Where We Are, in 30 Seconds!- (Glacier National Park)

We spent 4 days in Glacier National Park in Montana, hiking a total of 35 miles.

The park was absolutely incredible, full of pristine glacial lakes, rivers and waterfalls and a plethora of flora and fauna including a grizzly bear (slightly too near our campsite for our comfort — luckily a National Park employee was camping with us that night), deer who breakfasted with us, black bears and ptarmigan on the trail, arctic and black squirrels and perhaps a marmot.

It was an amazing experience — please visit this park the very first chance you get!

Natural beauty abounded– so much that we could never express it in writing, so here’s a moment from the middle of our trek:

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2 Responses to “Where We Are, in 30 Seconds!- (Glacier National Park)”
  1. casey4peace says:

    Awesome! Frigid, but refreshing… I remember that!

    ps you need a lens cleaner!!!! 😛

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