Hiking Scalplock Lookout in Glacier National Park in the late fall turned out to be a great idea with all the fall color coming into the larches! Late season hikes are some of my favorites because there’s such a contrast going on. Down below it’s still fall with gorgeous oranges and yellows. But as you make your way upwards, well… … Read More
This hike has been on my list for as long as I can remember. It is rather a long one though, so it never seemed to happen. But I’m so glad we finally checked this on off the list because it’s stunning!
Our hike to Two Medicine Pass in Glacier National Park was nothing short of outstanding with non-stop views! Today’s adventure hiking to Two Medicine Pass in Glacier National Park began with my post about Rockwell Falls and Cobalt Lake. This particular day, we went all out and this hike ended up being around 19-21 miles! If that’s a bit over-the-top, … Read More
Cobalt Lake in Glacier National Park is a stunning destination that includes Rockwell Falls along the way! The day with hiked to Cobalt Lake in Glacier National Park was extra spectacular. The day started off with fog and snow in August, but the sun quickly came out, and the views were stunning all around.
For a gorgeous shorter hike, try adding Rockwell Falls in Glacier National Park to your list. There’s beautiful views, and of course a gorgeous waterfall as well. Rockwell Falls wasn’t our main destination for the day, but it was so magical when we got there it was definitely hard to leave. We were actually heading for Two Medicine Pass, and … Read More
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.
Maybe it’s because Tyler and I hadn’t been out hiking together in over 10 months, or maybe it was the golden larches. But in whatever it was this day was magical! We choose to hike Huckleberry Lookout specifically because it’s located in the midst of larch country.
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.