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On our way to Glacier National Park for a full day of exploration of the sights along the Going-to-the-Sun-Road which was completed in 1932. The road cuts through the park going east-west and is 52 miles long. It's a nice two-lane road with some scenic pull outs, tight curves that hug the mountain, and one switchback that required I use both hands on the wheel. The park itself was established in 1910.
I'm on the hunt for wildlife and hoping to see a ...
... she won't let me say how many) so we began with another hike in Glacier Nat'l Park. We hiked Sunrift Gorge to St. Mary's and Virginia's Falls. It was a unique hike through the forest, lake and waterfalls. It was a long and beautiful hike. We wore the boys out good. We left Glacier after lunch and headed to Banff, Canada where we had a nice dinner in town to celebrate! Gotta love the Canucks, ...
... near Whitefish Lake or the ski resort.
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It was a beautiful hike – in both directions!
After that hike, we walked over to take a look at the Highline trail, which is located at about the Continental Divide.
This hike walks along the cliff with a very narrow path. We just walked a little ways ...
... Lake a few days before). So we continued east beyond the pass, towards St Mary. Shortly after the pass however, we hit LOTS of road construction where the road was reduced to a single lane gravel road in several locations. The most disappointing aspect of this was that one of the most popular overlooks was closed. I tried scoping out a way to reach the spot, but there wasn’t a way to get there without walking through ...