For many travelers Kalispell, Montana serves as a base camp for enjoying the lovely outdoors. While this is absolutely true, we spent some time visiting Kalispell in the Fall, and found a lovely small town that was rich in both culture and history.
Montana. Big Sky Country. A place where the landscapes seem as endless as a child’s imagination, and their beauty goes far beyond what mere words can describe. Tucked away in the mountainous Western portion of this vast state, is The Ranch at Rock Creek. It’s a luxury vacation destination that is making it possible to enjoy the beauty and solitude of Montana in the heart of winter. I took one look at this place and I only had one question, where do I sign up?
Glacier National Park is one of the most gorgeous places on earth, so it’s only natural that a whole lot of people flock to it throughout the year. During the late spring and summer, the park’s most popular trails can be downright crowded, making it less of a magical excursion than it should be. But there are ways to avoid the crowds and see the park in peace. One way is by visiting lesser known, almost secret trails that’ll take you away from the throngs of tourists and but still let you enjoy the area’s spectacular beauty. Here are three of the best offbeat trails in Glacier National Park.
When looking for places to visit while road tripping, we often look for somewhere that is going to be a great scenic drive, or a location that offers lots of hiking and other natural activities. Occasionally though we get lucky and find a place that offers fantastic drives and the opportunity to really get in touch with Mother Nature. Glacier National Park happens to be one of those places. If you are planning a road trip anywhere near Northern Montana, make sure to include Glacier National Park in your itinerary. It’s one of the most unique National Parks in the US and easily sits near the top of my list of favorites.
The time finally came for us to kiss the USA goodbye and take our Florida to Alaska road trip across the border to visit our neighbors to the North in Canada! We clocked over 2020 miles as we drove across 3 Provinces and two US states. Our drive took us through Banff, AB, along the Alaska Highway, and ended in Tok, AK.