Historic Tamarack Lodge
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... tour. We saw a lot, and it was nice having the commentary from the driver. We started at the lodge and continued onto Marias Pass, Lake McDonald Valley, Going-to-the-Sun Road, Logan Pass, and St. Mary Valley.
We stopped at many places along the way.
We stopped for lunch at McDonald Lodge.
The Going-To-The-Sun-Road was closed at Avalanche (the 14mi ...
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We made inquiries on the
east side of the park and ranger stations trying to find out where Kelly’s Camp
is located and just drew blank stares We did learn that the only private properties
within the park borders were on the west side of the park near or on McDonald
Lake. After we got to the west side of Glacier we made several inquiries and
... big rugged mountains decked with glaciers and snowfields in every direction. I felt like Julie Andrews in the Sound of Music singing "The Hills are Alive…". I took a gazillon photos as I was in no rush. I saw three marmots on the way as well which was cool. The actual Hidden Lake overlook is stunning and very rewarding. It is basically a bright blue lake surrounded by giant mountains and green flowing meadows. We had read that mountain goats are often on the trail but due to the ...
... we stopped at the Lake McDonald Lodge, yet another piece of fine workmanship from the 1930's. We had a salad and a glass of local white wine did that hit the spot. Got back to the Palace on Wheels around 19:00 (7 o'clock) took Angel on a walk and then played a couple of games of Yahtzee. Started to watch Roger Rabbit but fell ...