Jacobson's Cottages

Address: 1204 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, Montana, 59434, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 1204 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, is near Sun Tours and Garnet.
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        Travel Blogs from East Glacier Park

        East Glacier – Gateway to Peace

        A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2015

        2 comments, 91 photos

        ... climb to Grinnell Glacier. Admittedly, we must have been a bit cocky from our previous “all day” hike in Canada. We thought nothing of taking on this distance along with the 1,600 foot elevation gain. Taking our time, we made good progress until we reached the “Water Hazard” section of the trail. Here, a gentle waterfall fell upon giant stepping stones that formed the pathway up the mountain. I gingerly climbed the hazard depicting ...

        Glacier, The Road to Apgar

        A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jul 20, 2015

        3 photos

        ... br> We arrived at the Nature Center in time for a ranger talk, this time about Watersheds. Zaya made a watershed by crumbling a piece of paper then folding it up. She unfolded the paper and put it on a clipboard, taping down the sides but leaving the center high like a topo map. With a highlight pen, she colored the peaks then the ranger sprayed water on top. Where the water ran the colors showed the watersheds.

        Inside the nature center, various ...

        America's Heartland

        A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jul 15, 2015

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... filled Dam. The interpretive center was interesting and had a very eclectic mix of info about the dam, local wildlife (with the the best taxidermy I have ever seen) and a direct cast model of a T-Rex found 20 miles away with a nearly complete Skeleton. They call him the Peck Rex. On the way out of town we stopped at Bergie's for homemade ice cream. Some of the best we ever had. Maple Nut ...

        Lewis and Clark

        A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 29, 2015

        3 photos

        Had long chats with friendly "Talker Stalkers" today before we left camp. Drove down a beautiful pine forest valley then across the farmland valley to Belt. Across more flat farmland and into Great Falls. First stop for lunch overlooking Rainbow Falls on the Missouri River, one of five falls (one now under the water of Rainbow Dam) at Great Falls.

        Then looked at Giant Springs - hot springs bubbling up into a green pool and ...

        A boat ride and a hike

        A travel blog entry by jdbrower on Jun 06, 2015

        15 photos

        ... amazing. Two waterfalls side by side pumping out a ton of water each. We took lots of pictures then just stood and watched them for a few minutes. It was a very popular spot so it began to get crowded, so we headed back to the boat.

        Since a lot of people walk around the lake and take the boat back they warned us that the boat might get full and they take passengers on a first come first serve basis. But they also said that if there was not space they would drive ...