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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Modem / Data Port
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... and I pretended to see it on account of the detailed set of instructions he gave us to locate it. Lara saw it though (although she admitted it was the size of a jellybean against the steep mountain side).
Day 2 was far better weather-wise, so we headed back to GNP to tackle the trail to Avalanche Lake (5 mile round trip). The first part was all boardwalk through a section called the Cedar Trail which hugged Avalanche Creek into a ...
... all the way over to Two Medicine. It was a pretty long drive, through twisty curvy roads in places. By the time we got there it was around 11:00, and we set out to find a campsite. From the visitor’s center, we had seen that the campground hadn’t filled recently until much later in the day, but this day it was nearly full by the time we got there. By the time we finished setting up camp though, ...
... br> We pulled into Apgar Campground on the edge of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park as dusk set in. As with other mountainous places we've been this spring this was only one of a big handful of campgrounds open in the park at this time of year. Made choosing a spot easy! And the Going to the Sun Road, which spans 50 miles from the west entrance (where we were) to the east entrance was only open the first 16 miles. So our first ...
... where we saw some more gorgeous scenery, had dinner at the Glacier Park Lodge, and headed back to our lodge and room. We ran into some very heavy rain on our way down to East Glacier, but by the time we got to th Lodge, the rain had let up.
Today, we started the trek over the Going to the Sun Road with its beautiful vistas. We stopped at many of the overlooks to take pictures and admire the scenery. They were ...
... at the side of the road checking out the traffic. We were well past by the time I stopped and I wasn’t going to get out and walk back (proper bear etiquette, you know), so I continued on until I found a wide enough spot to turn around. By the time I got back there were half a dozen cars stopped and the bear was no longer interested and had wandered off. We continued on, pulled into the Glacier Campground and got settled.
Now, each time I ...