Paul Ranch Montana Llc
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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
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We hiked down at a fairly fast clip and were joined by a man named Steve who was hiking alone. (In grizzly country, there is safety in numbers. Believe me, we had our bear spray at the ready!) We saw a moose and an elk by the river bank. At the bottom, we gave a whoop of accomplishment and took pictures by the trail head.
We relaxed at our site (the kids played a little Minecraft), ate dinner, and retired to our beds to ...
We moved to a different campground which was also on the east side of Glacier called Many Glacier - Rees's favorite! It was a windy, cloudy day, but we got on our bikes to ride the campground loop and look at grizzly bears on the surrounding mountains. We saw two grizzlies, way up high, on two different mountains. We also saw a mountain goat. We rode to the nearby Many Glacier Motor Inn and looked in the cute shop and Italian ...
... that the close-up views of flora, fauna, streams and waterfalls were amazing. Unfortunately, the mountains and horizon remained an opaque mystery.
With encouragement from our friends Julie and Mike, we next ventured across the Canadian border in order to visit the Waterton Lakes portion of the worlds' first International Park (the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park). Here we discovered exceptional beauty. It is no wonder that the ...
... lets get the cameras and binoculars and go ......but by the time we got there there had been too many people, so they had left. Maybe we'll come back and hike the Swift Current Trail on Monday and hunt for the elusive Moose. Oh well, regardless, dinner at the lodge was great. Picture window seat with the best view around and the bison steak was ...
... ROUGH road to the park! This is getting old, but it is the only way in.The phrase " all shook up" has new meaning. We keep looking for wildlife both in the morning and evening but haven't seen anything. It is very hot here and there are lots of humans around. We think they have all hightailed it out of here. It's really OK since we have seen bear before and we really don't want an encounter. We arrived at the ...