Super 8 Glacier Park/Columbia Falls
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... between the U.S. and Canada.
On the way to Waterton, we plan on stopping at Many Glacier, which is part of Glacier Nat’l Park. We want to check that out, since we didn’t have a chance to do so, and it’s on our way.
We won’t have wifi for the next few days, so I’ll have to catch up when we leave Waterton on ...
... I would like this hike.
There was a fast moving river/stream along side the trail and it had literally carved its way through the rocks. Pretty damn cool looking.
There were a lot of uphill sections along the way that really take the wind out of you if you are not in the best of shape. So needless to say, we had a lot of rest stops to take in the scenery.
The trail itself was ...
... your were a sponge, and the big days will go uncounted. You will find yourself in the midst of what you are sure to say is the best care-killing scenery on the continent - beautiful lakes derived straight from glaciers, lofty mountains steeped in ...
... and playing with his two grandchildren. We had our lunch and relaxed on the shores of the freezing cold lake along with about 15 other people. We could see some mountain goats in the distance and the ranger said a black bear had been sighted near the toilets about 1 hour before we got there.
On the way back to the campsite we stopped at Park café again to get one of their world famous pies. Chris had been dreaming about their Huckleberry Blueberry pie almost the entire ...
... exhibits on all floors. Don’t know how much
it cost, but based on the remoteness of the location, the volume of visitors
must be very small in relation to the investment.
The trip went smoothly
until we arrived at the US border.
Traffic was backed up and moving very slowly through customs. It took us 1.5 hours to get through and with
no hassle ...