Bigfork Mountain Lake Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Because Going to the Sun Road is closed we drove Highway 2, 49, and 89 to St Mary and Many Glacier, the East entrance to to park. The drive took 2 hours and parts were beautiful. But the main event was driving into Many Glacier! It is postcard perfect! The majestic peaks, wide gushing rivers/water falls, and the serene lakes give this park the 5 stars it deserves. We hadn't driven 1/4 miles past the entrance and ...
... jam sandwiches and the beauty of this place. BTW huckleberry everything is sold here. We especially like the milkshake! The drive to Avalanche Creek trailhead takes you past McDowell Lake. Not to be diminished in anyway cuz it is magnificent. I really need some new vocabulary words to describe the beauty here. Awesome, stunning, spectacular, breathtaking....so ordinary! Just too much to take in for one day. Back at our campsite...maybe a short ...
... lead us and found Glacier National Park, a short 40 minutes away. We drove to the little tourist town of Apgar where a beautiful, mountainous lake Scene unfolded. We rushed down to the water and noticed there was a shack to rent motor boats. Before we knew it we were on the water and what a sight to behold. The kids had a wonderful time, wind blowing in the hair as Giggles floated on the choppy waves. Then we were off to lunch and ...
... our Cdn dollars. If you look on the map, we will be following Hwy #2 all the way east, until the Great Lakes. It runs just south of and parallel to the border – the more scenic route. Idaho is very narrow at its northern tip, so we soon crossed over into Montana. The closer we get to the Glacier Park, the more green/blue the rivers are becoming, similar to the waters of Lake Louise.
We stopped at a RV repair ...
... cover the distance from here to the
Ohio Valley and our homecoming sometime in early September. For me,
not knowing our route is much least concern than the anxiety that
having something of an actual deadline causes!
Oh well... such is life.... till then..
Stay well.. be kind...
btw, I forgot to mention the sighting of black bear, grizzly bear, mountain goats, mountain sheep and a wolverine! all here in the park! ...