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Left Radium Hot Springs for Coram, Montana. Chilly but nice out. Rode 396 miles, a lot of it through Glacier National Park, Montana - which...is... just...stunning. My mouth was open the whole ride.
My camera battery died halfway through the ride through the park..:( I just don't think photographs would do this place justice. It would be …
Friday was out last day in the park. Going to the Sun Road had opened to Logan
Pass and the Highline Trail was now open, so we were excited to be able to do
this hike. We arrived at the Loop
shortly after 7, planning to take the shuttle to Logan Pass and hike back to
the cars. Unfortunately, most of the
shuttles were full or had limited seating.
We got four people on a shuttle, then drove the rest of us in the van ...
... we couldn't have been more happy with that breakfast. Our ride to Many Glacier was awesome. Although we'd done almost all of this drive on our way to Waterton on Monday, this time we got to see it at the start of a gorgeous sunny day. Everything looked a bit different in the soft glow of the rising sun, and we didn't mind that it was so early. One thing that hadn't changed since Monday, however, were the cows. Both on Monday and today, we would stumble upon herds of ...
... packed full, but each told us about a campground 7 miles away, Chewing Blackbones. We went to the Chewing Blackbones, located on Blackfeet land. We found that we were one of only a few campers, but the campground was clean and very secure, not to mention reasonable; $50 for full hookups.
After a night of rain, the skies cleared a bit for a beautiful sunrise. The plan was to take a picnic lunch with us, maybe do a little hiking but drive the entire Going ...
... easy when we were told that this one was wide open whereas others were still buried under snow and impassable. The trail began easily enough through some thick low elevation forests that wound around Lake Sherburne. The day before at Virginia Falls we had met a young couple from China whom we had asked to take our picture. As we walked the trail towards Cracker Lake we noticed the same Chinese couple walking behind us. Through a series of photo stops ...