Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... indicates that the mountain lion has moved on. They routinely have bears that move through
After the nice visit we
returned to the east side of the park via the “Road to the Sun” and went to the
Park Café for sandwiches and pie. Every
time we have gone past the café, it has been swamped with people and it is most
famous for its pies, over fifteen different kinds. Waiter told us that the café makes ...
... in Alberta Canada, about 30 mins drive north from St Mary's Lake. The union of the parks was achieved through the efforts of Rotary International members from Alberta and Montana, on June 18, 1932. It was renamed the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park the same year. Both parks have been declared Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO and their union as a World Heritage Site. The two parks are administered separately and have separate entrance fees.
Zach was a nightmare all morning ...
... train was supposed to leave the station at 9:16. It ended up arriving at 11. We got on, didn't get the nice seat that we had had before, but one that was facing another one. This was good, because Grandpa was able to put his feet up on the seat in front of him. We displaced a younger guy, but I've stopped feeling bad about it because it is more important that Grandpa stays healthy. Sidebar 1 Apparently, these mountain ...
... told to dress in layers as we are going to be in an open top vehicle and it will be cool while driving and it also may be so at the top. We talked to a man getting off the bus the day before and he said it was about 40 degrees on top. I have about 4 layers on and I brought my winter hat just in case. The ride up is cool, but they give you Pendleton blankets to put over our legs so that helps. It was cool in the beginning, but ...
... rural and depressed. (I guess much like the rest of rural America.) We also drove by the herd of bison that the Blackfeet are protecting – lots of babies in the herd.
We decided to set up camp at the KOA at St Mary's – we needed internet & laundry facilities. So Doug spent a hunk of time with the kids in the pool and I got to know some other travelers as I folded a massive amount of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking