There is a reason Glacier National Park is considered one of the crown Jewels of the National Park Service. There's actually many reasons, including the vast untrammeled wilderness, the abundance of otherwise seemingly rare apex predators, the magnificent towering peaks too numerous to count, the pristine glacial carved valleys, the crystal clear streams and emerald colored lakes they flow into, the fresh air and endless views, the ancient ice fields and remnants of once colossal glaciers, the colorful wildflowers and better yet, delicious huckleberries that cover every hillside …
You get the idea, right? Let's just sum all this up by stating the obvious--it's friggin' beautiful here!!!
Working full time Becky and I still managed to hike close to 600 miles over a short four and a half month summer season.
Russell Wilson - #NoTime2Sleep (because there's too much to explore and too many miles to hike in this park!)