Then we started on the drive around Lake McDonald up the Going-To-The-Sun Road. It quickly became spectacular.
Through the mountains and into the adjacent Waterton-Glacier NP, we saw a whole different landscape.
Waterton was a quaint little tourist town that was in high season.
We also stopped at the historic Prince of Wales Hotel and looked around.
It was built in 1926-1927 and was built by an American (vs a Canadian) Railway Company. It was designated a Canadian National Historic Site in 1995.
We took the same road back to our campground through Glacier NP and got a photo of a bear.
Glacier NP is one of the highlights of our time on the road. Next time we will have to take more time here and go on a lot of hikes. This place is really worth seeing again.
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Until next time...