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Travel Blogs from Coram
... this time with lots of thunder. By now the girls woke up and we all sat in the car, where it got pretty steamy rather quickly. The storm broke right around sunset just after we had finished dinner. While D was cleaning up, I went back to the lake and waited for the clouds to clear. I think I got a few nice shots, but it would have been even more spectacular if the clouds had cleared about 20min earlier than they ...
... absolutely ridiculous but is cute nonetheless.
On the way from the trailhead to the Lodge (less than a mile) traffic was crazy, with people pulling off the road everywhere, binoculars and cameras out, and much pointing and neck-straining going on. Turns out a mother bear and her two cubs were on the opposite slope ambling around and munching on berries (presumably). I got a few pics, then ditched the madness for a late ...
... impressive, it certainly didn't compare with some of the heart stopping cliff huggers in South America. But you certainly couldn't short-change the scenery. As you ascend, making switchback after switchback the back drop just seems to get more and more dramatic. Eventually you drive clean over the continental divide at Logan Pass (6,646ft). Ironically (and sadly), Glacier only has 25 glaciers left, which is a lot less than the North Cascades which had 300! At ...
... the idea of exploring some of the 10-16 mile hikes he recommended; he helped me realize that, if I wanted to enter another dimension of the wilderness and get a more raw, deeper connection with nature, I would need to increase the distance I was willing to hike.
After moving our campsite from the west to the east side of the park called Many Glacier, we prepped ourselves for our longest hike with an easy, flat 10 mile hike out to ...
July 26, 2012
Glacier Park, Mt.
From Lincoln to Glacier, about
one-hundred-fifty miles, only took us four days to cover. Two nights
spent at the Swan Lake CG then two more at out of the way Tally Lake,
outside Whitefish. These days were received with pleasant weather, natures beauty,
biking and a little swimming. This set us up for Sunday Morning