Otokomi Lake in Glacier National Park is a less traveled trail, often overlooked in favor of the classics. However I personally love this trail. So much so that I hesitated for over a year to even write about it. After all, it’s kind of nice to hike on less known and less travelled trails.
If you’ve been following along with our Iceland journey, this is it, we finally made it to day 15! It was an incredible trip from start to finish, and our last full day in Iceland did not disappoint.
When we left off at the end of Day 13, we were in the middle of a gale force rain storm. But luckily Day 14 dawned with the skies clearing, and the sun trying to poke out. We were excited for a nicer day, at least for most of it since it was supposed to start raining again late in the afternoon.
When we left off at the end of Day 12, we had finally found a campground to stay at in the middle of a wicked storm. It was pouring rain, and the wind was positively howling, which always means it’s going to be hard to sleep when you’re not sure whether or not you might actually tip over inside your vehicle in the middle of the night.
When we left off at the end of Day 11, we had finally found my lost phone in the most unlikely spot possible, and we were on the road to the next location. As we drove along in the dark, the storm that had been threatening for hours finally hit. The rain and wind gusted as we searched in the dark for a spot to sleep.