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... forested area (mainly Western Red Cedar, Black Cottonwood and Western Hemlock trees). The trail was fairly easy going; we encountered some wildlife: squirrels, chipmunks and a woodpecker (going hell for leather against a tree) before entering an arena of a small lake surrounded on three sides by steep mountains and pockets of snow where glaciers used to lie (or carve their way slowly).
We drove back along Flathead lake (the ...
I decided to forgo driving all the way over to Many Glacier for sunrise just too far to drive. Instead, I wanted to shoot the eastern side of the park from the St Mary visitor's center. It was a nice view of the craggy mountains across a grassy wildflower meadow. Unfortunately, there wasn’t much of a sunrise. The sky was so incredibly hazy… later we’d find out the cause of the haze was smoke ...
... to paddle. Ha ha. It turned out to be a thrilling and wonderfully wet ride! Luckily we had donned farmer John wetsuits, a fleece top and booties so the glacially frigid waters were no match for our clothing.
We woke up on our last day to cloudy skies, but drove back up the 16 miles to the gate on Going to the Sun Road where we hopped on our bikes, covered ourselves up with raincoats, and biked up the road several miles. We ...
... The ride down the eastern slope was not quite so hairy, and we came out in St. Mary’s on the eastern side of the park around 2:00 PM.
I stopped in the Visitor Center and stamped my National Park Passport and checked the map. We decided not to drive back but to check out some more of the park. It was only a few miles north and then back in to Many Glaciers, so we took that detour. It was beautiful, too, but a good distance up from the end of ...
... and claimed that she’d "made her day". Strange.
When we finally made it back to base, we found the others waiting for us. We discovered that our ‘short’ hike had actually covered more miles than the ‘intrepid’ Iceberg lake group, so we bought ourselves a hot pizza as a reward.
On the drive back to the campsite, we saw a brown bear minding its ...