East Glacier Motel & Cabins
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... in 1850 there were supposed to be 150 glaciers and today there are only 25. They expect them to be gone by 2020 or 2030 depending on who you listen to. So, if you want to see these glaciers, better visit soon!
I'll let the photos speak for themselves with some description. My iPhone camera really doesn't do the park or Montana justice.
Of course, great clouds!
In the hotel and laundry calls and then, off to dinner in Kalispell!
... realize that there wasn't an exit for 90W where we had gotten off, so back an unnecessary 6 miles to get off and back to heading west again. In that brief time, I looked at map and suggested heading to the East entrance of Glacier National Park as the home base for the next couple of days. Not really knowing what to expect, I did know that the main road in GNP (Going to the Sun Road) doesn't accommodate vehicles over 21 feet. We would rely on ...
... valley. Along the way we were treated to cascading waterfalls, a big horned sheep perched perfectly along a small roadside cliff, and stunning glaciers high in the peaks. Halfway down we stopped and strapped on our hiking gear again. This time our goal was a four mile hike which led us to the St. Mary Falls and Virginia Falls. In a single day we went from the snow packed ice at the top if the pass to this trail, a dip into a ...
... views we have had thus far on the trip. And SNOW! There were steep banks of snow all along some sections of the road. Absolutely breathtaking and awesome- the whole ride. The Chief Joseph Scenic Hwy was awesome and that led us to the Beartooth Hwy. For both of us, this was a definite highlight.
Our next night was a campsite right on the Yellowstone River in Greycliff, MT. A public lands fishing access area with a few campsites and vault toilet. There was only ...
Spent day 19 driving 400 miles to Shelby, Montana where we eventually stopped for the evening in a motel when we were tired. It's weird how those sort of distances seem like a really long drive in the UK but are totally bearable here - think its because there is absolutely no traffic so driving is actually really easy. The motel we stopped at was lovely - had a jacuzzi and swimming pool for ...