Avalanche Lake in Glacier National Park is standby for us each year. It’s one of the first trails to open every spring, and one of the last to close in the late fall. We tend to visit this lake at least twice a year and it’s just as gorgeous every single time.
We were lucky enough to have an extra long hiking season, and we climbed mountains right into November of last year which is pretty much unheard of! Around here you're usually relegated to skis or snowshoes by October, but we definitely enjoyed the extra long fall season. It feels like forever and a day since we've stood on top of ... Read More
We couldn't have asked for a better day to hike Scenic Point in the Two Medicine area of Glacier National Park. Even though I've spent tons of time in Glacier, somehow I've never hiked in the Two Medicine region before. Many people come to Glacier every year, but only a few go out of their way to reach the Two ... Read More
I've lived my whole life in Montana, visiting Glacier National Park countless times, but it was only this last summer that I finally stopped in the Lunch Creek area, (located just after Logan's Pass on the east side). The reason for this is simple, there isn't an official trail at Lunch Creek, but this year we explored this area in ... Read More