Lodge at Whitefish Lake
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... officials". Hmm. Needless to say all bear protocols were followed through this evening, including us leaving the clothes we cooked in in the bear box and the pair of us walking back to our sleeping quarters in just crocs, underwear and down jacket! What a sight! Hehe Day 11. Friday 22nd August. Tuchuck Campground to Upper Whitefish Lake. En route from Tuchuck to Red Meadow Lake we bumped into Bill, a fire lookout for Glacier Park, who rode with us for a ...
... lynx, inhabit the park. Hundreds of species of birds, more than a dozen fish species, and a few reptile and amphibian species have been documented.
We drove about 100 miles (which is a very small part of the entire park), hiked part way around Bowman Lake about 7 miles, but we only saw two young deer during our day and some chipmunks. No lion, tigers or bear!
I have included a few videos to give you a "if you were there" feel.
After a leisurely start, we hit the road around 10am. Our first destination for this leg of the trip was the National Bison Range just about an hour north of Missoula. On the way in, we saw our second bald eagle flying above the Jocko river. We also crossed under an animal bridge intended to give migrating wildlife a safer way to cross the busy road. That was kinda neat, we'd not seen one of those before.
After packing up camp this morning we jumped in the van and were on our way back towards the United States. The drive was similar to all of the other scenery in Canada, greenery at ground level surrounded by big mountains with snow. After 4 hours driving we stopped at a rest stop for a lunch break and to consume all our fruit and veg which we wouldn't be able to take across the ...
... currently popular song, "Over the Garden Wall," when one of the party remarked, "There is one wall we cannot get over," and the name was immediately applied to the ridge. The ledge is somewhat narrow but there is a cable covered with garden hose that you can hang on to The Highline Trail would begin with a 7.6 hike to Granite Park Chalet. At the beginning I was in good shape, but as time wore on, Doug wore out. See the photos for a few trail views: I was tired, ...