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... to explore the west side as much of the road is closed due to snow
Lake McDonald mountain reflections
... narrative of the
physical characteristics of the valley and lake as well as historical
information. The tour included docking
at the far western end allowing us to debark and hike a short distance to
Barring Falls. Obviously, we had already
been there so I elected to stay on the boat and sleep while Rick and David went
to see it again. Samuel talked about the
geology of the valley and also pointed out the ...
... us with no problems. Chris carried Zach in the backpack almost the entire way there and back. Zach was pretty good on the way up chatting the whole time, we definitely didn’t need any bear bells (this is notorious Grizzly Bear country) as we had our very own bear repeller….a toddler with a case of verbal diarrhea.
When we arrived at the Iceberg Lake the water was a fabulous bright blue and the icebergs were pearly white. There was also an on duty ranger there ...
We didn't really do Whitefish justice. It is was just a halfway stopover between Banff and Yellowstone for us. We had dinner in town after our drive south through Canada. The next morning Beth had a nice 6 mile run to town where the boys and I met her for Breakfast before we headed out to West ...
... border with Canada and is also known as "The International Peace Park". Yellowstone was the first N.P. in 1895 and Glacier came along in 1910. It became the IPP in 1932. This is also a World Heritage Site as of 1995. The park is immaculate. You don't see a piece of trash anywhere. So refreshing!!! There were three Indian tribes that existed in this area: The Blackfeet; the Salish and the Kootenai. We actually went outside the park ...