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... br> Around noon we took off for West Glacier to do some rafting. Will was sick of us so he opted out. We made it to West Glacier in half an hour or so and got checked in and ate lunch.
At 1:30 we boarded the bus and drove upstream a few miles. We were in a small raft with 1 other guy from Chicago and Sam the guide. The Flathead river was really exceptionally beautiful. The rafting was pretty easy but the rafting trip ...
... our timing on the Farmers' Market, the same could not be said of day 1 weather in GNP. The 'Going to the Sun Road', the only route across GNP (52 miles), was a complete misnomer; it was miserable day with intermittent rain and low lying cloud that was a bit of a shame as the road itself would have been spectacular with full visibility. That said, the weather didn't make the trip any less hairy; the road climbs steeply across the Continental ...
... t be any glaciers left by 2030. We were on a road called Going-to-the-Sun Road. It was a beautiful, nail-biting road to drive. Very narrow and curvy. Several times Dad asked by how much we were clearing the hanging cliffs. There was a lot of traffic in the park today so meeting cars added to the stress. Still, well worth the drive. Absolutely beautiful, breath-taking views even with the clouds. Glacier National Park is full of beautiful lakes and ...
... the continental divide is the much talked about, much anticipated 'Going-To-The-Sun' road. It did not disappoint. It climbs and winds and affords the onlooker unsurpassed vistas. (warning: if peering down from the Empire State Building makes you weak in the knees, this will challenge your senses-especially the no guard rail motif!)
... because it is very narrow with steep drop offs in places. (Definitely not for you mother!) The drive itself is only 50 miles in length but can take most of the day because there are so many places to stop to admire the scenery. We stopped a few times and it was still an interesting drive but close to the top we really could only see a few metres ahead and the mountain peaks were lost in the misty rain. On the way down the weather cleared a little and and we were able to get ...