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    Amy Higbee completed Hidden Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee reviewed Hidden Lake Overlook

    4 months ago

    Hiked today in the morning (arrived at Logan Pass Visitors Center around 7:45 am to ensure parking). Was a bit windy, but just gorgeous. Many people on the trail, but as it is wide open, I really didn’t mind. A bit of a climb initially on the boardwalks and uphill, but very manageable with basic fitness level. We saw 21 bighorn sheep (bachelor party of all males), as well as mountain goat mom and baby- so adorable! This is a perfect hike for families. Everyone in our family loved it!

    Amy Higbee completed Hidden Lake Overlook

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Lakeshore Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Lost Lake Loop Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Point Sublime Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Artist Point Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee reviewed Lower Bertha Falls

    4 months ago

    We hiked Bertha Falls with our three teenagers. It was a fairly easy hike with manageable elevation gain. Much of the hike is through one of the burn areas from the 2017 fire, so there is very little shade. Use your sunscreen. It was actually fascinating to see the burnt trees close up, as many of them were shedding the burnt bark and still alive (I think) underneath. You can also see the views to Waterton Lake through all the burnt trees, but as there were typical summer fires in the Western states and Canada, it was a bit hazy. Lastly, the Falls themselves are really beautiful with cool diagonally sheared rocks. Note that several of the trails in Waterton are closed (or the roads that get you to the trails), so this one, being one of the few that is open, was more crowded than usual.

    Amy Higbee completed Lower Bertha Falls

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee reviewed Grinnell Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Grinnell Lake is a spectacular setting. We hiked it with our three teenagers. If you are reasonably fit, you can handle it. It is fairly flat and ended up being near 8 miles round trip. I had some trouble with distance combined with heat, but I overheat easily. The folks that said to take the north side of Lake Josephine were right. It is much more picturesque, but it is longer. The boat ride would have been a great way to shorten the hike, but we didn’t book in advance and when we got there at around 11 am, there were only 3 tickets left on the 4:30 boat. Also, know that parking is very limited and it is best to get there early. Not much wildlife, but we did see a female moose in one of the lakes from a distance and heard others say they saw a bull moose, they we never saw it. Lastly, we ate at the dining room of the Many Glaciers Hotel. Great hamburgers, nice wait staff and fairly reasonable pricing given the location.

    Amy Higbee completed Grinnell Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Bradley Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Taggart Lake Loop

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Moose Ponds Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved String Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Hidden Lake Overlook

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Cameron Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Lower Bertha Falls

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Uncle Tom's Trail

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Storm Point Loop

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Mystic Falls

    4 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved McDonald Creek Trail

    5 months ago

    Amy Higbee saved Hidden Lake Trail

    5 months ago