Travel Blogs from Coram
Left Radium Hot Springs for Coram, Montana. Chilly but nice out. Rode 396 miles, a lot of it through Glacier National Park, Montana - just stunning. My mouth was open the whole ride.
My camera battery died halfway through the ride through the park..:(
There are cows roaming freely in the park, just hanging out by the sides of …
Glacier National Park is fantastic. The highway, named "Into The Sun Highway" (exactly what we were doing!), hugs the mountainside, dips into valleys and brings you up through glorious passes. It's like a 50 km scenic roller coaster ride. Wheeeee!
... road crossing but
the falls were about 0.3miles away and again involved substantial elevation
We returned to the boat
tour site for the four o’clock tour.
After haggling with the ticket salesman for awhile, we asked him if we
were going to have a good captain and he said that it would be the best because
he would be the captain on our tour.
Samuel actually was very good giving ...
... when I saw signs in English.
The path was mostly boardwalk. Odd for a mountain hike and it took me sometime to understand why the National Park Service would create such a structure in the middle of the park. Mike made us laugh requesting curly fries and soft serve ice cream as if we were visiting the Jersey shore. During our walk we passed several beautiful waterfalls, run off from the glaciers above. I realized the boardwalk was ...
... does look familiar.
We continue along the narrow road, looking down in wonder at the glacier carved valleys, spotting cascades, long horn rams and mountain goats. We stop at Logan Pass, a continental divide and the highest point on the road. There is a trail that leads to a beautiful waterfall and the wildflowers happily greet us in the breeze. We also meet some chirping Colombian ground squirrels that we learn later are hibernators and are only seen a few ...