Lake McDonald Lodge
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... trails and wildife. We drove out of the Many Glacier area down along reservation land and down to the St. Mary entrance where our tour really began.
We got onto the Going to the Sun Road and our
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... back and eat lunch Go to Swiftwater Inn and charge the ipad; also check on shuttle to East Glacier and then get a ticket to take me from East Glacier to West Glacier on Wednesday that will save all the shuttle switching on the park shuttle westbound Get a quick sighting of a bull moose but try to see black bears that have been spotted on the trail to no avail Back at the lake ...
... way around. The west side was more just forest & lake scenery as far as we could drive. We did hike the Trail of the Cedars & got to see a Grizzly bear through high powered binoculars that someone had spotted the bear with way up on the mountain. That was the highlight of the west side for us.
We took Wed to clean & do laundry and it was good we had done our sightseeing the 2 previous days because it poured all day ...
... of the Cedars.” Breathtaking! But at that point, we knew things were going to fall apart quickly, so we made our way back. We had dinner at Eddie’s in Apgar, and true to my inner bear, I had a huckleberry beer.
Before climbing into our RV, we decided to take dip in Lake McDonald. Abby and I joined the polar bear club and went all the way under, 50 degrees baby! Heart stopping! But I can tell you, we will all sleep well ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake McDonald Lodge West Glacier
I stayed in a small cabin room. It was very comfortable and rustic. It is a great place to just get away from the world.
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