Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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... around the park and to the north, crossing the Canadian border and entering into Waterton Lakes National Park, which adjoins Glacier and is part of the first international peace park. It is a beautiful place and we saw a badger, a buck and doe mule deer, and a family of bighorn sheep. Again, we were able to get some wonderful pictures. Another wonderful day of an amazing ...
... was more of the same as I rode just over 100 km to the town of Pincher Creek. I booked into the very nice Sleepy Hollow Campground and had my first hot shower since Banff.
Another windy day of riding and I was at the entrance to the Waterton Lakes National Park. I'd done some reading about this while planning the trip and I was looking forward to spending a day exploring Canada's oldest National Park. However, when I got to the ...
... the border into Canada - Olivia's first foray into the land of maple syrup. We made it into Waterton National park with barely a minute to spare before the boat tour of Waterton lake departed the dock at the townsite.
The Waterton lake boat tour is a unique experience; the lake is bisected by the US-Canada border, and it is the only unmanned border crossing between the two countries. The tour heads south and it disembarks on the US side at Goat Haunt, ...
... Squirrel, and spotted a radio-collared mountain goat under a tree. Beautiful wild-flower filled meadows surrounded by snowy peaks. Then walked down the road to Oberlin Bend, for a great view down the hanging valley as the Going-to-the-Sun road descended. Spotted lots of mountain goats on the craggy cliffs opposite. Back to Logan's Pass and took the smaller shuttle down 1000 metres to the valley floor on the west side, ...
... a month long portage over the 5 falls of the Missouri River, near Great Falls, dragging the boats on makeshift roller wagons, before continuing on to the Pacific Coast. Really good explanatory film and displays; as usual, needed more time!
Then a long and very slow journey to St Mary's, due to lots of road works. Passed through Fairfield, "malted barley capital of the world ".
Montana is called Big Sky Country ...