Big Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... hiking together. Heather got behind a little bit for a while, and Walker kept going "off piste" and taking shortcuts and getting lost. So some of the hike there was a bit of a circus.
When we got to the cliff/ladder/tunnel part, I thought Heather wasn't going to make it. She was already bushed from the long hike/climb/altitude, and she doesn't like heights at all, and this was enough to discourage a lot of people. But she made ...
... into our journey. Another 260 miles to go. 10pm We stopped for lunch at about 1:30pm in a small town called Anaconda. It's about 6 miles off of I-90. We saw the food sign and decided to turn off and that led us 6 miles from the highway into this town. We wandered about the town centre, which was very small, and came across the Copper Bowl Cafe & Casino. As I entered the restaurant, it kinda reminded me of The Happy Days, with the ...
We checked the weather forecast for the day, cool and cloudy morning changing to clear as the day goes on. From our campground we were about 30 minutes to the west entrance. Below are some facts to provide you a basic feel for the size and scope of the environment.
The park encompasses over 1 million acres (4,000 km) and includes parts of two mountain ranges, over 130 named lakes, more than 1,000 different species of plants, and hundreds ...
... It was so smoky we couldn't see much as you can tell in the photos. Also, it was absolutely freezing on Logan's Pass. We made it down safely then headed off for a late lunch. We learned that even if service sucks, the food can still be good. Will be an early evening because tomorrow is travel day to Coeur d'Alene. I hear it's really smoky that direction too :(. Oh well! We will have a ...
... they named it that. So we paid our $25.00 entrance fee and decided to see what we could see in the 16 miles of the park that are open. We took the road called "Road to the sun." I think someone forgot to leave directions. We found very little sun. The nice thing about off season? Less traffic. The bad part? Misty rain and hail that make it hard to see the scenery. That translates into I only got about 135 photos to weed through this evening. I love digital photography!