on route 89 to St Mary. Last 80 miles were on Blackfeet Reservation. From St Mary continued north on route 89 to hamlet of Babb and then west on unnamed road to Many Glacier region of the park. Got to Glacier about 12:30 pm.
Usually windy in eastern part of the park but unusually strong winds this weekend. Sustained winds 30 - 35 with gusts up to 60. Feels like the summit of Everest and ...
... while Chris and Zach went to St Mary’s town to get coffee but there were signs everywhere saying it was Grizzly country and I just didn’t want to hike it alone especially at peak bear activity time, 8:30am and with no bear spray. I chickened out.
Chris picked me up and we headed to the dock to buy tickets to do a boat cruise on the Saint Mary Lake. It was a 1 hour cruise on a small boat and was very good. The guide was very funny and informative. We had to go ...