Granite Park Chalet

December 19, 2014  |  Vacation  |  No Comments

Half Way! and Lunch time.. at the very historic Granite park Chalet. On this day the clouds were moving in and we considered cutting the hike short due to weather conditions. Our next couple miles were up and over swift current pass and with rain and what not, that could be a problem..we pressed on..

 

its getting dark out as we arrive at the Chalet

its getting dark out as we arrive at the Chalet

 

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Bunk House near the Chalet

 

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Info Center in the Chalet

 

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Rain is very light as I look back on one of the switchbacks on Swift current

Rain is very light as I look back on one of the switchbacks on Swift current

What did we eat?

12/18/2014  |  1 Comment

Well, Lots of good stuff! Dacat and I got over to Hoovers cooking!        

Ran into some Big horn

12/17/2014  |  No Comments

We were almost to Granite Park Chalet for lunch on the High Line Trail and we ran into some Big... more

Into the Clouds

12/16/2014  |  No Comments

For the first half of the trail it did not really outright rain, and it looked as if it might... more

High Line Trail

12/15/2014  |  1 Comment

Jen, Her Bother Jimmy and I took off on the High Line Trail..15 or so miles up and over Swift... more

Alpine Cottage

12/12/2014  |  2 Comments

We used Home Away to find accommodations in Glacier National park.. its a great service and finds houses to rent... more

What did we eat?

12/11/2014  |  No Comments

Shots from Work, its usually tough to pick something.. they do a great job there!                    

Two Medicine

12/10/2014  |  No Comments

After the hike we took the long way around back to West Glacier and exited South to Two Medicine lake... more

Mountain Views

12/09/2014  |  1 Comment

The Trail walked almost straight west from the Eastern edge of the park.. it offered commanding views!        

The Trail Ascends

12/08/2014  |  1 Comment

We kept moving up through the burn area.. Dense stands of dead trees was eerie as we walked..