Summit Station Lodge

Hwy. 2 Marias Pass, East Glacier Park, Montana, 59434, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from East Glacier Park

Badlands to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks

A travel blog entry by cjcarter27

4

... we were off. About an hour's drive to the East entrance. We took the truck with Doc loaded on, so we could ride through some sections of the park. I won't try to describe in detail our day there because...well, so many others have written so much before and described it much more adequately than I could. But I will just say, there is a reason why millions visit this place every year. Astounding. The geysers, the canyon, the falls. The park is so immense that we barely ...

A Blustery Day

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton

2
33

... down the road for dinner at Henry and Tricia's house and had rotisserie chicken, asparagus, potatoes and onions, garlic bread, and strawberry shortcake. A wonderful meal that was enjoyed by all. I want to thank all of them for helping me write tonight--it is fun to have some input other than my thoughts.

As I close tonight the winds have died and the sky is beautiful as the sun sinks behind ...

Glacier National Park - failing on a bear hunt

A travel blog entry by rich-and-fi

8

... the tiny town, so we went there. I asked about the menu and was told that there was 'steak, steak and steak'. Tried my best not to look horrified and ordered steak for the first time in my life. Not sold, I'm afraid (Rich assures me it wasn't great steak). Glacier NP is another stunning place and thankfully a few less people, but definitely not somewhere to experience the ...

Glacier National Park

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

63

... the road so that people can stop, get out of their cars and take pictures - and I think we stopped at almost everyone. Glacier National Park has 35 named Glaciers - some large, some small - and many of them can be seen from the road. There are many, many hiking trails that people can use to see all of them, but we were happy with the ones that can be seen from the road. This area was once covered completely with glaciers, and ...

Day 2: Apgar to Many Glacier Area

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

11

... be missed. Next we saw the Triple Arches but we did not stop here, we did stop at the Oberlin Bend overlook where the other side of the GTSR is more prominently seen.

We attempted to stop at Logan Pass because I wanted to hike the Hidden Lake Trail which is supposed to be an easier hike through wildflowers, near a secret triple waterfall to an overlook of a hidden lake in a mountain valley. Unfortunately the parking lot ...

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