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... huge because we could make it out clearly from a long way away and then one of the other hikers let us look through his scope thing and see it up close and personal – trust me it was HUGE!
So finally Severin got to see his Grizzly…and as it seems to be the case that every time he wishes to see an animal it appears he has chosen ‘dragon’ as his next animal of choice – I am feeling a little safer about this one!
... br> It was another hot tub evening, which is a habit I’m enjoying. The hike did a number on my calves, and the hot water felt nice. The weather has been in the upper 70s during the day and low 40s overnight, and the past two days there have hardly been any clouds. Perfect weather, really. Unfortunately, I got an interesting sunburn today on my legs – I look like a soccer player from the back (sock line on the bottom, ...
... gradual, but that changed with the next leg up to the Ptarmigan Tunnel. You double back and then ascend a different valley where you come to...you guessed it...yet another beautiful glacial lake. But then you keep going up the side of the mountain until you come to a tunnel cut through the sheer rock. This 76m hole was cut through the mountain at 2,200m to apparently make it easier to hike between the two valleys. Why couldn't they have built it at 2,000m to make ...
... we are grateful for. She has provided us with enough to do over the past two weeks. When we arrived in Missoula, Montana which had been recommended to us for its biking we were just so happy to be there. The guy at the visitor centre was stellar and told us of a shin dig by the riverside and the best trails to visit. We spent the afternoon looking around, enjoying the surfers and kayakers riding the man made wave in the middle of town ...
... We traversed the mountain ridge-line through glacier carved valleys, up some treacherous inclines, which led us to and from a historic chalet at the top of Mount Gould. What I assumed about putting on some milage in order to really experience nature was definitely proven true to me on this hike. About half way to the top we came across my first marmot encounter - I didn’t even know what a marmot was and could best describe them as a squirrel about ...