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Glacier National Park

Ultimate Road Trips: 6 Days In The Northern Rockies

This post is part of the ongoing “Ultimate Road Trip” series. To read more about the places visited or the experiences had, simply click on the post description below. Cheers! Earlier this year, I finally checked-off a bucket-list item that I’ve been waiting for years to get to: The Northern Rocky Mountains. Consulting only a […]

Review: Holiday Inn Express & Suites Kalispell

After an epic day in which I woke up in Canada, got evacuated from a forest fire in Waterton Lakes National Park, visited Many Glacier, the “Going-to-the-Sun” Road, and Two Medicine, it was finally time to hit the hay on the western side of Glacier National Park. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Kalispell: The Location: […]

Visiting Two Medicine and East Glacier in Glacier National Park

Two Medicine is one of the oldest developed parts of Glacier National Park. Before the “Going to the Sun” road was completed, Two Medicine was the most visited part of Glacier National Park. The Blackfeet Nation: Notably, the eastern part of the park, including Many Glacier and Two Medicine, is considered a sacred place to […]

Driving the “Going-to-the-Sun” Road in Glacier National Park, Forest Fire Edition

Up to this point, it had been a surprisingly eventful day to say the least; from having been evacuated from a massive forest fire in Waterton Lakes National Park to happening upon the unexpectedly awesome region of Glacier National Park called Many Glacier. Even so, driving the infamous “Going-to-the-Sun” road was supposed to be one […]

Driving To Many Glacier in Glacier National Park

As the wildfires raged on in Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada, I was forced – along with all the other tourists – to evacuate the park. The fires had gone from bad to worse in a very short period of time. I had to alter my road-trip plans to drive back to the United […]

Waterton Lakes National Park, Forest Fire Edition (Alberta, Canada)

I awoke early in Pincher Creek, inhaled my free breakfast, then drove 35 minutes south to the final Canadian National Park on my epic Parks Canada Discovery Pass tour, Waterton Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Welcome to Waterton Lakes National Park: “We’re Closed” By the time I arrived into the park, the entire park was […]