Swan River Inn
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... crowds not too bad. By the end of the day, I felt that if we only got this one day, the visit was worth it.
The highlight of the day began when we took the free shuttle from the Visitor’s Center to Logan Pass. Here we hiked all the way to Hidden Lake. The views on this 2.6 mile hike were spectacular. The1,200 feet elevation gain was not too much of a challenge since the switchbacks were mostly long and gradual . Mountain Goats roamed the meadows near the ...
... visible as it has carved up the giant peaks that dominate the skyline.
Our trip was wonderful but there is much left to see. Many more wonderful hikes start along the Going to the Sun road as well as from the Many Glacier and Two Medicine areas. We could have spent another few days here and not gotten bored. Alas, there will always be more trails to be explored and more delicious foods made with huckleberry to be eaten. Till next time, Glacier!
... closer to the dam called Doris Point where we took a bike trail down to a beautiful and secluded tiny bay. Absolutely gorgeous! Following the bike trail through the woods was very pretty and there were deer all over. We went down to their busy boat launch and watched boats get in and out of one of the steepest launch slopes I've seen. They seemed unphased by the slope so it must be a flat Florida thing!
The smoke from the Glacier fire was not to be seen where we were located to the ...
... mountains in East Tennessee look mighty small! As per usual with KOA's, the electricity is a little low, and we did have to use one block to level, and probably the WIFI isn't strong enough BUT I have my trusty hot spot and it looks good to go, so I shouldn't have any trouble getting this post out. We plan to spend the rest of the afternoon lazing around here in the campground so this should be an early blog post for you. Tomorrow morning we ...
... because I had to keep my eye on the narrow road. And the boys? They just slept. However when they woke up they were blown away! Friday we take the exact same trip on the 1940s Red Bus Tour. Didn't know that it was the same until we talked to a bus driver on at Logan's Pass. The good thing is, I won't have to drive! ...