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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... driver through the cliffs, rivers, and of course glaciers. At times it can be quite terrifying - the road is a narrow two way street, with jagged rocks on one side, and a steep drop on the other. The only thing protecting you from driving off the edge is a small wooden guard rail!! But the views from the drive are unbelievable! When you're up high you can see for miles along the mountain range, and when you're down low you can drive right along the ...
... door we went. A bit down the road we saw a grocery store that appeared very promising from the outside. Inside we were greeted by more interning European students! I got some water, beer, turkey, cheese, bread and a couple snacks that the kids slid into the cart and left them $80 dollars. Considering the cost of the lunch that we bailed on, I thought it was a bargain. We have a deal that no one is allowed to talk about the cost of the gas, ...
As we drove further north, hay seemed to be the predominant crop. Most of the hay has already been cut and baled into big, round bales and stored for the winter. What land wasn't growing hay had cattle grazing on it. The flat farm/ranch lands gave way to rolling hills and then we could see our first view of ...
... I managed to climb into the hollowed out shell of an old tree. The views of Avalanche Creek were beautiful as well.
Near the end of the boardwalk on the Trail of the Cedars is the junction to go onto the Avalanche Lake hike which is rated moderate and 4.5 miles roundtrip. We started this hike at 10:30 a.m. and it was really beautiful, the hike took you from Lower Avalanche Creek Gorge through more old growth forest ...
... two hikes from Avalanche Creek, so it was a good thing we got there early. We started the hike at 8am and continued past the campground and up through the dense forest. There weren’t many people on the trail yet, so we had a nice peaceful hike up to Avalanche Lake. The lake was very pretty with the morning light streaming through the mountain ridge, but unfortunately that made it bad for photos. We decided to hike along the side of the lake to the end and Steffie pointed out ...