Johnson's of St. Mary
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Great views in a rustic campground, close to the eastern entrance to Glacier National Park. Friendly personnel and people in the park.
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... side road is in much better condition and the stops along the shuttle seem to be much busier. There is considerable construction delays on the east side road which makes the distance seem much longer. The east side feels much more like you are up in the mountains, where the west, you are down in the valley. Beautiful (and scary) along the road over to the west past Logan ...
... will be returning here someday to see this beautiful park. As you would expect, we saw that 1 mile of the road on our side as the Rising Sun campground is at the end of it. After riding through the RV park 4 times, Ben finally picked a beautiful site with the Amphitheater Mountain and Lake St. Mary just outside our window. He already has his easel and paints ready for a sunrise plein-air painting session. ...
... and a hike to Hidden Lake - both lovely however Pete insisted on singing 'The hills are alive with the sound of music' all the way down which ruined it a bit. Then back to the hostel to relax and cook dinner. We have decided to leave Glacier tomorrow (2 days early) and start making our way over to Seattle - we are done with hiking and national parks for now and both craving some city life for a ...
... of downed trees from recent avalanches, hence the name. This trail does switchback several times and has an elevation gain of 730 feet, but it feels like more than that. Being from the east coast and living at an elevation of 659 feet above sea level and travelling to an area that is at 3,000 some odd feet of elevation you can feel it in the lungs when you begin to hike. Its harder for us to hike and deal with the thinner air. ...
... was 5 miles down a dirt road. It was only 3pm after we set up the tent, so we decided to drive into Saint Mary to go on the other side of the road that wasn’t closed. We drove along Saint Mary Lake and up to Logan Pass Visitor Centre where the Continental Divide dissected the Going To The Sun Road. There was a giant alpine meadow with many flowers, sandpapered trees and quite a few tourists. It was 22 degrees which was really warm given that we were at 2025m elevation.