Blog Post: November 14, 2020

      Travel Blog: Glacier National Park by Joseph Rollins

      For this blog post I really want to let the pictures do the talking. By that I mean that I will keep the write up of my experience at Glacier National Park to a minimum. I traveled from my home in Prescott, Arizona to northwest Montana in the fall of 2020. I traveled with my wife and son, while my sister and her family of four came from California to meet us in Montana, and my brother traveled from Washington, D.C. We stayed in an Airbnb for six days.
      Our families love to hike, so that is how we spent most of our time. We learned that most of the park is closed for many months every year. By the time we arrived in early October, some areas were already shuttered due to the looming winter weather, as well as precautions taken over the Coronavirus. Our access to the eastern side of the park was limited, including the Many Glaciers area. Winter weather blocked vehicles from driving the Going to the Sun Road before Logan Pass on day three of our trip.
      Regardless of these limitations, we all had an incredible time. The waterfalls were my favorite, and the pictures below show why. So without any further ado, the pictures of Glacier National Park, Montana:

Highline Trail & Lake McDonald

Hidden Lake, Logan Pass & Jackson Glacier

Baring Falls & St. Mary Lake

St. Mary Falls & Virgina Falls

Trail of the Cedars & Avalanche Lake

McDonald Falls & Fishing with the Boys, Going to the Sun Road

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