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McDonald Lake is the largest lake in the park. It was named after a guy named McDonald who camped out there once (before it was a Nat Park), and carved “McDonald” in a tree trunk. People started referring to the lake at McDonald Lake, and the name stuck.
So far, looks sunny, right? Well, it wasn’t long before ...
... the trade off is that bikers/hikers can enjoy the traffic-free road, at least until snow is encountered
we went for it!
it was a 10 mi trek straight up ...
... from ranger at the “back country packing” station that Kelly’s
Camp is located on the far side (north side) of Lake McDonald at the very end
of a gravel road. That is as much as we
knew and we had not seen any of the Medlicotts for over thirty years.
So off we went and located
the road. It is a narrow one lane gravel
road which goes about 1/3 the length of the 10mile long McDonald Lake. About half way ...
... quite hot you could only see them way off in the distance lying down under the shade of one of the mountains.
Next I did the famous Highline trail which is a narrow trail about 100m above the Going To The Sun Road. If you have a fear of heights this hike is not for you. There is one part where you need to hold onto a chain cable that is fixed by rock bolts into the rocks so you don’t fall off and down the mountain. 2 weeks before our shuttle driver spotted a Grizzly Bear ...
... the lunch. Then back in the truck toward Many Glacires, hitting the wild flowers at the perfect time.All of a sudden there were cars and Rangers all in the road, thought it was an accident. No Just a Grizzly Bear out for his afternoon walk. What a great sight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Went on a four mile hike to RedRock Falls thought we were going to get rained on just clouds moving by. On the way out Found yet another Grand Resort / Hotel, great timing just in time for ...