Tag: hiking

  • Running Eagle Falls

    Trick Falls or Pitamakan Falls

    Located in the Two Medicine area of Glacier National Park, Running Eagle Falls or Trick Falls owes its name to a legend of a Blackfoot woman named Pitamakan (Running Eagle) who showed bravery and good medicine in battle. You can read all about her on an interpretive sign at the trailhead of this short, level […]

  • Cutbank Boundary Trails

    Mad Wolf Mountain

    There are a few trails that exist and are maintained, but you you won’t find them on current hiking maps. Two of those are the Mad Wolf Boundary Trail and the Cutbank Boundary Trail. These trails used to form the boundary trail that ran the entire length of the East Side of Glacier National Park, […]

  • Crossing the Finish Line

    I did it. It’s pretty surreal right now and definitely hasn’t sunk in that I’m all done with the hiking part of my project. Of course when I say, “I did it”, it’s very very misleading. There is no way you can accomplish any larger goal without support from others from vehicle shuttles, joining hikes, […]

  • Last Trip!!

    I can’t believe it’s finally here!! The last hike of them all. I’m hiking Lincoln Lake and would love to have you join me as I cross the finish line on October 15th at 2pm at the Lincoln Lake trailhead… oh and here’s a quick video. 😉

  • Apgar Village

    Apgar Village

    Sometimes it’s easier to miss something that is right under your nose. I think that the trails in close proximity to the Apgar Village fit this description. I went from being surrounded by people to walking into the woods practically by myself. I saw bear, deer, wildflowers and a wide variety of birds without walking […]

  • Logging Lake

    Logging Lake

    Drove around Polebridge to get to the Logging Lake trailhead. The trail starts at the Logging Creek Ranger Station and follows Logging Creek up past Logging Lake to Grace Lake where we camped. Very beautiful with loads of wildflowers and birds. The trail starts out very open as you wander through the burn areas, but […]

  • Maps for Trail Nerds

    All about maps with Glacier National Park and how I got to my mileage. Links below the video for some sweet source material that I’ve been using or just been enjoying. Also, check out the businesses mentioned. Check out Rocky Mountain Outfitter for great advice and gear before you head out. UPDATE: I made my […]