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Month: August 2016

The Highline Trail

The Highline Trail

One of the most popular hikes in Glacier National Park is the Highline Trail. You access the trailhead from the Logan Pass Visitor Center area. The trail is 15.2 miles long and gains over 1,900 feet of elevation, so it is pretty strenuous if you hike the whole trail. If you want to shorten the hike, you can hike to Haystack Pass (3.6 miles) and back (about 7 miles round trip.) Near the first part of the trail you reach…

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Two New Books

Two New Books

I am reading two new books that I thought you all might enjoy. Here is the description for The Hour of Land: “America’s national parks are breathing spaces in a world in which such spaces are steadily disappearing, which is why more than 300 million people visit the parks each year. Now Terry Tempest Williams, the author of the environmental classic Refuge and the beloved memoir When Women Were Birds, returns with The Hour of Land, a literary celebration of…

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Grinnell Glacier Hike

Grinnell Glacier Hike

If you visit Glacier National Park, the Grinnell Glacier hike is a must do! It is a moderately strenuous 11.6 mile round trip with over 1,800 feet of elevation gain. You can cut out 3.4 miles of the hike by taking two classic wood boats across Swiftcurrent Lake and Lake Josephene. Book them way ahead to get a spot. The hike opens fully towards the end of July. Otherwise, you may not be able to go all the way due…

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Summer Road Trip

Summer Road Trip

Hi everyone! We are heading towards the end of our summer road trip. Jackson, WY is next. We have been posting a lot of pictures on our Facebook page and Instagram feed, so check them out. Soon I will be posting more about walks, sights, hikes, the hotels and meals.  We have been having a blast and can not wait to do this full time. We want to walk and hike every day. Whenever we saw an Airstream in the…

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