Early Thursday morning, we set out to explore Glacier National Park. We opted to partake in one of the most popular activities in the park: driving the Going-to-the-Sun road. It didn’t take long for us to see why this drive is so famous as we cruised along, winding through the Rocky Mountains and marvelling at their vastness. After hours of driving in awe (and stopping at almost every lookout turnoff), we realized we had been gradually working our way to the mountain tops! (Hence the name of the road, I suppose…) Once we made it to the top at Logan’s Pass (6,646 feet elevation), we went on a short hike to Hidden Lake to stretch our legs. We were lucky enough to see an adult mountain goat and her “kid” grazing the rocky cliffs at Mount Clement. Read More

Our Marathon Roadie to the Rockies

We began our marathon journey from Amherstburg, Ontario to Cut Bank, Montana at 6am Tuesday morning. Our first day we powered through and did 16 straight hours on the road arriving to Jamestown, North Dakota shortly after 10pm; we were pooped when we finally arrived so you may notice there were very little photos from this initial trek…

Day 2 was pleasantly shorter, totalling about 10 hours of drive time through the prairies of North Dakota and Montana. We even found time to stop by the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, ND. This park featured over 70,000 acres of badlands that have been shaped by the harsh weather that sweeps across the prairies. Read More