Super 8 Glacier Park/Columbia Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Columbia Falls
... day whilst in the park I saw my first Bear! He was up a Huckleberry tree eating. Very cute. We also saw white mountain goats who Bav loved.
we enjoyed evenings sat by the fire in McDonald Lodge, this is a great venue and I would recommend it to anyone to stay.
We loved it here so much we extended our stay for a few days, it also gave us time to get a few minor repairs done on the RV. Now off to Yellowstone.... To see Yogi Bear! ...
... you when you roll into your garage.
You also spend a lot of time planning the next leg of your trip. Between atlases, road maps, RV campground directories, mileage guides, a computer and an I-Pad and online RV park reviews, you load down your small table with resources as you make your decisions about routes and accommodations. Which route offers the best roads, most accessible diesel fuel stops, and least construction?
... our food and throwing out stuff we've learned we can't take across the border, like fresh produce or fresh vegetables. We know we'll face the same sorts of rules when we come back the other way! Nancy's trying to be very inventive and cook up things we can freeze, as frozen items are apparently okay.
At any rate, we should be in the Banff / Lake Louise area for a week, and back in the USA about 11 Aug. Canada will be different!
... 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 ...
... however, continually engaging in exchanges about where each of us was from and going. Their English wasn't stellar, but proficient enough to have some friendly conversation. Their presence made the 1,400 ft. climb up to Cracker Lake seem like a breeze as we sauntered along. The trail followed a river running through a glacial valley covered in berry bushes and low shrubs, prime Grizzly habitat. As the trail rises it eventually leads to an opened ...