Super 8 Glacier Park/Columbia Falls
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On 14 Sept we passed back into the US, about 2500 miles or 4000 km through NW Canada in just 14 days. Mostly low-key and particularly pretty, with large distances between towns. It warmed up significantly for a few days a week ago but has been icy again since so we're still moving quickly southwards.... All those years with no winters has made us soft - we can't comprehend what it must be like here in the winter!!
... some really tight turns and no guard rail I decide to pull over for a photo op and Loyd is quickly out of sight so I went down a hill where I could see him talking to a mother and son. The view was pretty awesome. There were two white crosses overlooking the river marking where two Blackfeet Indians had their ashes scattered so that they could "fly with the wind" and enjoy the view for eternity.
... scratches on the hood and windshield, a door and on the RV.
The morning was bright and sunny, such a welcome change from the days of rain. We were so glad to be able to hike and picnic without the fear of rain.
We started our morning with breakfast at the Many Glacier Hotel. The hotel has been partly refurbished back to its 1920’s glory. More changes have yet to be made. The lobby reminded us ...
... around the southern tail of the park for our unfortunate 4 hour backtrack to get to Whitefish, MT. Here we would pick up our original route onward to Eureka Montana. After a flat tire on our trailer and getting within 15 miles of the border in Eureka, MT, we began our slow south-westerly track out of the northern woods of Montana along Lake Koocanusa. Determined to make time, we took a late swim in the ...
... or pick a less busy time of the year to see this park.
Going To The Sun Road allows park visitors access to some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the U.S., if not the world. Even though the namesake glaciers have withdrawn to mere shadows of their former selves the mountains and valleys are sights to behold.
Remember that warning earlier in the blog concerning vehicle length? Yep, some older gentleman driving a 36' ...