Things to do in Glacier National Park (4 day Itinerary with kids)
Needing tips for your Glacier National Park roadtrip? My husband and I spent 4 days exploring the area with our 2 kids. Here's the top must-see spots!
Relaxing at Chico Hot Springs // Pray, Montana - Travel Daze
Relaxing at Chico Hot Springs // This beautiful resort property is tucked away in the hills of pray, Montana. Stay a couple nights in the historic hotel and relax in the hot springs pool.
Swiftcurrent Pass Trail - Hike To Swiftcurrent Pass - Glacier NP
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Tips for visiting Polebridge Montana, near Glacier National Park
Polebridge, Montana, offers off-the-beaten path adventure on the western edge of Glacier National Park. Read our tips for how to visit to Polebridge.
Quake Lake, West Yellowstone Montana
A trip to Quake Lake will teach about one of the most impressive geographic phenomenons of the west. Rivers are known for carving valleys and canyons, not for their relationships with earthquakes. However, when the two natural forces (flowing water and plate tectonics, blend, the result can be amazing. An example of that natural phenomenon lies only 25 miles from West Yellowstone at the Madison River Canyon Earthquake Area. Quake Lake slide ond the outlet of Quake Lake. you can see where the…
Cracker Lake Trail- Hike to Cracker Lake, Glacier Naitonal Park
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Going To The Sun Road Pullouts - Glacier National Park Montana
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Hike to Cracker Lake
The 6.1 mile (12.2 roundtrip), hike to Cracker Lake includes wooded forests, grand views of lakes and mountains, creek crossings, distant waterfalls, mining ruins, possible wildflowers and wildlife, and a swim in turquoise water. At 1400ft elevation gain, the trail never gets too taxing. The views and color of the unique glacier lake located at the back of a canyon is a wonderful way to get away from civilization for a night. The trail starts at the south end of the Many Glacier Hotel…