Waterton Glacier Suites
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We found our National Park in this centenary year for the US Parks Service when we drove south to Waterton Lakes in Alberta & Glacier National Park in Montana. They are of course one huge area of the Rocky Mountains & together they form the world's first International Peace Park & world Heritage site. A small detour on the way took us …
We headed up to Cameron Lake for a hike to the falls. That was a nice hike along Cameron Lake. On our way to Red Canyon, we saw a grizzly cross the load in front of us. He was pretty fast – we didn’t get any pictures. Our last hike was to Blakiston Falls.
We got our exercise today. It was a nice time at Watertown Park.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... to the end of Lake Josephine was sold out until 3:00, which added 6 miles to the hike, and the weather was bad. I was a little bummed but the hike to Grinnel Lake was very good, both Lakes Josephine and Grinnell are beautiful with clear, green water.
We made it to Grinnell Lake easily, hung out there for half an hour or so, and started our way back. Walker and I opted not to swim because it was windy and rainy, and the water was freezing. ...
... 3 gentleman that were hiking, one of those men was 91 year old, Gordon, hiking the trail. He had started off at 8 o’clock in the morning and was headed back to the trailhead, it had taken him about 3 hours to hike in. He had his son with him and another friend of his to help. We told Gordon he was our new hero, that we would be taking superman off our refrigerator and putting his picture up there. He and his companions got ...
... overlook sights to take pictures and soak it all in. Our driver and tour guide Jennifer was able to name all the mountain peaks and provide lots of fascinating information about the park. She did talk a lot with her hands and though I felt safe, I was wishing she would keep two hands on the wheel as we whizzed up and down the mountains!
At noon we had made it to Logan Pass, the highest peak along the route and ...