Other than the incredible scenery and all kinds of wildlife at Glacier National Park … the high point of my recent six-day trip was meeting all the great RVers camping in everything from pop-up tent trailers (lots) to luxury motor coaches (very few). I will be writing about at least half-a-dozen RVers I bumped into in the park.
This above image of me was taken at the southern end of Lake McDonald at Apgar Village in Glacier National Park. My RVing gal-pal, Penney Sales, and I camped at Apgar Campground less than 1/4-mile from this spot. Camp sites were $20 a night.
Photo: Julianne G. Crane with Lake McDonald in the background. (Photo by Josh Autrey, one of three guys I ran into who are biking across the USA. More about them in a couple of days.)
Glacier National Park is one of nature’s jewels. A breathtaking view around every bend in the trail.
I agree that the beauty of Glacier NP is beyond compare. I had read there was a huge slide that closed the Going to the Sun Road. I guess that didn’t affect your trip.
We took some wonderful hikes. We were able to get our satellite Internet to work in a treed campground- pure luck we had an opening in the trees. And George dropped his Nikon D-70 in the water on one hike. Ouch.
Your post and photo make me want to go back for another visit!