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Floral Park Traverse

Floral Park Traverse

The Floral Park Traverse is probably the most well known traverse in Glacier National Park, but it’s not for the lazy or unexperienced. Gaining over 4,000 ft of elevation and descending more than 7,000 over 19 miles is well worth the views if you can find the route. Below is the video of our day […]

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Easter Weekend 2013

I’m getting antsy for hiking with all of the beautiful weather we’ve been having so my wife and I headed up to Glacier National Park again on Saturday of Easter weekend. While we didn’t see anything big (although we did see wolf, bear and moose tracks) we saw lots of beautiful scenery and loads of […]

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Avalanche Lake

Avalanche Lake

The classic Avalanche Lake hike. My guess is that it’s the most travelled hike in the park due to its length, accessibility and fantastic views. It was a rainy day, but yielded some nice wildlife. Of course the waterfalls and views were stunning as ever. Get your free “10 Insider Tips for Glacier”and a sweet […]

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Johns Lake Loop

Johns Lake Trail

The hike extending from the Sperry trailhead by Lake McDonald Lodge to the Avalanche Lake trailhead covers some fantastic lush undergrowth through the low areas of the West Glacier area. It travels past the small quiet John’s Lake and makes up part of the Johns Lake Loop which is a great short hike right off […]

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Avalanche path at Avalanche Lake

Pedaled up to the Avalanche Lake trailhead and hiked up to the lake to see what was going on and continue to get into shape for the summer. Loads of snow and the carnage of a huge avalanche! Get your free “10 Insider Tips for Glacier”and a sweet newsletter direct to your inbox, sign up […]

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