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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... Lake a few days before). So we continued east beyond the pass, towards St Mary. Shortly after the pass however, we hit LOTS of road construction where the road was reduced to a single lane gravel road in several locations. The most disappointing aspect of this was that one of the most popular overlooks was closed. I tried scoping out a way to reach the spot, but there wasn’t a way to get there without walking through ...
... due to bear activity there. We could see a bear down at the lake but it really just looked like a moving brown dot.
Also, on the trail were many mountain goats eating right off the path. Their horns appeared to be very sharp, but the must be a little used to people because they would not move unless someone got too close. Even though there was still a little snow around, there were many beautiful flowers and waterfalls to see.
... through the centre of the tent. The camp hosts offered ear plugs which we gratefully accepted. Whitefish was a very touristy place with some great restaurants and gift shops along the main street. We had some great pizza and a local micro brewery beer to wash it down. met some lovely Aussie ladies from Melbourne while late night grocery shopping in Safeway. Tomorrow we tackle The Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National ...
... for themselves. We were fascinated by the clouds that hung around the tops of the mountains and looked like cotton blankets laid over the tops with wispy edges. We crossed the Continental Divide at Logan Pass, elevation 6,634 ft. From Logan Pass we headed out of the park and into Browning on the Blackfoot Indian Reservation and from there, a couple of hours drive south to Helena, Montana.
... at the top of the mountain pass: standing there in the biting wind and cold rain, we realised that packing mainly shorts and vests was probably a mistake.
We finally made it to the KOA campground on the western edge of the park. John, Rachel and I managed to cook fajitas for the group before the heavens opened again. Luckily, this KOA was equipped with an enormous hot tub. It’s not difficult to guess where we spent the entire ...