Whitefish Mountain Resort Lodging
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... Apgar Visitor Center and then headed towards Lake McDonald, which stretches about ten miles and is approximately 472 feet deep. Blue skies and beautiful water in bluish-green hues. Just a fantastic view!
We stopped at Lake McDonald Lodge which was constructed in 1913. It is made of red cedar with the front facing the lake because a road was not constructed until 1921. Nothing too exciting to see there but we walked through and I can check it off the list. ...
... the creek and climbed up to the next section. At this point there are two distinct falls, just before the creek does an abrupt 90° turn. Climbing out onto the rocks on the corner, I could kind of see the two waterfalls, but not a great view. So I took off my boots and waded into the cold water for a much better view. I could also see that there was more waterfall further up. So after drying my feet, I continued up for a better view of ...
They are not shy either, but luckily not dangerous, and would happily stroll right by you without batting an eye-lid. Ness fell in love with them straight-away and loved their beautiful white coats and loveable long faces.
We decided to do a two and a half hour walk from Logan Pass on a trail called The Hidden Lake. This is one of the more popular and well-trodden trails in the park, so it ...
... Berenstain Bears, gummy bears and you've got potentially delusional children. Then, growing up, there was a tv show Grizzly Adams, the story of a mountain man with a best-friend bear. Watch the introduction here for the backstory. And who is that storyteller? Only Uncle Jesse, the most trustworthy man in tv history.
But Renee, you say, kids understand that cartoons and television aren't real. And just to be sure, ...
... officials". Hmm. Needless to say all bear protocols were followed through this evening, including us leaving the clothes we cooked in in the bear box and the pair of us walking back to our sleeping quarters in just crocs, underwear and down jacket! What a sight! Hehe Day 11. Friday 22nd August. Tuchuck Campground to Upper Whitefish Lake. En route from Tuchuck to Red Meadow Lake we bumped into Bill, a fire lookout for Glacier Park, who rode with us for a ...