Picking up once again from my last post, we’re going to spend another day exploring Many Glacier! The subject of today’s post is actually one of my very favorite hikes – Grinnell Glacier. In fact, Grinnell Glacier is on my All-time Favorite Hikes list. It also tops my day hikes in Glacier list...which only exists… Continue reading The Land of Many Glaciers – Glacier National Park, Montana (part V)
My last three Glacier posts have all been about the central section of this beautiful National Park, which is traversed by Going-to-the-Sun Road. Aside from this highway, there are only two other accessible entrances into the park (plus a couple much less accessible entrances that require long drives down unpaved roads that usually necessitate four-wheel… Continue reading Red Rocks and a Moose – Glacier National Park, Montana (part IV)
Last week, I left off at Logan Pass, an absolute highlight of Glacier National Park. Continuing on from here, Going-to-the-Sun Road drops down into the Saint Mary Valley in the eastern half of Glacier. The Saint Mary section of the park is, in my mind, the land of waterfalls. There are still mountains and lakes… Continue reading The Land of Waterfalls – Glacier National Park, Montana (part III)
When I finished my last post, we were on top of the Continental Divide at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. Logan Pass is undoubtedly the most-visited area of the park, and one look around makes it clear as to why. Logan Pass is beautiful! To the east, views extend for miles down the St.… Continue reading Monkey Flowers and Mountain Goats – Glacier National Park, Montana (part II)
Here on Handstands Around the World, I’ve decided to start off 2018 with a saga. The saga of one of my favorite places in the world: Glacier National Park. If you haven’t been to Glacier, it needs to be added to the top of your list. It’s hands-down the most beautiful national park in the… Continue reading Going to the Sun – Glacier National Park, Montana (part I)
With the end of the year rapidly approaching, it’s always a good time to look both backwards and forwards, reminiscing on the highlights of the past 12 months and building enthusiasm for what’s to come. 2017 was actually somewhat of a lackluster travel year for me. Between the crazy final few months of grad school,… Continue reading Diana’s Best of 2017!
A beautiful Christmas Eve here in New England. Remnants of yesterday's ice storm lingered on the trees, reflecting the pink and orange rays of the setting sun. Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays to those who celebrate! Diana