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Grinnell Glacier Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park in Montana is a pristine and gigantic park that covers one million acres and features parts of three mountain ranges, over 130 lakes, a diverse collection of different species of plants (over...
Monica was the ranger that guided us, and she stopped several times along the way (which was great to catch our breath) and provided fantastic information about the history of the glaciers and this area of the park.
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Yellowstone River West Yellowstone
Saw wolves, bison, elk, moose, trumpeter swans, bald eagles, bighorn sheep, ducks, geese etc. Fishing in the Park is challenging but rewarding if you are willing to do a little walking away from the major road.
We highly recommend you visit this beautiful river and the valley which involves several views provided by our National Parks Service.
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Iceberg Lake Trail Glacier National Park
This year, I've been to Zion twice, Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic Park, Pinnacles National Monument, Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Glacier National.
Glacier National Park has many features such as mountains, snowfields, alpine lakes, wildlife, and beautiful wild flowers.
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Virginia Falls Glacier National Park
MUST SEE, Amazing, Best waterfall in Glacier National Park
We have been getting beat up on some long hikes in the park , and it was nice to have a relaxing smaller hike at the falls!
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Glacier National Park West Glacier
With stunning beauty, trails for all types of hikers, fun drives & multiple historic lodges this amazing park should be on everyone’s bucket list!
Favorite resource: a pocket-sized Falcon Guide of Best Easy Day Hikes in Glacier & Waterton Lakes National Parks.
Flathead Lake Polson
Lots of things to do in this area: Glacier National Park, Whitefish, Kalispell , The National Bison Range etc. Try some craft beers on the Flathead lake shores in the Flathead Lake Brewing Co, Good food too!
... with their wildlife refuge (last time I saw bighorn sheep and quite a few deer, in addition to the horses); Kalispell is up to the north along with Glacier Park; and of course all the water activities to enjoy.
Lone Peak Big Sky
From the Tram you can have a great view of The Big Couloir and more Impressive 360 degree views of three states, two national parks and dozens of peaks from 11, 166 ft but a bit difficult to reach and more difficu...
thrilling and awesome its just best and a really sky lower should visit it for shore you will be so close to the nature
Highline Trail Glacier National Park
The Highline Trail is one of the most spectacular, unique and adventurous hikes in Glacier National Park as it follows along the Continental Divide and offers dramatic and breathtaking views.
We have visited 11 national parks this summer and hiked some awesome, unforgettable trails... this highline trail tops the list!
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Bannack State Park Dillon
The park service allows visitors to enter and self tour most of the structures as you walk thru the town with a self guided tour book.
I have visited many ghost towns over the years, and Bannack is the only ghost town that even comes near to any comparison with Bodie State Historic park in the high Sierras of California.
Hidden Lake West Glacier
If you want to see breathtaking views of Glacier park, with vast landscapes and wildlife sightings ... this is the trail for you!
This was one of the busier hikes we took in the park, but the hike out was fun; seeing so many mountain goats, the 360 degree mountain views, hiking in (part way) snow (not dangerous, but wear hiking boots for bet...
Ousel Falls Trail Big Sky
The trail provides the opportunity to hike an addition 100 meters to above the falls and down a staircase to the base of the falls, with picnic tables and several areas to relax and enjoy the nature around you.
If you want a longer hike, park your car in the town center, and walk the two miles or so to the Ousel Falls trailhead.
Swiftcurrent Lake Glacier National Park
... and you will see bears moving their way across the ridge, or grab a beverage inside and just enjoy sitting alongside the serene lake and taking in the beauty of the Many Glaciers section of Glacier National Park!
There is also Swiftcurrent Lake Nature Trail (Nature trail loop around Swiftcurrent Lake, trailhead at Many Glacier Hotel).
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Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Glacier National Park
Steve's knowledge of the park, particular knowledge of the mountains from his personal climbing experience, and humorous narrative during the Red Bus tour made the day-long excursion a premier experience of the week.
Kids enjoyed playing at the little park and walking around the town, but compared to glacier it was a little too touristy for us.we did the red Canyon, kids had a great time playing in the canyon dumping the rocks...
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Gates of the Mountains Helena
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip through the Gates of the Mountains; our skipper was absolutely wonderful, he had so much information regarding history, nature and the geology of the area.
... day-trips in the state are within a 90 minute drive of the state capital, Helena: the Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park (between Three Forks and Cardwell) and The Gates of the Mountains on the Missouri River.
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Gallatin River Bozeman
The steep high limestone cliffs create a very colorful sight especially at sunrise or sunset along the Gallatin River, which has its beginning in Yellowstone Park.
... rush of the waters cascading on the way to Three Forks to meet up at nearby Missouri Headwaters State Park, where it converges with the Jefferson River and Madison River to form the Missouri River — the longes...
Beehive Basin Trail Big Sky
Feels like a hike you could only get in a national park but is only a couple of miles from the ski village of Big Sky saving lots of miles to get a great hike compared to going all the way to Yellowstone.
The only negatives about the trail are its popularity that can prevent completely enjoying the tranquility of nature, and the multitude of people who let their dogs romp around.
Mount Helena Helena
For nature lovers, the Prairie Trail offers stunning views of prairie wildflowers and cliffs that Lewis & Clark once saw.
There are many trails and entry points to this wonderful city park.The 1906 trial is an easy trail to the top.
Avalanche Lake Glacier National Park
It begins at the Trail of the Cedars Nature Trail, a flat boardwalk loop through a lovely Pacific Northwest Rain Forest and then heads uphill toward Avalanche Lake.
It’s a beautiful forest hike within Glacier National Park, with views of mountains, waterways & waterfalls.
Lake McDonald Glacier National Park
The roads and trails are well maintained and signed.There are lots of Park Rangers around to help out if needed .And the mountains, lakes, forests, and fields are all very pretty.
Crystal clear waters, incredible backdrop of the national park, sunrises and sunsets are breathtaking.
Gallatin Canyon Bozeman
The 191 south takes you directly to Hebgen Lake, West Yellowstone and the Yellowstone National Park entrance, the wolf exhibit and the bear exhibit, and at the 49 mile marker takes you west to Big Sky Ski Resort a...
The reservoir was clean and pristine with camp sites hidden between the trees where lucky campers could fish and boat and enjoy the best that nature can offer.
Palisade Falls Bozeman
We had hiked in many attractions in Billings, Yellowstone National Park and Bozeman in the last nine days.
Great for the family, to show visitors or just to get out and enjoy nature.
St. Mary Lake Glacier National Park
If you go to Glacier National Park be sure and drive the Going to the Sun road and stop at St. Mary lak and just absorb the quietness , serenity and beauty.
It is close to the St. Mary Visitor Center, which is an excellent place to get oriented to the park and a great display on the native american culture that inhabit the area.
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National Bison Range Moiese
Awesome!! Easy drive thru the park revealed bear, antelope and of course, bison.
You can drive right through herds of bison, deer, elk, antelope...EXCELLENT for nature/wildlife photographers!
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Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Missoula
Great gift shop, great employees and there's a free theater where they show nature shows and hunting techniques.
We stopped at the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation on our way to Glacier Park.
Giant Springs State Park Great Falls
What a gem!! Love this beautiful park, the fish hatchery was fascinating and the trails by the river were amazing!
... touring the Missouri River, State Capital - Helena, Missoula, Polson, Flathead Lake, Whitefish Lake, West and East Glacier we ended up home in River City Great Falls, MT and took them to Giant Springs State Park.
St. Mary Falls Glacier National Park
A park ranger led the hike, stopping to discuss the flora and fauna of the region, as well as the impact of wildfire.
It is an easy hike that boasts of spectacular views on the St. Mary side of Glacier National Park.
Two Medicine Lake Glacier National Park
After you park your car at the entrance parking lots, you may enjoy the beauty around the lake by walking on the hiking trails on the banks or up to the hillsides for exploring wild animals or plants, or rent a ka...
The bear grass was in full bloom during our visit, covering the fields and valleys in 3' high flowers with giant white blooms on top, these surround Two Medicine Lake, adding to the surreal nature of the place.
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Logan Pass Glacier National Park
The mid-point of the amazing Going to the Sun Road, perched atop the Continental Divide, Logan Pass offers entry to some of the most accessible trails in Glacier National Park, as well as a one-of-a-kind view that...
It is a beautiful and amazing drive and whether the west side is open or not, strongly recommended for anyone desiring to enjoy the fantastic mountains of Glacier Park.
Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center West Yellowstone
It’s the highly informative exhibits and the many knowledgeable scientists, who clearly love teaching about the ecology of Yellowstone National Park.
Before you drive into Lamar Valley and Hayden Valley to see the abundance of wildlife in Yellowstone National Park, including grizzly bears, black bears, buffalo and wolves, it is suggested that you visit the Griz...
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River's Edge Trail Great Falls
... rode out along the south side of the Missouri (you can see three of the 5 dams from the trail), passing by the Lewis and Clark interpretive center, and winding up at the very pleasant Giant Springs State Park.
Although I can only report on the portion I rode of this long trail, I highly recommend it if you like history, waterfalls and nature all on a paved path!