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TravelPod Member ReviewsRising Sun Motor Inn and Cabins East Glacier Park
A comfortable room in a very scenic setting.
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We left Seattle yesterday morning, stayed overnight in a random motel about an hour from Glacier National Park, and then arrived at the park this morning. We hiked the Hidden Lake Trail which took us to a beautiful small lake surrounded by mountains called, Hidden Lake. It was only about 1.5 miles each way, but it was so picturesque that it took us a while to get through with all the photo ...
... restaurants to choose from in East Glacier, we ended up eating dinner at the famous "Whistle Stop" which had a cowboy singing outside on the deck.
Quote of the day:
"This really is a trip of a lifetime, although it may not seem like it." ~Gary
... the time looking at Rob like he was nuts because Rob was on the same (and only) trail that we had just come up!! Oblivion! Ranger Bob sometimes gets confused and doesn't remember where he is, was or came from.... I pointed out that we were on the same trail and we laughed at how the couple must have thought Rob was crazy!
Hiked back to the road to catch the shuttle and guess who was there waiting as well? The moron ...
... and hadn't gone a quarter mile when we met a group of 5 or 6 people hiking swiftly toward us. They said there were two large grizzlies right off the trail not 5 min from us and we might want to turn around. We did so. Although, a part of me really wished it had been us that got to see them. I really want to see these bears...but from a safe distance and in the right circumstance. We turned around and took the Ptarmigan Falls Trail instead. A great choice. Hiking up to ...
... night camping with the Kern's - shoot! I guess this was starting to prove for me the most difficult place to travel as a backpacker so far, as with visiting all the national parks, everyone was a family or an older american with an RV truck, meaning it was difficult to meet other people my age, and kinda have a few beers with on a night. Also, the National Park was in, or part of - I'm not sure which, but don't care - an old Indian reserve, where they decided to ...