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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Whitefish
Started down the mountain pass and the temperature began to rise into the 80's.
Found this waterfall to cool off
Pulled into our ...
... places the road itself was as beautiful as the surrounding scenery. And it wasn't half as scary as the Million Dollar Highway between Silverton and Ouray in Colorado. Note that I was only able to travel to Logan Pass from the west, the remainder being closed for late-season construction.
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... with hikers. As only the road is the access road between hotel and Babb, the boats also serve as water taxis and take hikes to trail heads and bring them back to hotel.
Had early dinner at hotel (which was our only dinning operation). Kathy has Montana trout and Bob has duck breast. Both were very good.
Due to the winds we just went back and enjoyed our quaint and cozy room and caught up on some sleep.
... in the park we drove the 16 miles and hiked up to Avalanche Lake. The trail started at a fabulous, roaring, narrow flume and wound its way along the voluminous river whose source was the bowl at the end of this 2.5 mile trail where we saw 14 waterfalls - the process of the glaciers melting into a pristine lake. We found solitude at the end of the trail where we even heard the “Boom!” of a cornice or a small avalanche ...
... the two lakes). We saw three mountain goats way up high on the steep cliffs over the lake. Next, we drove up to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada.
There, we saw the beautiful Canadian Rockies, the Prince of Wales Hotel, and the Waterton Village and Lake. It was raining for awhile while we were there, but the scenery was glorious.
We left Canada and came back into the US and drove down to ...