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Today we woke up very early, to start an 11 mile hike, it was probably more, Grinnel Glacier. It started raining early on, but faded away quickly. We arrived at a waterfall, about halfway through, which covered the trail in water. You could either go through it, go off trail and try to find a way around or turn around. Rikke, Laura, Tate and I …
Driving to Glacier National park to take shuttle to st. Mary. Hiking 3 miles before going back to camp. Playing werewolf for the first time. Awesome game. During the night, a bear apparently sat on Ellie's tent.
... side of the mountain.
We did stop for our packed lunch along the way, just in a turnout along the road.
Beautiful scenery everywhere!
After lunch, we drove back to St. Mary. We decided to stop at the Park Cafe again to see if they had any Huckleberry Pie. It’s a very popular place. We waited ...
Many Glacier is an area in the northeast part of Glacier National Park. Five years ago we stayed at the Many Glacier Lodge, an historic hotel which sits on Swift Current Lake and was built in 1915 by the Great Northern Railroad. This time the hotel was booked but we visited the area anyway and took the Apikuni trail to the Apikuni Falls.
My photos for the day show these areas.
... the wind dies down, and we get a little sunshine, I’ll be very happy. We’re driving up to Logan Pass in the morning, where we’ll do more hiking. I’m packing a lunch so we can take a break and eat on a trail somewhere. There are supposed to be Mountain Goats and Big Horn Sheep in the area, as well as bears. Hopefully we’ll see some. We’ll be looking for sure. It sure does stay light a long time here... we’ll after ...
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