Glacier Trailhead Cabins
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- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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On our way to Glacier National Park, we stopped at a local grocery store for last minute supplies. We were amazed at the number of loose/stray dogs in the town of Browning! There are also free-range cattle along Rt. 89 into the park. They seem to congregate by the side of the road.
We made it to Glacier by 5:00 pm. We were all so excited to be in this beautiful place! Unfortunately, the visitor center closed at 5. We found a campsite in St. Mary Campground. In the site ...
... That is 13 miles. We chose today to only hike 4 miles to the top of Haystack and retrace our steps back. Next time we are going all the way. Irregardless of how far you hike it, it is beautiful throughout.
Great hike. Even though part of it is along a cliff face. It challenged our sensitivity to edges. Just look up into those beautiful vistas and all nervousness disappears. The smoke ...
... as ice....you think? We pulled out our snack and had an attack of the Marmots! They come so close. Who has been feeding them? We headed back down the mountain full of the beauty of this amazing place. Just to make sure we used all of the clothes we brought, It rained for the last 0.5 mile, making us pull out the rain gear we carried up the mountain. Great day. Going to have a drink and watch the sunset over Many ...
... was more of the same as I rode just over 100 km to the town of Pincher Creek. I booked into the very nice Sleepy Hollow Campground and had my first hot shower since Banff.
Another windy day of riding and I was at the entrance to the Waterton Lakes National Park. I'd done some reading about this while planning the trip and I was looking forward to spending a day exploring Canada's oldest National Park. However, when I got to the ...
... same overthrusts that pushed the older rocks over the top of younger sediments all over this area. Waterton has no glaciers left but plenty of ice packs still remain. A long, glacier-gouged through forms Waterton lake, the deepest lake in the Canadian Rockies and the second-windiest place in Alberta.
We started our drive South and East on Highway 2, and we were delighted to cross the Continental divide just south of Glacier National Park at Maria's ...