Travel Blogs from Whitefish
the lodge is reminiscent of a Swiss chalet with a
hunting lodge atmosphere
... the hike apparently. He definitely earned it.
We stayed at Rising Sun campground and drove past a bear near the side of the road on the way there. Awesome bear spotting country here.
That night Chris heard some rustling in the forest right near the campsite and sure enough a black bear was eating berries about 5m away from the campground and a tent spot that had been closed due to bear activity in the area and in fact all tents were banned from the campground due to ...
... side trip.
This is the location where Blackfeet Indians
and their predecessors for over 5000 years slaughtered buffalo by driving them
over a cliff. Before horses were
reintroduced to North America, this was all done on foot as a whole village
effort. This location was selected
because of availability of a stream at the bottom of the cliff since water ...
... time I was here. It feels like home. It feels more like home than Australia does. Like I was made to be here. I'm not spilling the beans about my upcoming immigration, but for all it's beauty, the amazing outdoors and the people I wouldn't need to think twice about it if the opportunity arose. That night we illegally slept overnight at the trailhead of the ride we were doing the following day (um ah!). Perfect place to wake up, eat ...
... to the middle peak, the Missouri and to the far right peak to the Saskatchewan. We actually witnessed one of the streams running North! Geologically some of the oldest rocks are called Red or green Argilite and these are considered "ancient" rock.
"Going to the Sun Road" - which is carved out of the side of the mountain and very steep on one side and rock ledge on the other is best done with someone else doing ...
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