Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kalispell
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After breakfast and check out we retraced out steps to St Mary, eastern gateway to Glacier. The famous Going-to-the-Sun Road runs 50 miles from St Mary to West Glacier on the park's west entrance. Spent about 6 hours on the road. Road is being renovated and last segment being done is 13 mile stretch near St Mary. Old road has been torn up and is …
... some pictures but the air was so smoky that we didn't even get out of the truck...especially once we saw the picture you will find in the body of this post! Would YOU have gotten out?? As we traveled through the vast Mission Valley, on our right was a long range of craggy, tall mountains with evidence on them of ancient hanging valleys, and U-shaped curves which were the sign of long gone glaciers. Glaciated land fascinates me...it is fun to try to figure out where ...
See America First - was the campaign slogan developed by the Great Northern Railway to help promote tourism to Glacier National Park. Very interesting history of the partnership that the Government, Industry and Naturalists played to create and develop the National Parks. We are staying at Fish Creek Campground on the west side of the park, dry camping again, and generator use is restricted between certain ...
... to the viewing area. It turned out to be a 20 minute walk to and from plus the viewing time. Jean walked at a brisk pace so it took her about 40 minutes total. She said it was awesome...her pictures show it to be!
After we left Kootenai Falls, we stopped in Libby, MT for lunch. On the way out, we came across a large eagle sculpture on Main Street. In keeping up with ...
I liked Canada too much! On our way to our border crossing we stopped at an unesco world heritage site which was a cliff where the native Indians would chase buffalo off the edge to kill them for supper! Bit lazy if you ask me :p it was very interesting though as there was lots of cool archaeology there which I have an interest in and I got to learn about that :3 the site was called 'head smashed in buffalo jump cliff' ...