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Where’s Chuck Today? Glacier National Park
Rise and shine and prepare
to take the “Road to the Sun” to its end.
We did not have anything specific planned except to enjoy the beautiful
drive and take a few short hikes. We
made it to Logan’s pass where we had gone the previous day and then continued
on to West Glacier. The road ...
... could get the RV to the other side of the park where we were staying that night. It was a 150 km trek for Chris and Zach including a fairly rough road for 30kms. I was going to do two hikes around Logan Pass and then catch the shuttle bus down the other side of the park and meet the boys at the campground.
On the way up on the shuttle we got off at the Trail of the Cedars which was a 1km (0.7 mile) beautiful peaceful forest walk through a very old Cedar grove which also had ...
Today was a day of rest and excess. Rob and I began in Fortine, and after a quick gas station breakfast, powered into Whitefish. We got an early start and I was here before noon. Rob continued on to West Glacier, hoping to tackle Going to the Sun road early tomorrow. I contacted my host, had a warm shower, and set about leisuring for the afternoon. Whitefish MT has much to offer the traveller, more bars than roads, ...
... we played kick the can i was behind the bench and they still couldnt find me.I also beet a boy in tether ball.But sadly it got too late. It was 10:00! So we went back.Plus tomorrow is a big day. Were gonna travel for twenty hours.And it is the beginng of our third week. Time shur does fly. - Abigail
Ps---- we're only traveling for about 8 hrs tomorrow, but this is too cute to change.... love ...
The Going to the Sun Road is considered to be one of the most beautiful drives in the entire world. It is also one of the most treacherous. For 40 or so miles the road hugs the mountains on one side and hovers over 3000 foot drop offs on the other. This provides for mountain scenery like none we have ever seen. It is hard to explain how different this road is from any other mountain pass or even any other scenic drive in the Rockies, but it is much different. Somehow the ...