Grizzly Peaks Condominiums

Address: 121 Iowa Avenue #3A, Whitefish, Montana, 59937, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish

Crypt Lake Hike and drive to Whitefish

A travel blog entry by dwterrell on Jul 28, 2015

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... it took us a while to get out of the dangerous part of the hike, due to general speed issues (Heather), and there were quite a few people trying to make it to the same boat.

I stayed with Heather until we got off the mountain and into the safe part of the trail, then I took off to try and catch the boys. They were flying and passed a ton of people, I wasn't even close to catching them even though I did pass about 30 people on ...

"May I Marry Your Daughter?", asked the white man.

A travel blog entry by windinthetrees on Jul 12, 2015

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... sentinels backed off as they smelled a familiar scent on the stranger. Chief Long Walker only spit on people he wanted the grizzlies to accept. Others could fend for themselves!
The only additional important fact from this meeting was the renaming of Hugh Monroe. Chief Long Walker thought this was the right time to offer Monroe full acceptance into the community. Forever forward, he was called Rising Wolf.
When it came time to name the ...

Ice Age..... The Great Glaciers of Montana

A travel blog entry by thethakrars on Sep 23, 2014

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... this book to anyone who hasn't already read it.

On the Idaho/Montana boarder we went on a mountain bike trail through some old railway tunnels, called the Hiawatha Trial. It was amazing fun. You had lights as the tunnels were long and pitch black..... Oh and freezing! We saw our first snake and rode across wooden bridges suspended above deep canyons. The most confusing thing was we kept crossing the time zone so my iPhone ...

Day 25: baby mountain goats!

A travel blog entry by on Jul 13, 2014

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I got up early to catch sunrise along Lake McDonald. The good news is that we were camping along the shores of the lake, so I didn't have to go too far. The bad news is that sunrise this far north is at 5:45, with twilight starting even earlier than that, so it was a pretty early start of the day. The girls had mentioned they wanted to go with me, but there was no way I was going to wake them that early.

The light along the ...


A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Apr 14, 2014

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... on the eastern side of the park, we attended park led evening programs and daytime hikes.
One day we drove into Canada to visit the Waterton Park which is the sister park to Glacier National Park. We had to drive through customs which was no problem. At that time, we did not need passports to enter Canada.
We first stopped at the information center to find some nice short hikes. This is always a good idea when traveling to national parks. This ...