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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
... from ranger at the “back country packing” station that Kelly’s
Camp is located on the far side (north side) of Lake McDonald at the very end
of a gravel road. That is as much as we
knew and we had not seen any of the Medlicotts for over thirty years.
So off we went and located
the road. It is a narrow one lane gravel
road which goes about 1/3 the length of the 10mile long McDonald Lake. About half way ...
... the Waterton town before we left. On the drive we saw a Mother black bear and her 2 cubs near the town, our first bears in the park yeah!!!!! We said this made the whole trip worthwhile after driving all the way up and back the Red Rock Parkway which is famous for bear spotting as well as big horn sheep and seeing not a single animal.
Zach finally fell asleep just before we got to the US customs and border control…great we thought now we are going to have to wake him up ...
I am officially boring. I've, sadly, come to the conclusion that I am not great at killing time without the Internet. Not a good realization. On the 5th day of our journey, July 10th, we had nothing planned. Since we did Glacier National Park yesterday, we wanted to do the other side of the area, but what to do... I asked Amy, the super-helpful woman who works in the Vista Motel office. She was great, full of suggestions. ...
... 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 ...
... splash in the lake and then around 2:30 we decided to start making our way back to our campsite. We were expecting to get to the campground and local village store for an ice cream around 3:30, but things changed.
When we arrived back at Logan Pass Visitor Centre and parking lot, there were a lot fewer cars and people so Tim and the kids went back to play some more in the snow. Tim thought he spotted a mountain goat at the top of the snow field (at least where the top ...
Other places to stay in Whitefish
6510 Highway 93 South, Whitefish | 2 star hotelfrom $89
6390 Hwy 93 S., Whitefish | 2 star hotelfrom $140
3824 Big Mountain Rd, Whitefish | 4 star hotelfrom $182
121 Iowa Avenue #3A, Whitefish | Hotelfrom $172
3812 Big Mountain Road, Whitefish | 3 star hotelfrom $90
800 Spokane Ave., Whitefish | 1 star hotelfrom $40