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Volume 18.2 Features:

B News: Going to the Sun

The door closes behind us with a soft swoosh as we head out with camera gear in hand. It’s 04:15 and in the east is just a slight hint of the coming day. No matter how far your look in any direction, in the distance are great mountains that appear to be mere foothills from where we stand. There is a roar in the background, a creek swollen with the winter run off rushing past and on its way to replenish the giant lake we see off in the distance. Then a Black Bear saunters on by after rummaging in the trashcan. This is a typical morning in a very magical location that is our wild heritage. This is Glacier!

Our first visit nearly three decades ago, we looked like Oakies with our station wagon and trailer in tow as we pulled into the Fish Creek Campground. We have been exploring in and around this great Nat’l Park ever since, though, not returned with the trailer for some time. We have come to treasure this less visited Park for its solitude, vastness, and sheer mountain beauty, which we’ve not found anywhere else on our adventures. And when we tell folks about it, they tend to say, “It’s on my wish list.” With the knowledge that the glaciers of Glacier National Park will be gone by 2025, waiting to visit might not be the best plan.

Glacier is a big ass park! We think of it as three parks, in part because it is the cornerstone of the Waterton-Glacier Int’l Peace Park. The Waterton Park resides in Canada requiring you to drive across the border to see the “north” side of the park (they are physically connected). Then there is Glacier itself, which is divided into two pieces by the Continental Divide, the West and East Side. We’ve explored it all by road and some by foot and none of it disappoints. And the main artery for accessing this wonderland is the world famous road, Going to the Sun. So off we trek into this magical land of critters and landscapes, fun and adventure!

Reaching Paradise Take Time