Whitefish Mountain Resort Lodging
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... views of the rising canyon walls and steep slopes. Eventually rising over a small hill towards the end of the trail we got our first glimpse of Cracker Lake, a most mysterious turquoise color created by the glacial silt and the refraction of light (things we don't actually know much about). The stunning lake backed all the way up to the headwall of three glaciers with peaks rising thousands of feet behind them. We were stunned by the immense beauty as ...
... they named it that. So we paid our $25.00 entrance fee and decided to see what we could see in the 16 miles of the park that are open. We took the road called "Road to the sun." I think someone forgot to leave directions. We found very little sun. The nice thing about off season? Less traffic. The bad part? Misty rain and hail that make it hard to see the scenery. That translates into I only got about 135 photos to weed through this evening. I love digital photography!
that Sam and Billy originally purchased as well as the one next door. They have expanded the cabins and they are
beautifully done. The setting and camp is beautiful and would
make anyone envious. The camp is
supplied with electricity via small hydro generator owned by the camp property
owners and they get their water for showers etc. from the same creek source. Over the years many improvements have been
made including addition ...
... in Alberta Canada, about 30 mins drive north from St Mary's Lake. The union of the parks was achieved through the efforts of Rotary International members from Alberta and Montana, on June 18, 1932. It was renamed the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park the same year. Both parks have been declared Biosphere Reserves by UNESCO and their union as a World Heritage Site. The two parks are administered separately and have separate entrance fees.
Zach was a nightmare all morning ...
... Park. It was very high, snowy, covered with waterfalls, and cold. It got down to 43 degrees at the top of a mountain! It was a beatuiful sight to see. We then went to lunch at a lodge in Glacier. It was yummy!!! After lunch we went to a mountian at Glacier where we were above clouds, surrounded by snow, and cold. We then started back to the RV park. Once ...